New tunes for your earholes! Have a listen to these 8 tracks and let us know which ones you’re diggin’ most.

42 King – “Don’t See Why Not”

Kicking things off with 42 King, and “Don’t See Why Not”.This one’s a head-bopper. Great garage-y post-punk that was tracked and mixed straight to tape. 

Like A Motorcycle – “Wide Awake”

Like A Motorcycle is a Canadian band that just released a great indie rock song, “Wide Awake” – love the vocals, and the driving force of it.

Strange Birds – “Nothing Dies”

This song definitely has a Radiohead feel to it, with a bit of Muse for good measure. But they’ve managed to make it all their own somehow, and the end result is fantastic.

The Exits – “Wear Me Down”

Here’s a new track from Brooklyn-based band, The Exits. I’ll use their own description of the song here, because it’s perfect: “Screaming guitar is generally my preferred way of representing a train wreck relationship.” Give it a listen! 

CHOUT – “Solar Sexual”

If you like Alice in Chains, STP, and other 90’s rock/grunge (as anyone who knows me knows I do. A lot), you’ll like this track – it’s a throwback in a great way.

Brett Copeland – “Lasso The Stars”

Brett Copeland’s latest song features Ramon Blanco (Grandson), Daniel Curcio (Palaye Royale), and Richard Bradley (Dead Posey), and was recorded at Matt Sorum’s home studio. So it’s not coincidence that you can hear some Velvet Revolver similarities. Give it a spin! 

Two Car Train – “Gone Away”

This song from Vancouver’s Two Car Train fuses 80s synth, great vocal hooks, and killer guitar riffs. If you like it, stay tuned for their upcoming album, Off The Rails!

The Blues and Greys – Mayday

We’re closing out this week’s list with “Mayday” by The Blues and Greys. Mellow vocals, great indie pop energy… this tune is perfect for spring!


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