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James Timms – “The Show”

Country: UK

Genre: Alt Rock

From the Artist: “James is an emerging artist from South Wales (UK). Whilst his huge voice is a constant, he regularly reinvents his sound and moves fluidly from genre to genre. ” 


The Highateus – “FUXEDO”

Country: US

Genre: Alt Rock

From the Artist: “Title track of the third album from Louisville, KY’s own HighAteUs: Ruthless Bastards out to wreck some programs with tongue firmly in cheek. To be released 4/15/2022.”


Rai Kah Mercury – “Make Believe”

Country: UK

Genre: Indie Rock

From the Artist: “Recorded at Black Bay Studios in the Outer Hebrides, Make Believe is a compelling tale of love and loss. As part of a larger body of work, “Make Believe” serves as a bouncing introduction to the guitar and piano driven character of a matured Rai Kah Mercury, which will be followed by a stream of exciting live show announcements, and further releases. The four-piece rock outfit is fronted by Tomás Pádraig Crean on vocals and guitar, Nathan De Giorgi on Keyboard and Synthesiser, Reece Aston Schaefer on Bass, and Joshua Anthony Lowe on drums.”


Baby O – “N.G.B.”

Country: Canada

Genre: Indie Pop

From the Artist: “Olivia Pasqueralli, a.k.a. Baby O, is a Toronto-based queer musician. So far, she has released a handful of singles such as “Love Letter,” “Fast Lane,” and “29,” which have garnered attention from CBC Music and Exclaim! Now, she’s back with her feel-good anthem, “N.G.B.,” written about her experience growing up queer in an Italian-Canadian Catholic family. It’s a playful and proud song for folks who might be experiencing a lot of self-doubt or are uncertain about their future. ” 


Strawberry Cough – “My Song 19”

Country: US

Genre: Indie Rock

From the Artist:  “A Strokes-inspired indie rock song with a powerful, driving drum/bass groove and crisp, slightly overdriven rhythm guitars that transitions to a shoegazey bridge. The song comes full circle and returns to the main rhythm guitar part to end with a dynamic dual guitar solo. The lyrics are meaningful and deeply personal, which provides a great juxtaposition to the more upbeat nature of the song. The song was produced/co-written by two of the most well-established musicians in the Salt Lake City music scene, giving it that signature Salt Lake City sound.”


The Sylvia Platters – “Pristine Disarray”

Country: Canada

Genre: Indie Pop

From the Artist: “I really wanted to write something that captures the feeling of an imploding Bible study,” says lead vocalist Nick Ubels. “Those seasick chord movements and terse rhythm section suggest that familiar sense of disorientation. What are we holding onto so tightly here?” “Pristine Disarray” is the first track to feature Stephen Carl O’Shea on bass. The track was completed last summer under producer Jordan Koop’s expert production at The Noise Floor on Gabriola Island.”


Findlay – “Ride”

Country: UK

Genre: Indie Rock

From the Artist: “I wrote this song coming out of the last lockdown, there was one incredibly sunny day that inspired me, everyone was back out in the parks, drinking beer, being together again, there was a feeling of hope and joy, people could be closer than six feet apart and everyone had a lot of stored up love to share. I hadn’t seen my friends in California for years and it was a pretty spontaneous decision to pack a bag, throw in my camcorder and leave for Los Angeles, then we rode around California for a week, exploring the deserts and the beaches and drinking margaritas until we couldn’t walk”


Jenny Berkel – “Lavender City”

Country: Canada

Genre: Folk

From the Artist: “Written about a summer relationship that took place in a city with little gardens everywhere, “Lavender City” intimately examines lies. A breakup song with crescendoing strings, insistent percussion and hopeful harmonies, it’s about gaining the capacity to see clearly again – but with the painful entailment of anatomizing the lies that drew you in. “


Till Morninglight – “Lights Out”

Country: Belgium

Genre: Garage Rock

From the Artist: “Belgian garage rock duo Till Morninglight is here with their first EP. They make no nonsense rock n roll, without bells and whistles. Slick production or autotune will not be found, only two guys with instruments and a microphone. Nothing complicated and yet everything is catchy and memorable. The recipe: a guitar, a drum kit, good riffs and captivating lyrics. The music is simple and to the point, just as the chosen title: 18’12” (the length of the EP). Also interesting is that each song comes with their own DIY video!”


Sam Brace – “Partly Coded”

Country: UK

Genre: Indie Rock

From the Artist: “Partly Coded is about losing the person you’re closest to… And then getting them back again by letting go of a bunch of things you’d wrongly thought were important to your identity. The song is also a reminder never to close yourself off to the possibility of change, however painful it might seem.” 


Altameda – “Sweet Susie”

Country: Canada

Genre: Indie Folk

From the Artist: “Soulful focus track, “Sweet Susie,” for instance, wrestles with powers that lay beyond our control before eventually finding peace in making the most of what little we actually can dictate. “You can blame it” on all the cold clouds above,” Snaterse sings atop a slow burning groove. “Through the hate you’ve gotta find love.”


Ten Kills The Pack – “Honestly, Fuck You”

Country: Canada

Genre: Indie Folk

From the Artist: “The song is a swirling accumulation of situations and feelings from the road that rolled through my head when I started writing while driving home one night. Within the weight of these moments that needed to be laughed at or faced, the song’s point of gravity is a personal story of a relationship ending thousands of miles from home while trying to get through a deteriorating stomach lining issue from alcohol and anxiety. When I say this all out loud it definitely sounds a bit dark, but this song really is just a long winded and funny way of saying ‘thank you’ to those friends who get you through it, when it truly feels like you can’t.”


Winona Forever – “Never Enuff”

Country: Canada

Genre: Indie Pop

From the Artist: “Never Enuff was written by Ben during a daily songwriting experiment. At the time, the band was listening to lots of 70’s pop music, switching up instruments a bit and writing piano parts for the first time. The inspiration is basically 70’s pop songwriting, that leans on the warm bark of a Wurlitzer.” 


Les Cooper – “Best Of You”

Country: Canada

Genre: Indie Rock

From the Artist: “Conceived in a parking lot ahead of a therapy session, “Best Of You” is a somber and searching piece of downtempo indie which weaves layers of keys, vocals, and guitars amid a desire to feel secure: “And the world pulls you ‘round, and the sky holds you down to the ground.”