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The Habits – “Don’t Need A Hero”

Country: US

Genre: Indie Pop

From the Artist: “The Habits teamed up with American Authors’ Dave Rublin to write “Don’t Need A Hero.” New EP coming this Summer!”


The Mars McClanes – “Riddle”

Country: US

Genre: Pop Rock

From the Artist:  “We played ‘Riddle’ at our first show ever—Club Dada in Deep Ellum,” smiles Corley. “I think the song made it onto every setlist after that.” Recently, the band flew to Nashville and added “Riddle” to the recording sessions.” 


Warm Demander – “Osaka”

Country: US

Genre: Alt Rock

From the Artist: “Osaka is a pure, uncut blast of 90’s alternative rock.”


To Begin Anew – “The Victory”

Country: US

Genre: Alt Rock

From the Artist: “To Begin Anew was born January of 2020 when brothers Cody Boyette and Casey Wagner began writing music together which was second nature because of the brothers’ long history of being involved in music together. Cody and Casey began seeking out musicians of similar backgrounds and interests to join the inspiring band members. Cody and Casey ultimately recruited Shane Noren and Chris Vance to accompany them and form the final lineup of To Begin Anew. To Begin Anew quickly created a unique and dynamic sound for their area and began writing songs that were melodic, powerful, and full of energy. To Begin Anew writes songs that always has a message to give or an emotion to feel.”


Lipstk – “What Isn’t Yours”

Country: US

Genre: Alt Rock

From the Artist: “This song is about watching a lover drift away and acknowledging it’s what is best for them. It’s also about coming to terms with my own short comings and honestly wanting to improve myself.”


Kevin Casey – “Corridors”

Country: Ireland

Genre: Indie Rock

From the Artist: “Dublin rock musician Kevin Casey is a long standing regular in the live music circuit in Ireland. Having gigged extensively across the country including performances in some of Dublin’s premier venues like Vicar Street and The Olympia as well as shows in Germany, UK and the USA. Kevin and his band have left his audience in no doubt that they are witnessing the birth of an artist of striking maturity and Intelligence, someone who can craft Beatlesque pop and all-out rockers with equal aplomb.” 


The Uncle Steves – “The Daydream Lover”

Country: US

Genre: Alt Rock

From the Artist: “The song was recorded during a bad breakup, the lyrics play with the idea that it’s a bad dream. The music gives a My Bloody Valentine or Jesus Mary Chain meets Helter Skelter. Every part was recorded by Chris Picciuolo, the sole musician in The Uncle Steves. The drums are relentless, the guitar is heavy, and the organ comes in and compliments the mood.” 


Red Light Acid Test – “Stooge”

Country: UK

Genre: Alt Rock

From the Artist: “When the co-dependency of a friendship turns toxic, where do you draw the line before it drags you under? You risk the energy drain eventually burying both of you… leaving you as the Stooge. Red Light Acid Test’s Stooge echoes the late and great Mark Lanegan in the Screaming Trees, the doom of Black Sabbath, all wrapped up in a taut post-punk rhythm.”


Under Starling – “Mongrel”

Country: Ireland

Genre: Alt Rock

From the Artist: “The opening chant “I’m right at the door” ingrains the idea of being on the doorstep of your dreams but not welcome inside. Throughout the narrative, Danny is in a constant battle between confidence and self-doubt. In one instance, he says “when you feel in your bones that your time has come”, he is certain of his destiny. Whereas the essence of negativity is evident in “nothing came out of blood sweat and tears”.


The Ramshackles – “Which Day Is Today?”

Country: UK

Genre: Alt Rock

From the Artist: “A slice of joyous slacker rock n roll written by our guitarist about just not wanting to do much and not evening knowing what day it is.” 


RUHMER – “Comma”

Country: Austria

Genre: Indie Rock

From the Artist: “How am I? Not an easy question – not a question one asks frequently. Even less so for all the notorious people-pleaser out there. But with Comma. RUHMER makes our lives a whole lot easier. Just say no. Period. Those who manage to say this little word out loud, know how damn good it feels. “COMMA.” will arrive with RUHMERs EP “RING THE CHANGES”, which creates an absolutely intense and energetic sound somewhere between Arctic Monkeys and Jack White.”


Joy Killed The Duke – “Alone Time”

Country: Netherlands

Genre: Indie Rock

From the Artist: “You know that time when we we’re all in lockdown because of the corona pandemic. Well, we all (at some point) just started wondering why we need the stuff we need? Do I really only work for this stupid house I live in? Is this all I’m doing? And then just avoid that void and start picking up some random hobby for the next few days just so you can escape your own mind. This song is about confronting your mind when you have too much alone time.” 


Lake Notion – “It’s Complicated, Always”

Country: Latvia

Genre: Indie Rock

From the Artist: “This song is about internal changes and emotional and mental awakening.” 


Barbacoa – “Not An Echo”

Country: US

Genre: Alt Rock

From the Artist: “Coming off the heels of our ‘Ghosts’ single (released in February 2022), which was very personal and somewhat somber in storyline, we knew we wanted to bang the doors off on the next single. I’m pretty sure ‘Not an Echo’ does just that and more. Joel (Grant) and I said from the beginning this song was going to go hard from start to finish and I think we delivered. Musically, Joel created a soundscape that is relentless in the best ways imaginable. He really made this song as big as we wanted it to be but with some nuances that shape it together. Lyrically it tells a story of someone on the run and trying to get in touch with someone, but things feel weird. The energy of the music made me feel anxious in a good way and that is the story it evoked. The verse is punchy, and the chorus is the kind of rock and roll that gets you dancing. It has a raw vibe to it and the energy never quits. We’re proud of this one and we hope everyone digs it. “


Beige Banquet – “Export/Additive”

Country: UK

Genre: Post-Punk

From the Artist: “On Thursday 28th April 2022, BEIGE BANQUET return with their new live album, ‘LIVE! LIVE! LIVE!’, which was recorded entirely live and without overdubs at the Act Cool Records studio in January 2022. It’s the first full-band recording and captures the high-energy, high-volume live sound that has become a feature of the band’s output. Limited edition cassettes will be available via Just Step Sideways Records. ‘Export / Additive’, the first single from the live album, is out now on all streaming platforms.”


Mike Edel – “casseroles & flowers”

Country: Canada

Genre: Indie Folk

From the Artist: “In times of the greatest joy and the greatest sorrow, casseroles & flowers are icons of love and sympathy. Edel suffered a stroke on tour in April 2021, and has rehabbed back to make his full-length self-production debut ‘casseroles & flowers’ out July 22nd, 2022 leading with the title track” 


Polyplastic – “Talk to Me”

Country: US

Genre: Alt Rock

From the Artist: “Talk to Me is a post punk inspired New Order style danceable song featuring guitars and bass and minimal synths as well. The song dwells on what isolation feels like when everyone has to experience it yet you still enjoy it’s darkness.”


St. Francis – “These Days”

Country: Ireland

Genre: Indie Rock

From the Artist: “These Days is an important song for us, not just because of the meaning and arrangement, but because it was the first time we got to be a band in the studio. Forming just before the pandemic meant we had to wait a little longer to really show what St. Francis is about, and we can’t wait for people to finally hear that”