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Racyne Parker with The Low Coals – “Feel It Now”

Country: US

Genre: Indie Rock

From the Artist: “Feel It Now” touches on “themes of keeping depression and anxiety at bay and finding moments of clarity in the midst of spinning out – all of this, framed in the context of a night out,” the band explains. Despite the heavy subject matter, there is an air of badassery to the production style, as if to mirror the pull of over-indulgence. Wood reckons it’s the perfect song to listen when “doing something extreme,” adding, “or you might just turn this one up loud and yell along in your car on your way to work.”


The Big Sway – “Almost Home”

Country: US

Genre: Alt Rock

From the Artist: ” This hard-driving, heart-rate-boosting romp of a song was recorded in Boston at The Record Co. and legendary Q Division Studios. It was mastered by Bob Weston at Chicago Mastering Services. The music video, which features wild stop motion imagery, was created by Damon Bishop of Hambone Industries.”


Dixie’s List – “Drinking In The Kitchen”

Country: Sweden

Genre: Indie Rock

From the Artist: “Dixies List bound out of their native Stockholm and launch themselves into international eardrums with “Drinking In The Kitchen”, a swaggering guitar pop cut that pairs Smiths-esque jangle pop with the frustrated grit that comes from coming of age in an era of pandemic, international conflict, and climate crisis. Singer/guitarist Valle Hedlund explains, “my lyrics are usually based on experiences and observations from my surroundings in the nightlife of Stockholm but as the pandemic broke out and we weren’t allowed to roam the streets as usual I had to gather inspiration elsewhere, looking inwards. ‘Drinking in the kitchen’ is about one of the small at-home gatherings that tried to fill the void the dancefloors left behind.”


Jane Leo – “Borderline”

Country: US

Genre: Indie Rock

From the Artist: “Building on the raucous energy and positive reception of their first two singles, Jane Leo bust out with their latest track “Borderline”, showcasing the swagger and edge of their alternative pop, rock-infused sound. Releasing on March 30th, the track features the gritty vocals of Jane Ellen Bryant fused with the angular guitar work and braggadocious vocals of Daniel Leopold filtered through a dash of dark-pop production from Danny Reisch (producer for White Denim, Tele Novella, Pure X, Other Lives).”


JD Casper – “The News”

Country: US

Genre: Indie Folk

From the Artist: “This song is about our lying, cheating, fear filled main stream media. They want us to think the world is ending, and maybe it is. But I can’t change it. So I’m just gonna smile while I’m here.” 


HAZMAT – “Stay Away”

Country: UK

Genre: Rock

From the Artist: “STAY AWAY is the 2nd single to be release from HAZMAT under Anvil Records. This release is 7 days before a major HEADLINE show in Manchester UK, at Club Academy (08/04/2022)” 


Too Early To Tell – “Me vs. Myself”

Country: US

Genre: Indie Rock

From the Artist: “This song is a rumination on the person we become after going through lifes trials and tribulations. Who we were before, who we are now, and who we will be later. The lyrics reflect a conversation between one half of the writer (me) that thinks everything is ok and one half that says we’re all doomed. The song’s structure, chord progressions, vocal melodies and arrangements were influenced by Nirvana, King Crimson, Radiohead and My Bloody Valentine.”


Cam Maclean – “Visions”

Country: Canada

Genre: Singer-Songwriter

From the Artist: “Visions is the fifth single from Cam Maclean’s second, upcoming record “Secret Verses,” which is produced by Rollie Pemberton (Cadence Weapon)”


Big Orange – “Love’s Not Enough”

Country: Australia

Genre: Indie Pop

From the Artist: “‘Love’s Not Enough’ gets straight to the point, as a rapid trance of recurrent electric guitar riffs and an addictively relentless beat dominates the senses. Davis’ vocals emerge from a time decades past, resonating with an echoing intensity that peaks in the chorus alongside synthesised specks of nostalgic indie-pop in the form of flying synths and running percussion.”


Cassidy Mann – “Tropical Sour Candy”

Country: Canada

Genre: Indie Pop

From the Artist: “While processing one particular breakup, she remembers sitting on her bed and eating the same sour candy she once shared with the person she missed. When she discovered the metaphor – “this thing that seems sweet, but also physically hurts you if you have too much,” as she describes it – the reminiscent song “Tropical Sour Candy” emerged.”


Mount Forel – “The Hum”

Country: UK

Genre: Alt Rock

From the Artist: “The hum has been freaking Bristol out and we’re sharing that energy with the rest of you. Because we (humans) can’t relate to low frequencies, and in particular where they emanate from, there may be multiple reasons why the people of Bristol hear the hum. They think it’s a shared phenomenon but it could come from all sorts of places: internal or external. The video flicks through images representing theory after theory as to its source at a fast pace, yet with no answers, echoing the frustration of the people experiencing it”


Marc Valentine – “Last Train Tonight”

Country: UK

Genre: Alt Rock

From the Artist: “Debut solo single from Marc Valentine frontman of the glam punk/power pop survivors, Last Great Dreamers.”


Orochen – “Iron Gates”

Country: Sweden

Genre: Americana

From the Artist: “Joined by Jonas Stålhammar (At the Gates, Lurking Fear, ex. Crippled Black Phoenix) Orochen brings the tempo down and paints the bigger picture. Iron Gates is derived from the corona lockdown in 2020 where people were isolated in their homes and mental illness was a growing fact throughout society. It tries to comprehend where the darkness comes from and how to avoid it.”