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The A61s – “Take Me Away”

Country: UK

Genre: Indie Rock

From the Artist: “This song opens as an atmospheric moody song about the toxicity of friendship before kicking in with a rocking guitar solo to an angry song full of teenage angst.”


Franciscan Honey – “Franciscan Honey”

Country: US

Genre: Indie Rock

From the Artist: “A secluded recording project – not quite a solo project, not quite a band. Recorded with the intent of creating the most live, full sound possible given the circumstance. Krautrock and post-rock inspired, the songs are formatted more like short stories in their structure.”


Ruby Sparks – “High & Dry”

Country: US

Genre: Indie Rock

From the Artist:  “High & Dry is the second single off Ruby Sparks’ forthcoming California Honey EP. A maximalist riff-rock epic full of stacked harmonies, the song is an angst-fueled release of ongoing American neoliberal failure. Lead singer, Jake Sternberg’s lyrics capture the growing frustrations of aging millennial helplessness with a literal delivery emphasizing the nature of our bleak reality. The song’s sharp outro shifts from exhaustion to driving action that urges listeners to use their voices to call out injustice everywhere and help fight for a more equitable society. A bodacious dance groove swells into a triumphant climax – emphasizing the euphoria found by taking direct actions. “


Idler Wheel – “Matches”

Country: US

Genre: Post-Punk

From the Artist: “Combining the tightly coiled energy of Interpol with the muscular shoe gaze of Swervedriver, Idler Wheel’s “Matches” ignites a blast of propulsive, melodic post-punk that races towards a rapturous finish.” 


Pharmacy Keys – “Grandpa Fight”

Country: US

Genre: Garage Rock

From the Artist: I remember being young and other kids saying “I’ll get my older brother to beat you up,” or “My dad could beat up your dad.” It was written with the intention of poking fun at absurd masculinity in an absurd way. Definitely a shot at affluent entitlement as well.”


trout baseline – “Codependent”

Country: US

Genre: Indie Rock

From the Artist: “”Codependent” is a song about the emptiness one feels after meaningless and shallow dates found on dating and hookup apps. It features acoustic guitar, piano, a thumpy rhythm section, tele-twang leads, and laid back vocals. The earthy production style supports the catchy hook and introspective lyrics, while the ultimate message of not always believing the lies we tell ourselves rings true throughout.” 


The Blumes – “Runaway”

Country: US

Genre: Alt Rock

From the Artist: “Mental Health focused energetic Emo/Alternative Rock song that brings light to the internal conflict in all of us. Starting a conversation about depression, anxiety and how these illnesses rob us of the beauty of life in the present moment.” 


Planisphere – “I’m Not Trying To Be Mean”

Country: Australia

Genre: Alt Rock

From the Artist: “Lyrically, this song starts out from the point of view of being at a party stuck talking with someone you really don’t want to be, but then realising it’s part of a bigger picture that I’m sure everyone goes through at some point of being caught in a bit of a loop, going out all the time with the same people, doing the same things and not being sure how to escape it. Choruses are just accepting that fact, and engaging in a bit of self-destructive behaviour (pass the bombay) and leaning into it. Musically it features huge riffs, gothic soaring synths, and punchy drums to keep it driving along. 


Blurry Eyes – “Quicksand”

Country: Canada

Genre: Alt Rock

From the Artist: “Montreal-based pop punk band Blurry Eyes are releasing their fast and upbeat new single, “Quicksand.” This song was inspired by a little bout of depression that was felt during lockdown – where you feel stuck in quicksand, nothing moves, nothing changes, and everything feels heavy.”


Sunrise and Ammunition – “Vulcan Dome”

Country: US

Genre: Alt Rock

From the Artist: “Sunrise and Ammunition have many elements floating around their primordial soup in a young world of sound. It is a sound that has lineage tracing back to progressive, experimental, and psychedelic music of all kinds. With no rigid boundaries it’s a collective of porous minds, absorbing an eclectic sound pallet made accessible to kids of the internet age. The band formed just after its members finished intermediate school, and over the years they have developed a musical chemistry that borders on telepathy. Sunrise and Ammunition released their first EP, Aquarius, in 2010 and have focused on creating immersive sounds ever since, including their album, Tesseract, produced by Jesse Cannon at Found Soundation. The combination of these three childhood friends’ creativity creates a whole larger than the sum of its parts.”


Death Of A Legend – “Be My Guest”

Country: Italy

Genre: Alt Rock

From the Artist: “We all love to party, but, you know, sometimes things get out of control and you find yourself snoring in a bathtub or lying on the floor. Could it happen? Yes, it could if you were having a great time. Be sure not to lose the best part!”


Reykjavik Kids – “Apnea”

Country: UK

Genre: Post-Punk

From the Artist: “As played on BBC Introducing radio, Apnea is the fierce opener from debut EP ‘Tonight is the Day’. The song is a short, sharp blast of energy with biting guitars, soaring melodies and jagged synths. The lyrics depict the struggle of deciding whether or not to continue a relationship that was only ‘half-right’, and the sleepless nights it caused, despite knowing a better life was within touching distance. The song was mixed in LA by Dave Newton of C86 pioneering band The Mighty Lemon Drops.:)” 


Waves Crashing – “high/low”

Country: US

Genre: Alt Rock

From the Artist: “Olympia, Washington quartet channeling new wave, noise rock and shoegaze soundscapes into melodic indie rock songs.”


Paul Allen – “Radio”

Country: Australia

Genre: Indie Rock

From the Artist: “Radio is an Energetic Indie Rock track with some punk flavors. The song is about someone who ultimately doesn’t satisfy anyone regardless of how they try. Its a story about living your life for yourself ,and not anyone else. Meant with positive vibes to go out there and conquer the world. Written on the beaches of Sentosa Singapore. The song was inspired by legendary track “Living for the weekend” by “Hard Fi”,i sneak a reference of this into the second verse.”