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POLSKY – “100 Million Ways to Die”

Country: UK

Genre: Indie Rock

From the Artist: “100 Million Ways To Die is the first single from Indie Band, PolSky’s forthcoming record. This release will feature in Apple TV’s production ‘WeCrashed” The story of the spectacular rise and demise of the company WeWork formed by the Neumann couple played by Jared Leto and Anne Hathaway and will feature in (Episode 6 – Caviar)” 


Goodbye Cassini – “The Tide”

Country: UK

Genre: Pop Rock

From the Artist: “This song is about the triumph (or the dream) of breaking out of a repetative cycle. It about pursuing a passion instead of a mundane career, or it could be turning your life on its’ head to escape a dark situation…every person I know has a story that this song relates to.”


No One Sphere – “Where I Was”

Country: US

Genre: Indie Rock

From the Artist: “Isn’t Everything About Something is the debut album of the Washington D.C. based music project No One Sphere. This release —which has been a five year love affair with the recording studio — sees Dave Mann at the helm of all songwriting and decision making. Mann often finds that making decisions can take longer than the length of one presidential term. “


Dead Marthas – “Sharks”

Country: US

Genre: Indie Rock

From the Artist: “The song “Sharks” is about a person who struggles with their darkening thoughts day in and day out while feeling alone and taken for granted by everyone and everything surrounding them.” 


The Clever References – “Will We Ever Meet Each Other Ever Again?”

Country: Australia

Genre: Indie Rock

From the Artist: “It’s crazy to think about it being two years ago that we almost got “over”, to borrow a pro wrestling term,” said Ash thinking about the bands recent history. “Being together in a band was really one of the things motivating me to go on, and I suppose I started writing this song, or rather the exact title of the song and sent it to the band members. There was a time were we thought the band was just done, but this song proves otherwise”


Rabble Dukes – “Another Day”

Country: Canada

Genre: Alt Rock

From the Artist: “Another Day is a song about struggling to find yourself in an increasingly complicated world. It’s a powerful tune, full of punk angst and frustration delivered in a refreshingly tight package of guitars and vocals. Rabble Dukes stand behind their music 100%, and are primed to hit the scene running at full tilt. Check’em out now or you’ll regret it.”


Mulberry Sky – “Imperfections”

Country: Germany

Genre: Rock

From the Artist: “IMPERFECTIONS does not only convince listeners with the usual blues-soaked rock. On top of that, it’s worth listening to the lyrics of the new tracks. “Imperfections”, for example, critically deals with the toxic beauty ideals of social media.”


AE – “Small Hands”

Country: Germany

Genre: Indie Rock

From the Artist: “‘Small Hands’ started as a poem: Elias and Akila took turns, writing one line each on the back of a receipt. It is perhaps the song with the most equal part of both writers, and the only one in which both sing in unison throughout. The peculiar structure and time signatures take the listener on a beautiful asymmetrical ride. The songs lyrics tell the story of an evolving relationship, and carry the imagery that surrounded the duo while writing the album at HELLERAU cultural center in Dresden.”


Graeme James – “All The Lives We Ever Lived”

Country: New Zealand

Genre: Folk

From the Artist: “Internationally acclaimed folk artist and multi-instrumentalist Graeme James releases his new album, Seasons, tomorrow, along with a gorgeous music video for the track “All the Lives We Ever Lived,” where he gently layers percussion into mandolin, then piano, then cello to evoke the natural rhythm of changing seasons.


WHIT3 COLLR – “Indecision”

Country: US

Genre: Rock

From the Artist: “Our next single, “Indecision,” is about frustrations triggered by an indecisive lover. The relationship is fading, and desperate attempts are made to mend it. Indecision was inspired by the confusion and misunderstanding I was experiencing in a relationship. The melodic arrangement was inspired by the strip club scene.”


Jamboree – “The Trees”

Country: Canada

Genre: Indie Rock

From the Artist: “”The Trees tries to address the different ways in which one may feel disposable,” says Nick Lavich, one of the band’s singers. “The chorus was derived from a very bad experience I had in which I feared for my life.” 


Panic Is Perfect – “Just My Luck”

Country: US

Genre: Indie Pop

From the Artist: “I wrote this song at the end of our last album cycle when everything seemed to be falling apart for Panic is Perfect. Our label went out of business, our manager retired from the music industry, and I had a huge falling out with the other founding member of the band. This song is basically my response to a situation I couldn’t control. Inside I felt like: “Shit is all falling apart and I’m just going to say ‘fuck you’ to everything. I can eat all my pain and just spit it back out as art… Screw everyone else! I’m going to keep going no matter what.” I don’t feel that sense of vitriol around it now, but that was the defiant energy that got me through a very difficult moment in my life – and this is the song that came out of it.”


No Frills – “Save The Bees”

Country: Canada

Genre: Indie Rock

From the Artist:  “Therapists are very expensive. Writing songs, however, is free. That’s how Daniel Busheikin, a Toronto-based musician, found his hard drive filled with bedroom recordings of bummed-out pop songs about depression, social anxiety, uncertainty, and other fun neuroses he’d been keeping private. Though he enjoyed performing as a member of the band Grounders, songwriting offered Busheikin a way to process his thoughts and feelings and to confront and examine himself. To bring his new project to life, Busheikin formed No Frills, enlisting his long-time best bud (and fellow Grounders member) Mike Searle, local drum hero Jonathan Pappo (Hooded Fang), Matt “Bucky” Buckberrough (Twist, Beds), and Maddy Wilde (Rapport).”


Morningsiders – “Hang The Cedar”

Country: US

Genre: Indie Rock

From the Artist: “Sometimes melodies or riffs sit on our shelf for years before we figure out how to build a song around them. We had this piano pattern that we’d return to in the writing room every few months, but it never felt right when we tried to turn it into a chorus. Finally it clicked that what we had in our heads was actually the verse, and all of a sudden Hang the Cedar came together really quickly. It’s a song about the uneasy negotiation of identity within friend groups, and the vertigo of developing a sense of self around how others see you. One of the lines, “I’m going to cultivate an attitude / dye my hair to feel renewed” stands out to me as the crux of things. It was inspired by a good friend reminiscing about a moment from middle school when she sort of fell in between different friend groups. She described it as her “cultivating a personality” era. I love that. It’s like all of a sudden you have a chance to meet yourself, but also to reinvent and curate in a way that you couldn’t before.”