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Le Big Zero – “Coda”

Country: US

Genre: Indie Rock

From the Artist: “Blending 90’s garage rock with complex, yet poppy song structures, Le Big Zero are taking a huge leap forward with their sophomore album A Proper Mess. The experimental indie quartet have Frankensteined their iconic predecessors with the energy of early slacker grunge groups and the brains of math rock outfits.” 


Teen Mortgage – “Shangri La”

Country: US

Genre: Post-Punk

From the Artist:  “Garage / Surf / Hardcore duo Teen Mortgage return with a new video for their satire on American consumer culture, “Shangri La”


The Cabbys – “In You We Crash”

Country: US

Genre: Alt Rock

From the Artist: “”In You We Crash” & the shorter radio edit will be released with The Cabbys’ forthcoming debut EP ‘Songs To Get Weird To’ on March 23. The song features thunderous bass and drums rolling through driving guitars and spacey sonic textures.”


Captain Frederickson – “It’s The Hope That Kills”

Country: UK

Genre: Alt Rock

From the Artist: “This is a song about the pain of Sports fandom. Being from England ( lose the euro final on penalties) and living in Buffalo ( can’t hold a lead for 13 seconds) we know It’s the Hope that Kills!”


The Kids Born Wrong – “Killed On Video”

Country: US

Genre: Punk

From the Artist: “This is Gories inspired horror rock and roll song with themes of getting famous on the internet through videos of death and murder!”


The War Toys – “I Don’t Care”

Country: US

Genre: Alt Rock

From the Artist: “This song is about the aggressive apathy we’re feeling as our generation watches the world crumble.”


J. Graves – “Valentine”

Country: US

Genre: Indie Rock

From the Artist: “new single Valentine is the first stepping stone, leading viewers into a visual world full of piercing music, nice beaches, swords, and chain-mail armor. Under the surface, however, Valentine is a song that brims with barely contained despair; a tumult unfettered by its brighter sound. Buried beneath howling refrains and gaunt overdrives lies something equal parts mournful and angry as Graves reflects on an unhealthy relationship that ended just as harshly as it existed.” 


King Rat – “No Idols”

Country: US

Genre: Punk

From the Artist: “Latest track from my weirdo punk solo project. Part of an upcoming EP…because there’s always an upcoming EP, right?”


Ask Carol – “Tonight”

Country: Norway

Genre: Indie Rock

From the Artist: “Based out of the Norwegian mountain community Auma, comes the grungy alt-pop duo Ask Carol. Ask Carol is a high energy power-duo with a big sound. Multitasking is their middle name. Two guitars, drums, a synth, a drum machine and a unique splitting system for Carol’s guitar, makes this two-piece sound like a full band. Their sound can be fierce and mean, then suddenly turn soft and comforting. Their sound could make you think of artists like the Kills, the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, with a Nordic, melancholic twist. Ask Carol has toured in the Philippines, Japan, South Korea, Scandinavia, SXSW two times and more ,and supported The Brian Jonestown Massacre. The band now put out their music on ChoVan Records, their own Indie Label.” 


The Sand Spiders – “Out of Drive”

Country: New Zealand

Genre: Indie Rock

From the Artist: “Written by The Sand Spiders – Spidey J (June) and Spidey Si (Simon) about the ennui of our time, too much going on. Exploring different topics in our pop-punk genre. The high tempo seems contrary to the topic but I like that difference.”


mercvrial – “be that someone”

Country: Mexico

Genre: Post-Punk

From the Artist: “This song is about social media obsession. Post-punk guitar legend Terry Bickers (House of Love/Levitation) plays additional guitar on the song. It is the first single off of mercvrial’s debut LP, Brief Algorithms, which will be out on Crafting Room Recordings on April 29 on white vinyl and all major streaming services.” 


GHXST – “Pls, You Must Be a Dream”

Country: US

Genre: Alt Rock

From the Artist: “The song adds a surf goth element to the duo’s signature metal-inflected sound and “is an ode to the obsessions that haunt you, like a half-remembered scene from an arthouse film. As Shelley X coldly intones “You’re the only one” over a menacing surf riff, it’s not clear whether it’s for a lost love or a memory of times past. As always, the allure is in the unknown”


DYLYN – “Liar”

Country: Canada

Genre: Indie Rock

From the Artist: “”Liar” features the story of a long relationship following a couples slow decay. The light dies out, promises are broken, and dreams are never met. “Liar” features a danceable production that just shimmers beneath her breathy vocals as guitars wail before a chorus takes off with robotic warbling.”


Scoobert Doobert – “Think About It”

Country: US

Genre: Indie Pop

From the Artist:  “This single grooves on & revisits themes of the pros & cons of pondering”