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Adrianos – “Give Us A Kiss”

Country: UK

Genre: Indie Rock

From the Artist: “A song of interpersonal politics, international relations, misunderstandings and apologies. The Velvet Underground meet The Cure, accompanied by Leonard Cohen’s backing vocalists, in 2022 London.”


Naked Animals – “Business As Usual”

Country: Ireland

Genre: Alt Rock

From the Artist: “Business as Usual is the title track of Naked Animal’s Debut EP “Business as Usual”. The band are promoting the release through touring in Europe in the summer of 2022″


ACER – “Baker St.”

Country: Canada

Genre: Shoegaze

From the Artist:  “ACER is the dream-pop duo of instrumentalist/producer Kyle Gottschalk & vocalist Connory Ballantyne. Forming the band during their time as roommates during the lockdowns, Gottschalk handed over a slew of bedroom demos – pastoral, hazy, heavenly – to Ballantyne who returned them full of emotional, yet boldly energetic vocals. ” 


Caustic Waves – “Invisible Enemy”

Country: UK

Genre: Rock

From the Artist: “INVISIBLE ENEMY is the 2nd single from CAUSTIC WAVES, the new project from Neil Thomas – a Software Engineer by day, music producer by night (once the kids are asleep). Written in March 2020, lyrically the song captures the initial fear and uncertainty of the COVID-19 pandemic. It’s a snapshot of the period when no one really understood what was going on, when people were ordered to stay at home and only leave when absolutely necessary. Shelves were empty due to panic buying, and Covidiots were abusing the supermarket workers trying to carry on with their jobs. The rising daily statistics were frightening, and it felt like there was no end in sight. The overall message of the song is, however, a positive one – “we’ll find a way to make it through…” Musically, it’s an energetic, melodic rock song, with thick crunchy rhythm guitars, driving bass, and hook-laden vocals backed by layers of harmonies. The song is influenced by the alternative metal and post-hardcore bands of the late 90s / early 00s, such as Deftones, Far, Helmet and Kerbdog.” 


Shredded Bulbs – “Waterfall”

Country: Austria

Genre: Indie Rock

From the Artist: “The duo seem to have mastered the Nirvana-esque loud/quiet dynamic; ‘Waterfall’ is full of twists and turns, varied soundscapes, unexpected and crashing crescendos – a virtue the song-writers hope will land them with a diverse audience: “We aim to capture pure and radiant energy that will instantly appeal to electronic, pop and rock fans everywhere,” say the Austrian artists. “Waterfall’s cross appeal of listening is our unique selling point – we just love to connect things.”


Push Puppets – “Sometimes The Buds Never Flower”

Country: US

Genre: Indie Pop

From the Artist: “This is a song about a troubled relationship as told through a story about flowering trees.” 


Faster On Fire – “Yellow Chair”

Country: US

Genre: Pop Rock

From the Artist: “Faster on Fire is a reflective and potent pop-rock duo from the east coast USA. Jon and Alex have come a long way from their roots in pop-punk, landing in a place of emotional vulnerability and realness while maintaining the energy they’ve always incorporated into their wildly addictive melodies, riffs, and beats. Both highly versatile musicians, their approach to writing remains fluid, each bringing lyrical and musical ideas to flesh out and explore. It’s this approach that creates the heart and depth that’s apparent in every track.”


Party Van – “Moo Moo”

Country: US

Genre: Alt Rock

From the Artist:  “Debut Single by Party Van from Austin tx. the best new indie rock/shoegaze band coming out of austin right now. Mr pink records is very proud to be putting out this upcoming album.” 


Balmain – “Reach The Unreachable”

Country: Australia

Genre: Grunge

From the Artist: “Born in Sydney, Australia’s Inner West, constructed in Canada’s Inner East. Balmain takes melody and organized chaos for a pleasant ride.”


FènixDion – “Mama Say”

Country: US

Genre: Indie Rock

From the Artist: “”Mama Say” is the debut single from Minneapolis-based FènixDion who was recently named one of the best new bands in Minnesota by 89.3 The Current, Rock & Roll Globe, and others. The band has quickly garnered new fans and fans from artists alike recently opening for Black Pumas, Hippo Campus, and others. They have 3 more singles slated for release this spring and summer with their debut album coming in October.”


Urban Heat – “Have You Ever?”

Country: US

Genre: Alt Rock

From the Artist: “We’re all raised with a certain belief set and at some point begin to question it. Some of us return to the fold, others form their own code of morality, but everyone at some point has to decide for themselves what they hold as truth. If you haven’t ever questioned the very nature of your existence, are you even alive?”


Bridget Rian – “why did u lie?”

Country: US

Genre: Indie Rock

From the Artist: “”why did u lie” is basically my villain origin story. This song is me screaming at someone who made me feel small. In typical narcissist behavior, they built me up to tear me down and this is me grabbing my unhinged femininity and burning their house down.”


New Media – “Slackers”

Country: US

Genre: Indie Rock

From the Artist: “Los Angeles-based alt-rockers blending post-punk, grunge, shoegaze, and indie, New Media, share their first single of the year. The instantly memorable “Slackers” starts with a very Pixies-esque, four-chord progression reminiscent of an ironic, early ‘90s slacker song. “Slackers” highlights everything that can build musically and lyrically in four minutes with twlinkly licks and fuzzed-out guitars, adding light and contrast.”


Jovi Skyler – “Got It Wrong”

Country: Australia

Genre: Alt Rock

From the Artist: “Jovi Skyler is a Sydneysider punk-rocker singer-songwriter and DIY music video maker. Skyler has dedicated many years to his craft as a songwriter since picking up the guitar. Having studied at the Conservatorium of Music for a spell before dropping out, he proceeded to live abroad in Europe for over two years gigging under various monikers as a staunch soloist playing only original songs unplugged in cafes, bars and other venues. It was during this time that Jovi’s consistent exposure to entertainment hubs fermented his creative fervour and desire to focus a light on the dynamics of heady distractions.”