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Cliffhanger “After Sunrise”

Pop Punk group Cliffhanger has released a new single called “After Sunrise”. This is the first new music from the band since their 2017 EP, “Old Wounds”.


Marbin "Strong Thing"

Jazz Rock group Marbin has released their latest album, Strong Thing. This is the band’s Eighth album and follow-up to 2018’s Israeli Jazz.

Marbin is the work of Danny Markovitch (saxophone), Everette Benton Jr. (drums), Dani Rabin (guitar), and Jon Nadel (bass)

You can catch Marbin at John Brown’s On The Square in Marion on January 10th.


J.Soliday "Music for Speech Synthesis"

J.Soliday released a new collection of computer music last month called Music for Speech Synthesis. This is "real time manual and generative manipulation of digital speech synthesizers” and a truly unique approach to sound and music.


From the Submissions: Early Spring’s “hang around + hurt me bad”

Brooklyn psych rock outfit Early Spring’s music is an impressionistic, watercolored soundscape, replete with hazy vocals and bright, verdant guitar work. Their latest split single hang around + hurt me bad disorients from the start, inviting the listener to let the band’s screaming riffs wash over them; despite the apparent intensity of the group’s gain heavy instruments, their coupling with the Early Spring's meandering, echoing vox induces a strange calm, a sort-of meditative calm in the eye of a tropical storm. Tune in below, and catch Early Spring at the Kingsland on December 12th, supporting Squeegee Men.


Nicotine Dolls mull thoughts better left unsaid on “Burning a Good Thing”

Offset by Fincheresque lighting and massive Phil Collins’ alt-rock instrumental hits, new Nicotine Dolls video “Burning a Good Thing” ruminates on the wandering thoughts that can ruin an otherwise healthy relationship: namely, the desire to be with someone else. In the eyes of of singer-songwriter Sam Cieri, such thoughts as contemplations (and perhaps unintended actions) have a tendency to undo otherwise stable relationships and, in so many words, “burn a good thing.” Against this metaphorical fire, the track’s visuals feature actual flames, not to mention a manifestation of the psyche in the form of physical blackmail; exacerbating the tension of the music video are Nicotine Doll’s massive percussive hits and muted, tactile string work, building to stadium-filling riffs evocative of 80s guitar pop. It’s a dramatic ride from start to finish — watch it below.



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