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Trey Gruber’s Devastating Songs Live On in a Great Posthumous Compilation

The late Chicago songwriter’s recordings will debut on the expansive double LP ‘Herculean House of Cards.’
Josh Terry
2 days ago
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Stream Divino Niño's 'Foam,' a Surreal Album of Psychedelia and 70s Pop

The band is part of a movement of Latinx artists reinterpreting the sounds of their parents' birthplaces. We're premiering their new album ahead of its Friday release.
Eduardo Cepeda
6.18.19
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Strange Ranger’s New Song Is Just Searching for Answers

The Philadelphia indie band’s “Living Free” from their new LP ‘Remembering The Rockets’ is cinematic and resonant.
Josh Terry
6.13.19
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SadGirl Make Music to Soundtrack LA and All of Its Contradictions

The swooning, romantic guitar pop on the trio's new album 'Water' is perfect for a city of endless possibility.
Will Schube
6.10.19
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Félicia Atkinson's New Ambient Piece Is Lovely and Lonely

"Moderato Cantabile" is a piano-led excerpt from the French composer's stunning new album 'The Flower & The Vessel.'
Colin Joyce
5.29.19
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Erika de Casier's R&B Feels Like Hitting the Club with an Old Friend

The hit-after-hit energy of her debut album 'Essentials' earns its title, which nods to classic best-of CDs.
Sam Goldner
5.15.19
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Christelle Bofale's Watery Rock Songs Are What Forever Sounds Like

The Austin-based songwriter draws on the Congolese music she heard growing up to make boundless, flowing songs on ‘Swim Team.’
Colin Joyce
5.15.19
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Chicago's Dehd Made an Optimistic Album Out of a Messy Breakup

We're streaming Dehd's electric debut, 'Water,' ahead of its release.
Josh Terry
5.7.19
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Ona Could Be the Next Great Rock Band

The West Virginia band's adventurous and infectious new album, 'Full Moon, Heavy Light,' takes them to the next level. We're exclusively streaming it here ahead of its Friday release.
Josh Terry
5.6.19
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Alsarah Wrote a Song for the Sudanese Uprising

The Sudan-born Alsarah and the Nubatones singer has done the only thing an artist an ocean away from her people and their struggles can do.
Zachary Lipez
5.1.19
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The Glow’s Fuzzy Debut Album Ponders the Big Questions

Written both before and after the breakup of his beloved band LVL UP, Mike Caridi’s ‘Am I’ considers old memories and existential questions.
Colin Joyce
5.1.19
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Taylor Janzen Thought Her New EP Was Almost Too Raw to Release

We're streaming the 19-year-old Canadian singer-songwriter's 'Shouting Matches' in full ahead of its Friday release.
Avery Stone
5.1.19
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