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Grows – Grounded/Electrocuted (Video)

Grows – Grounded/Electrocuted (Video)

Grows play it spare and honest on “Grounded / Electrocuted,” the latest single off their recently released debut album, Go Glow Grows. Taking inspiration from Velvet Underground t ...

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Manila Magic – In The Night

Manila Magic – In The Night

Filtered through the lens of nostalgia, Manila Magic’s debut single “In The Night” pushes forward with minimalist pop experiments that echo the soundtrack to an ‘80s prom night. T ...

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Pex – Your Sublime

Pex – Your Sublime

For all the attention heaped upon local bedroom solo acts who have found their calling on creative solitude, Pex seems to be a refreshing anomaly. Like his peer Mellow Fellow, the ...

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Gabby Alipe – Visions

Gabby Alipe – Visions

There’s no dramatic upward leap or anthemic bombast on “Visions,” Gabby Alipe’s first single post-Urbandub. This time, he’s opted for a sound that defies what is expected of him, ...

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Sarah Geronimo – The Great Unknown (Feat. Hale)

Sarah Geronimo – The Great Unknown (Feat. Hale)

Sarah Geronimo has recently released her sophomore single “The Great Unknown”—the follow-up to her upbeat smash “Tala.” Performed with Hale, the crowd-pleasing ballad sounds more ...

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Cerumentric – Dreamlandia

Cerumentric – Dreamlandia

Cerumentric has made a surprising shift to a more Chiptune-inspired hardcore sound after releasing 2013’s “Goodbye Cynics”—an explosive virtual stomper that suggests not only a st ...

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Carousel Casualties – Safety

Carousel Casualties – Safety

Look past The Strokes and Arctic Monkeys comparisons, Carousel Casualties’ “Safety” is a pretty enjoyable listen. The track pulls the same tricks that hearken back to the garage-r ...

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Grows – Mind Glue

Grows – Mind Glue

Grows’ debut record, Go Glow Grows borrows from accessible “canon” albums that have defined and shaped noise-pop in the ‘80s and early ‘90s. You can hear bits and pieces of The Je ...

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Giniling Festival – LL (Video)

Giniling Festival – LL (Video)

Terno Recordings’ Giniling Festival has recently unveiled the video of their new single “LL.” The provocative clip also doubles as hilarious spoof of Kanye West’s controversial “F ...

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Limbs – Glass Cloak

Limbs – Glass Cloak

Limbs are hardly the first local outfit to incorporate shoegaze and post-rock influences with metal and post-hardcore, but they push things subtly forward without fully giving in ...

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