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MOBS 2020

MOBS Release Funky New Single ‘School’s Out’

In anticipation of their forthcoming album, Cinema Paradiso, MOBS have released their next retro-sounding electro-pop, smile-inducing single, School’s Out.  You wouldn’t guess that this song was released in 2020; it is pure 1980’s nostalgia complete with synth keyboards and drums and cheesy lyrics. For a

Hot Milk 2020

HOT MILK Drop Fresh Single ‘June Gloom’

If you’re into pop-punk, emo power-pop, or a “musical vortex of opportunity and complexity”, Hot Milk’s uplifting and catchy new release, June Gloom, is for you. Despite the triggering Windows 98 error message sound that kicks us off, Hot Milk have done it again: June

Giant Rooks 2020

GIANT ROOKS Release New Single ‘Watershed’

Following their successful Wild Stare EP, German art-pop quartet Giant Rooks have returned with a full-bodied, effortlessly cool single, Watershed. Watershed draws on the band’s experience living and loving in the big city – the fun and excitement, but also the challenges that come with.

girl_in_red_2020

GIRL IN RED Confirms That ‘kate’s not here’

Norwegian up-and-comer, girl in red, has graced our ears with her brand of mellow, head-bop-worthy indie-pop in new single kate’s not here. The song, which is included on the soundtrack for the 2020 film ‘The Turning’, reminds us of girl in red’s dreamy, guitar-infused sound. The

Declan McKenna 2020

DECLAN MCKENNA Announces New Album ‘Zeros’

After a few years away, Declan McKenna has graced our ears with his energetic, guitar-driven new single, Beautiful Faces. When watching the Beautiful Faces video, the flicker between reality and the Sims-like caricature solidifies the message Declan McKenna is selling. It captures the pointed look at

Dune Rats Hurry Up And Wait 2020

Album Review // DUNE RATS ‘Hurry Up And Wait’

Coming off the success of their last album in 2017, Dune Rats have returned with their down-to-earth, quirky, nostalgia-inducing third record, Hurry Up And Wait. There’s good news and bad news. The good news is that “the Dunies” do not disappoint. The twelve-track compilation is