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The Dead Ships - “First Mistakes” (video) (premiere)

Expect rock on “First Mistakes,” because rock is what you’ll get.

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Chris Robley - “1973” (video) (premiere)

It might be a fictionalized portrait of the year it attempts to illustrate, but that fiction is a genuine joy — if a slightly depressing one — nonetheless.

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DYAN - “Looking For Knives” (audio) (premiere)

It’s synthpop in its most toned-down sense, the kind of music that reminds you that taking off the accelerator can provide a sumptuous result too.

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Elijah Noll - “Dirty Games” (audio) (premiere)

It’s driving, it’s sad, and it’s viscerally triumphant all at once; in other words, it’s everything that makes a good pop song in three and a half minutes.

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Beware of Darkness - “Dope” (video) (premiere)

“Dope” is all spunk and quick-licking riffs, starry and sharp guitars cutting through with gale force after a quietly powerful chorus.

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Madeleine Peyroux - “Everything I Do Gonh Be Funky (From Now On)” (audio) (premiere)

No matter what disparate elements are thrown into the pot, the output is certainly, if counterintuitively, “funky".

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High Dive Heart - “Misfit” (video) (premiere)

If “Misfit” is any indication, poptimism is thankfully alive and well.

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So Much Light - “Justin Bieber at the Gates of Hell” (audio) (premiere)

It’s alt-pop in the same world as Flume or How to Dress Well, morose and triumphant and serene all at once.

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NYVES - “Just Give Up” (video) (premiere)

"Just Give Up" takes a couple key elements from NYVES’ past -- eardrum-crushing snares, rippling bass -- and gives them a futuristic sheen, plating smooth chrome over the frenzied metal spirit thrashing within.

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Sara Rachele and the Skintights - “When You’ve Found It Out” (audio) (premiere)

“When You’ve Found It Out” is a wandering behemoth of a song, equal parts immense rocker and wispy pop specter.

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Ethan Burns - “22 Knots” (audio) (premiere)

The pained trudge of "22 Knots" is rock in its most troubadour sense, the sound of getting away from the grind just to stay lucid.

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Stewart Eastham - “In the Morning” (audio) (premiere)

Rather than the tortured wanderings of rural America, "In the Morning" is a brief respite from the trials those entails, an acknowledgment that, no matter what, we can always dance.

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Siamese - “White Jacket” (video) (premiere) (interview)

Detroit darkwave, post-punk quartet Siamese release atmospheric video ahead of debut EP.

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Christian Lopez Band - “Stay With You” (live) (exclusive download)

Christian Lopez Band's “Stay With You” is a lush beauty, warmth seeping out of every pore.

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Juliana Wilson - “Blah Blah Blah” (audio) (premiere)

"Blah Blah Blah" is a promising start to a very young career, and its well-composed maelstrom of angst, swirling guitars, and atmospheric expansiveness is a treat to hear.

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Gravel Kings - “Come As You Are” (Nirvana cover) (audio) (premiere)

Gravel Kings shows that Nirvana’s overwhelmingly sad ethos translates well into the often overwhelmingly sad realm they inhabit.

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O.L.A. - “Best That I’ve Felt” (video) (premiere)

"Best That I've Felt" is a sugary slice of tropically-infused pop house, bouncy synths drawing equally from Kygo’s “Firestone” and Edward Maya’s “Stereo Love” with just a dash of ZHU’s percussive melodies.

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Rob Ickes and Trey Hensley - ‘The Country Blues’ (album stream) (premiere)

Virtuosic country duo Rob Ickes and Trey Hensley are ready to thrill audiences with their new LP The Country Blues.

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Stop Light Observations - “Aquarius Apocalyptic” (audio) (premiere)

“Aquarius Apocalyptic” takes its time to start rocking, but when it finally bursts forth, its tremendous horsepower is well worth the wait.

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Loch Lomond - “Pens From Spain” (video) (premiere)

"Pens From Spain" is sedate, carefully expanding folk, slowly but surely allowing light and color until the whole thing is in bloom.

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Indie Horror Month 2016: Diving into 'Reveal the Deep'

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"In Reveal the Deep, the light only makes you more aware of the darkness

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