Jaguar Dreams Are Made Of Electronica And The 80s With Debut Single ‘Just Life’

From Brooklyn New York comes Jaguar Dreams, an indie-rock band who make music you can dance to. Their debut original single, ‘Just Life’, was released on 22 August and comes with a lyric video made by the band themselves.

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Earthquake Lights – ‘The Fix’

Hailing from Rochester, New York State, but now based in Brooklyn, New York City, Earthquake Lights take their band name from the nebulous lights which appear in the sky after an earthquake occurs. Their debut album, ‘Distress Signals’, was recorded at London’s famous Abbey Road Studios, and is set for release early next year. ‘The Fix’ previously released as a single, comes with an intimate band’s eye view video.

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Seasonal Beast – ‘I Can Make You Disappear’

Seasonal Beast, from New York, make an elephant disappear in the video for their latest track, ‘I Can Make You Disappear’. The magic doesn’t stop there – the track is a laid back dreamscape with gorgeous vocals and superb instrumentation.

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Lady Moon & The Eclipse – ‘Star Gazing’

‘Star Gazing’ is the new single from Lady Moon And The Eclipse’s forthcoming album, ‘Journey To The Cosmic Soul’. The Brooklyn based group are known for their tranquil blend of pop, R&B, and Afrobeat.

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The Essential Weekly Playlist of: DEMAR

Born in Miami but now based in Brooklyn, alt-pop artist DEMAR got her break when she released a Kendrick Lamar cover that went viral – the track currently has over 1.5 million Spotify streams.

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GV – ‘Lil Min’

Brooklyn hip hop artist GV follows up his earlier singles, ‘Exhale’, ‘Another Hit’, and ‘Tunnelz’ with his new release, ‘Lil Min’.

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LGBTQ Pop King Reigen Releases Heartfelt Cover of The Cranberries Classic, ‘Dream’

Brooklyn-based singer-songwriter and producer Reigen recently released a cover of Irish band The Cranberries’ classic song, ‘Dreams’.

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Blakeley – ‘Holiday Vinyl’

‘Holiday Vinyl’ from Brooklyn’s Blakeley is a languid love song about loss and longing sung while holding tightly to a bottle of Jack Daniels. It’s not your traditional Christmas song by any means, it’s the sort of Christmas song sung by someone who’s seen the other side, the down side, the dark side. ‘Holiday Vinyl’ is sad and raw with only the jingling bells (plus a few references to Christmas) which pin it down to any particular season.

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JARROD DICKENSON RELEASES VIDEO FOR FESTIVE SINGLE ‘CHRISTMAS TIME IN THE CITY’

‘Christmas Time In The City’, as well as the B-side, a cover of Charles Brown’s ‘Please Come Home For Christmas’, is the seasonal follow-up to Jarrod Dickenson’s critically acclaimed album, ‘Ready The Horses’, which was released in September.

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SHANGHAI RESTORATION PROJECT (SRP) NEW ALBUM – ‘R.U.R.’ OUT TODAY

Brooklyn-based electronic duo, Shanghai Restoration Project (SRP), have released their latest album, ‘R.U.R.’ today. It’s out on Undercover Culture Music.

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GV – ‘Tunnelz”

Brooklyn hip-hop artist GV is a man on a mission. His initials stand for “God’s Voice”, and he means to make a statement with his music, with his two most recent singles, ‘Exhale’, and ‘Another Hit’, coming out of nowhere and knocking people off their feet. His nw single, ‘Tunnelz’, with a compelling music video, seems sure to follow the others, and may well be is breakthrough as the voice of change in hip-hop.

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Blakeley Releases Electronic Rockabilly Track ‘Caffeine & Nicotine’

Brooklyn pop artist Blakeley calls to mind bubblegum pop and surf rock with her track, ‘Caffeine & Nicotine’. Fun and bouncy, yet ever so subversive in her subject matter, the song is a precursor to her new EP, ‘Sin Cider’, due for release this winter.

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World War IX – ‘Thank God It’s Monday’

Brooklyn American punks World War IX have been on the scene for a while now and their new video, ‘Thank God It’s Monday’, the follow up to their previous, ‘Have You Seen My Drugs?’ is a hilarious, ironic riot.

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Shinobi Ninja ‘What If Times’ Music Video Conveys Profound Optimistic Message

Brooklyn-based band Shinobi Ninja’s music video “What If Times” features colourful imagery, upbeat vocals and an inspiring message.

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It Ain’t Over Till It’s Over – LCD Soundsystem Keep The Party Going With ‘American Dream’

Although their “last show ever” in February 2011 could have been the end of the road for LCD Soundsystem, it’s pretty clear the music was never going to completely die for the Brooklyn band, who were named in 2013 as one of Rolling Stone’s “New Immortals”. And with the announcement of their reunion in 2016 and headlining of Coachella that year, it was only a matter of time that a new album from James Murphy and crew would also be released.

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Peter Currency – ‘Jugg X Juggle’

Brooklyn based hip hop artist Peter Currency marches to the beat of a different drum with the music video for his track, ‘Jugg X Juggle’, which is part of an as yet untitled but soon to be released project.

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Rich Lowe – ‘Boogey Man’

Although currently living in San Antonio, Texas, singer songwriter and producer Rich Lowe has his roots firmly entrenched in Brooklyn, New York City.

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Big Thief – ‘Mythological Beauty’

With the ethereal sound of Adrianne Lenker’s voice Brooklyn’s Big Thief have been drawing growing audiences into its emotional soundscapes for the past two years. Their latest track, ‘Mythological Beauty’, is the first track from their second album, ‘Capacity’, set for release on 9 June.

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WithLoveXavier – ‘OFFICIAL’

Real name Matthew Xavier Hunter, Brooklyn native WithLoveXavier was handpicked to join his elementary school’s choir. He learned to mix and record in his home studio, and set out to perform and showcase his talents throughout New York City.

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Jay Pray – ‘Smile’

Jay Pray, real name Justin P Romanos, was born and raised in rural Connecticut, and had his musical start recording in his makeshift home studio, and as a regular in the local DIY scene. It was however when he went to Drexel University, and studied Music Industry, that he was given the nickname J Pré, a reference to his earlier band, ‘The Justin P Romanos Experiment’. Upon graduating he moved to Brooklyn, and re-established himself under the pseudonym, Jay Pray.

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