Israeli Singer/Songwriter Snir Yamin Releases New Single ‘down the line’

Back in August we wrote about Snir Yamin, a New York based Israeli artist, and his single, ‘Taking’. Now he’s back, with his latest release, ‘down the line’.

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Jess Glynne, Too Many Zoos And KDA Release ‘So Real (Warriors)’

Out today, ‘So Real (Warriors)’ is the new track from Jess Glynne, Too Many Zoos, and KDA.

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The All-American Rejects Self-Titled Debut Studio LP On Vinyl October 26 – Includes Rare Demos And Bonus 7″

‘The All-American Rejects’ is the self-titled debut studio album by American rock band The All-American Rejects, originally released October 15, 2002 by Doghouse Records. It was then re-released on February 4, 2003 by Dreamworks Records.

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Baby Raptors – ‘Warriors Of The Weekend’

Baby Raptors have released a Brooklyn-born and bred slice of electro-pop fun and abandonment with their latest track, ‘Warriors Of The Weekend’.

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Dexstarity – ‘FEFE’ (SK1WVLKR Remix)

Dexstarity was born in New York City and brings all his life experiences, and things he enjoys personally, and puts it all into his music. His latest release, ‘FEFE (SK1WVLKR Remix)’ is upbeat and fun track, guaranteed to get you up and about.

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Adina E – ‘I Couldn’t Help Myself’

Adina E – real name Adina Even-Zohar – seamlessly blends indie sound production with stunningly compelling visuals to fully convey her overall artistic vision. Adina E grew up in New York City and now lives in Israel. Her latest single, ‘I Couldn’t Help Myself’, is from her new album.

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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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Navakaine – ‘Skyliner’

Navakaine, with her name a reference to the pain killing drug, is soon to be everyone’s new addiction. The singer who grew up in Indonesia but is now based in New York City, has released her debut single, ‘Skyline’.

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Interpol – ‘The Rover’

New York City’s Interpol were one of the main exponents of the post-punk revival of the 2000s and 2010s, before taking inspiration from Joy Division and The Strokes, and guiding their sound towards a more indie approach. Their lyrics are filled with detached thoughts, characters, and observations, highlighting their integrity and morality.

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The Soft Underground – ‘Ghosts’

‘Ghosts’, from the album ‘Morning World’, is the follow-up to ‘Rachel’, from New York City based The Soft Underground.

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The Soft Underground – ‘Morning World’ Is A Post Punk Delight

The Soft Underground are from the outskirts of Manhattan, in New York City, but nevertheless are feted as modern successors to the bands of Seattle’s alt scene, from the 90s.

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FNA Releases Single ‘Take Him Out’

Based in New York City, FNA are a shadow collective, whose latest release, the single, ‘Take Him Out’, is a prelude to their upcoming Babylon Dying project.

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Just Loud – ‘Electrified’

Just Loud harnesses influences from MGMT, and Foster The People, as well as electro-pop visuals, and hair like The Weeknd. Not only that, he can sing damned well.

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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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Rachael Sage Returns With Her New Single ‘Spark’, A Beautifully Honest Track About New Beginnings

Intertwining infectiously catchy melodies with beautifully honest lyricism, Rachael Sage’s new single ‘Spark’ is everything that we have come to expect from an artist whose creative talent knows no bounds.

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Heather O’Neill Releases ‘Lady Blue’ And ‘Transmute’ Ahead Of New EP

Born in Ireland and raised in the suburbs of Chicago, Heather O’Neill is a modern day gypsy, having lived in 18 other locations before the age of 30. The experience enabled her to have a deeply insightful world-view, which naturally moved over into her music. Her latest tracks, ‘Lady Blue’, and ‘Transmute’, evince her style, which is a provocative blend of singer-songwriter blues, infused with elements of soul, rock, and folk.

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