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Varaha "Reves"

Atmospheric rock group Varaha has released a trailer for their new single, "Reves", which will be released on June 26th. This track is a re-imagining of the track Severance from their 2019 album, A Passage For Lost Years.

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Half Gringa "Force To Reckon"

Half Gringa (aka Izzy Olive) has announced that here sophomore album, Force To Reckon, will be released on August 28th. This album is the follow-up to her highly acclaimed 2017 debut Gruñona, and will feature the 2019 single "Teggsas".

To coincide with the announced she has released the album's opening track "1990".

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Dehd "Flood"

Dehd has released a new single and video, “Flood,” from their sophomore album, Flower of Devotion, out July 17th on Fire Talk. This follows the album's lead single, "Loner", and is accompanied by a great video directed by Andrew Miller & Emily Kempf.

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From the Submissions: ROHIL’s “CITRUS”

Writer, filmmaker, and musician Rohil Aniruth penned his latest single “CITRUS” while “sitting on a fire escape in New York,” a backstory that immediately colors the single’s somber, wandering narrative in terms relatable. In between lyrics sporadically examining the artist’s precarious psyche (“I’m all alone again, this time don’t feel the same”), Rohil’s electric guitar stumbles forwards in a dissociative manner. Paired with a growling, soft-spoken baritone, it becomes easy to imagine Aniruth quietly noodling about on a lurid summer night, recounting details of past love in a bittersweet manner. Such qualities make“CITRUS” is a track for those up far later than they intended, turning over the people who’ve “stained [their] brain,” wishing well to those who’ve moved on while maintaining hope to do the same one day — stream it the next time you're feeling ruminative after midnight.

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J Bengoy wax forlornly on youth in new single “Stick Up Kids”

Burlington-by-way-of-New York outfit J Bengoy pivot towards a more synth-forward sound on new single “Stick Up Kids.” Keeping the same anthemic approach to songwriting that characterized their 2018 LP Dogwood Winter, the new single finds the recently relocated Brooklyn group centering their sound around cool keys, though some nice syncopation between strings and synth lends some energy to the song’s wistful, somewhat dreamy chorus detailing bygone days of “dumb teenage fun.” Regardless of the pivot, J Bengoy retains their consummate approach to crafting earworm indie bops — stream it below ahead of their forthcoming sophomore album American Camp, out later this summer.

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