New Music

Eves Karydas – “Reruns”

From her EP “Reruns” (2021):

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Marble Eyes – “You Can’t Fool Me”

Dubbed the ‘Rock & Roll For The Soul’ supergroup, this quartet fused together members of other bands to bring a burst of positive energy to the pandemic. Consisting of Eric Gould (Pink Talking Fish), Adrian Tramontano (Kung Fu), Mike Carter (The Indobox) and Max Chase (Amulus), they penned over 50 songs together during lockdown. They debuted their retro-rock sound on “Tollbooth” last month.

Adding a funky vibe to invigorating, 70s-inspired rock, their new single certainly gets the blood pumping. Taken from their upcoming debut album “Return To The Roses”, expected on October 21, it’s the unrelenting rhythm and the vintage howl of the electric guitars that packs this jam with pure energy. And with some mighty vocals singing about relationship trust, this is rousing rock at its best.

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Music History

Elle King – “Ex’s & Oh’s”

From her album “Love Stuff” (2015):

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New Music

Cosmo’s Midnight – “Titanic”

Returning with a scintillating funkalicious groove, this is the new single by Australian duo Cosmo’s Midnight:

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Haley Johnsen – “Goner”

Born in Portland, this prolific singer and songwriter grew up as a competitive gymnast, which gave her the drive to go outside her comfort zone. This also translated to her songwriting skills and in a span of three years she penned over 200 songs in her parents’ shed. Influenced by powerhouse voices like Grace Potter, Brandi Carlile and Annie Lennox, she debuted with “Feel The Water” in 2015.

Written in a bathtub in a vintage trailer in the midst of an existential crisis, her new single is a soul-searching journey put to music. Laying a dreamy soundscape foundation, it’s the breezy guitars, 70s-touched folky vibes and a perky rhythm that fuse into a sun-drenched groove. And with her honey-dipped vocals coasting the soundwaves, this vivid nostalgic daydream is here to stay.

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Music History

The Brothers Johnson – “I’ll Be Good To You”

From their album “Look Out For #1” (1976):

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