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Rich Robbins "SLIDE"

Rich Robbins has released a single called "SLIDE". The track features a sultry beat from DevonWho and is accompanied by a great Zoe Kraft directed video.

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Take a chill pill with JW Francis on "Everything," plays Berlin 2.20

The lofi indie of JW Francis has a permissive, mellow quality, the type of music you might use as the soundtrack to a Super 8 home movie of you and your friends chilling about Prospect Park on a perfect summer day — and this vibe continues with his infectiously chill latest single “Everything.” Against blue wave chords and psych production stylings, Francis’ vox lazily drifts through the scene, sliding and homespun, espousing both a desire to tell his beloved that “he wants to tell [them] everything,” but also “wants to see what we can figure out on our own.” A short sweet song on discerning life’s enchanting mysteries in time, it’s perfect for fans of artists such as Makeout Videotape or Soko — listen below ahead of his show on Thursday, February 20th at Berlin.

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Personal Trainer's toes the line on debut "Backyard"

New York and Philly-based indie trio Personal Trainer modulate between energies hushed and explosive on debut single “Backyard,” a standout first release that demonstrates the group’s aptitude for powerfully anthemic songwriting. This is in large part due to the immense restraint that separates the track’s verses from its immediately sing-alongable chorus; underpinning lead vocalist Melina Harris’ initially quiet performance are the soft palpitations of a muted percussive backbone and feedback-adjacent guitar arpeggios, both of which come to the precipice of burning it all down before artfully scaling back. Personal Trainer’s balancing act eventually leads to a rip-roaring, instantly memorable vamp (“Well I’m making the rules as I go”), accentuated by harmonies and scorching garage rock riffs, delivering a satisfying, triumphant listen. No NYC gigs on the horizon (though they are playing in New Haven on May 26th), so stream the track below in the meantime. —Connor Beckett McInerney

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Beach Bunny "Honeymoon"

The debut full-length, Honeymoon, from Beach Bunny is out today, February 14th, via Mom + Pop. The album's latest single is called "Promises" and is accompanied by the video below directed by everybody's baby.

Beach Bunny will be performing a sold out show at Metro on February 22nd. The band will also be performing in-store and signing copies of the album at Reckless Records Wicker Park tonight, Feb. 14th, from 6 to 9pm. 

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Eyedress releases retro-romantic Valentine's Day track "Let's Skip To The Wedding"

Just in time for Valentine's Day, Eyedress has put out a new song called "Let's Skip To The Wedding", along with its video. Idris Vicuña, the mind behind Eyedress, goes full force with his dream-pop stylings that smack of Ariel Pink and Drab Majesty. His droning voice hums over twinkling synths and lo-fi guitars in a simple ode to love that lasts just under two minutes. Short, sweet, and filled with the kind of vibe that'll make you want to fall in love, Eyedress -- who just moved back to California from spending time in Manila -- is bound to make Los Angeles fall in love with them. Take a look at the video for "Let's Skip To The Wedding" below. - Will Sisskind

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