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Maurice "Steamed Brocoli"

Expiremental Rock group Maurice has released the second single, "Steamed Brocoli", from their forthcoming EP. This song, just as the first single, "Quarantine Single #1", was record remotely pushing the group sound in an unintended new direction.

Maurice is the work of David Grant (Electric Piano, Clavinet), Moses Aguilar (Guitar), Kevin Meyer (Bass), Corey McCafferty (Drums, Synthesizer), James Davis (trumpet, flugelhorn), and Jonathon Kirk (trombone, euphonium).

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Connect to dreams with Aalok Bala's hypnotic "Moon Juice"

Aalok Bala's sophomore single "Moon Juice" defies explanation, but Bala seeks to create music that helps people transcend any earthly reason. A blend of synths, Andean flutes, and effected percussion and vocals, Bala toys with sound to create hypnotic melodies and arrangements. The video for "Moon Juice" shows the kind of psychedelic visions Bala seeks to create with her music. Whooshing 3D environments of breathing alien landscapes, temples to unknowable deities, and windows into alternate worlds accentuate the spiritual inspiration that feeds Bala's artistic vision. "Moon Juice" follows Bala's debut single "Sueño", and will appear on her debut EP Sacred Mirror. Take a look at the video for "Moon Juice" below. - Will Sisskind

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Abigail Ory debuts fiery single "Waves"

To a sultry and dangerous blues crawl, Boston’s Abigail Ory enters, drenched in a hot and sticky passion few times encountered in music and elsewhere: the singer/songwriter’s latest single “Waves” is a milky sonic sea to bathe in. The heart-beat bass, the fuzzy electric guitar strums, and Ory’s velvety vocals all ignite the unison shifts that give life and edge to the track, fit for the most underground of clubs, for the best places to catch an evening-altering song. In “Waves,” Ory shows, at a young age, a maturity that separates her from the current crop of indie-pop artists, selecting with care influences beyond the available palette. Stream “Waves” below for a dramatic exit from the week, for a fiery entrance into the weekend. - Rene Cobar





Bethany Thomas "I'm Not Sorry and I'm Not Scared"

Singer/Songwriter/Actor Bethany Thomas has released the opening track from her forthcoming solo debut BT/She/Her which is due out August 28th.

This truly has to be one of the most powerful, stage setting, opening tracks of the year. It is actually a proclamation as Thomas declares “I no longer feel beholden to apologize for my body. My color, my size, the places I go or the space I occupy. If there’s a problem- it is surely yours.”

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Safehold "Loose Ends"

Emo Rapper Safehold has released the latest single, "Loose Ends", from his new album, Boyish, which is out today via Mutant League Records.

The single is accompanied by an Alex Zarek directed video and when asked about the track here is what Safehold had to say; "Loose Ends lyrically was supposed to represent partying and young lust. I think this story represents my years in high school, when I would desperately try to cling on to cool people who did not care about me in the slightest."

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