MUSIC REVIEWS

The Inoculated Canaries “Sneakers”

A girl is casually tying her shoes when she meets a friendly face on the stairway to the subway. Soon after, the pair are inseparable, basking in the glow of each other’s love, sharing the simple moments – like getting a new pair of sneakers – that a freshly-minted couple …

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The Cutthroat Brothers’ “Psykik Chemist”

Rolling out of the darkness with a gust of distorted guitar venom, The Cutthroat Brothers’ “Psykik Chemist” opens in a haze of overdriven strings that are quickly met with a rollicking percussive beat which launches the bludgeoning bassline into the spacey atmosphere from where it was first plucked. There’s some …

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Integriti Reeves releases Eu Vim Da Bahia (Single)

Clipped, yet melodic, guitar work opens Integriti Reeves’ single “Eu Vim Da Bahia” (“I Came From Bahia”) with such finesse that I was a believer in this song seconds in. The unobtrusive shake of percussion enters the arrangement and Reeves herself comes in with the certainty of a singer who …

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Mariela are creating a brand new strain of alternative music

INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/mariela.band/ Critics can’t seem to stop talking about the experimental sounds of the burgeoning American pop underground lately – and for good reason. Beneath the surface of mainstream commerciality, indie artists like Mariela are creating a brand new strain of alternative music that is as indebted to the surrealist …

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Satellītes “Love & Disaster”

Marching out of the darkness and into the light, a slick beat finds Jasmine Bleile ready to bring the house down in the new single from her Satellītes project titled “Love & Darkness,” which is out now everywhere that independent music is sold and streamed. The bass is shadier than …

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