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5. The Halfs- Anything

The Halfs are Jasper Boyd and Nina Petropolous. Listen to their first full-length release Orange Juice With Pulp if you like dream pop, fishing stories, and psychedelia.  

4. Mafama- Sonny

"There was never an aim with the band other than to make sweet sounds, unbound by genre. Pop music has become so terribly harmless and predictable, we all agreed that something needed to be done." - Mafama

3. Purrple- Tide 

Chicago-based duo: Jay Bends on lyrics/vocals and Sky Adler on production/engineering. Their entire album was made in a bedroom studio.

2. Fear Club- Portico Quartet - Steepless (Fear Club Remix)

Robin Huqueleux a.k.a Fear Club is a 24 year old musician, graphic designer and a “do-it-yourselfer” based in Paris, France. He began recording electronic music in 2012. His sound is serving up addictive dreampop, ambient tunes that are perfect for the Spring and Summer seasons. Fear Club aims to capture “our nostalgia of sunny days when summer is gone.”

1. Intuition- Best Fool

Los Angeles MC (by the way of North Pole, Alaska) Intuition continues his climb to stardom with another stellar release with producer Equalibrum.

Rob Sonic  - Jesus Christ Super Tramp - OK-47 Records

Rob Sonic - Jesus Christ Super Tramp

by OK-47 Records
album Alice in Thunderdome

"Jesus Christ Super Tramp" is from Rob Sonic's new album Alice in Thunderdome out now.  

Sonic, an elder-statesman of the New York hip-hop scene for almost two decades, has previously put out solo releases on Definitive Jux as well as part of Rhymesayers trio Hail Mary Mallon (With Aesop Rock and DJ Big Whiz) and, prior to that, in east coast cult classic duo Sonic Sum. Alice in Thunderdome is arriving on his own OK-47 Records imprint.

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Philadelphia - Mumblr


by Mumblr
album Full of Snakes

After numerous EPs, splits, and random DIY recordings, Philadelphia-based foursome Mumblr are ready to bare it all on their first full-length album, Full of Snakes, due out September 16th via Fleeting Youth Records.
Full of Snakes is a phrase drummer Scott Stitzer made up to describe how he felt after a night of hard drinking, but when you hear the subjects lead singer Nick Morrison tackles throughout the album, it could easily describe the struggles, inner demons, anxieties, fears, and confused emotions coiling through his mind while transitioning from youth to adulthood. Every song is a cathartic release of emotion as Morrison reflects on the loss of innocence, race, relationships, self-esteem, and the fight against growing up over fuzz-fueled guitars and powerful rhythms. 
The first song from the album is "Philadelphia," a portrait of the city they live in and love.

Here is the video for "All The Royal Years Are Gone" from Brooklyn-based five-piece Clouder's sophomore album, Sister Raygun, released earlier this year via Fleeting Youth Records.

The live footage was filmed at Pianos in Brooklyn, New York by director Bryan Bruchman. If you’ve never seen Clouder live, the video does well in capturing what you can expect: Steve Spinella (guitar), Matt Revie (guitar), Jim Woods (drums), and Max Goransson (bass) charging full-force as charismatic lead singer Eric Gilstrap plays the role of pied piper, enticing fans to interact, get close, and come face-to-face as he wails an anthem about playing shows and conquering lame bands around the world.

Listen to more from Clouder here