Superfan Announces Debut Album ‘Tow Truck Jesus’ Out 6/28; Shares Single “75 Germany”

WATCH: https://youtu.be/wjf5JclKNeM LISTEN: https://superfan.ffm.to/75germany Superfan, the alias of Kali Flanagan, announces his debut album, Tow Truck Jesus out June 28th via Nettwerk. The album, written between the Falls of 2022 and 2023, comprises 11 intricate chronological songs that detail the journey of a young man’s coming of age. The new music features overdriven detuned guitars and Casio keyboards with a charming…

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Theo Kandel Unveils New Single “Lunch;” Signs To Nettwerk

NYC-born, LA-based singer, songwriter, producer, and multi-instrumentalist Theo Kandel unveils his new single “Lunch,” alongside the exciting news of signing with Nettwerk Music Group. Theo’s musical approach centers on capturing the essence of everyday life and infusing it with a sense of wonder. This ethos permeates his finely crafted folk tunes, infused with just the right amount of rock energy, propelling…

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Rock Band The Haunt Makes A Loud Statement With New EP ‘Do Not Resuscitate’

Today, Florida rock band The Haunt drops their edgy, heavy hitting new EP Do Not Resuscitate. The duo, comprised of siblings Anastasia Grace Haunt [vocals] and Maxamillion “Max” Haunt [vocals, guitar, production], are uninhibited, embracing vulnerability and a more mature sound on the new body of work. Listen HERE. “We took more of a rock-forward approach on this EP,” Max notes. “We’ve fully stepped into…

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Indie Pop Band The Collection Announces New Album ‘Little Deaths’ Out August 9

Indie-pop band The Collection is thrilled to announce their new album Little Deaths, out August 9th with Nettwerk. The music explores the aches, joys, and acceptance of deep, personal growth after frontman David Wimbish became sober during the pandemic. Little Deaths shows raw vulnerability by rearranging the songs with unconventional instruments, from duct-taped pianos to rubber-bridged guitars, giving each piece  an intimate…

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Renowned Artist Taylor Deupree Announces ‘Sti.ll,’ An Acoustic Rework Of His Seminal 2002 Album; Shares “Temper”

Today, renowned ambient artist and mastering engineer Taylor Deupree is proud to announce Sti.ll, an elaborate, authorative acoustic re-imagining of his seminal electronic album Stil. (2002). He shares the first glimpse into the rework with “temper.” Where the original is stark and haunting with looping glitchy beeps, buzzes, and deep, synthetic hums, the rework finds a way to root the sounds on solid…

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Alt-Pop Trio Smallpools Releases Part One Of Their Cinematic EP ‘Ghost Town Road (East)’

Alt-pop trio Smallpools are entering a bold new era with the cinematic new EP Ghost Town Road (east), part one of their forthcoming full-length album out later this year. Written and recorded at guitarist Michael Kamerman’s house in Los Angeles, with collaborations from colin creeV of Third Eye Blind and Mitchy Collins of lovelytheband, the results are rife with…

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philine Unveils Debut Single “green” from Upcoming EP

Rising indie artist philine is set to captivate listeners with her debut single “green”. The track serves as a compelling introduction to her upcoming EP, offering a glimpse into her introspective songwriting and ethereal soundscapes. With “green,” philine transports listeners on a mesmerizing journey through lush acoustic guitar melodies and a delicate beat, setting the stage for…

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Indie Folk Trio Oliver Hazard Blends Upbeat Harmonies and Vulnerable Lyrics In New Single “Haunted”

Indie-folk trio Oliver Hazard releases their poignant single, “Haunted,” the debut track from their forthcoming release. “Haunted” offers a unique blend of upbeat harmonies and vulnerable lyrics that touch on heartbreak and the absence of someone special. Listen HERE. “This is a song about being haunted by love. It was originally written in the 200-year-old house that I…

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Last Dinosaurs Unveil Second Transmission: “KYO”; Share The Head-Spinning “Paranoia Paradise” Music Video

Today, indie rock trio Last Dinosaurs unveil their second “transmission” KYO, concluding the two-part storyline initiated by the space-age RYU, last year. Together, KYORYU, combines to form the soundtrack for the manga created with friend and writer Erick Carrara and artists Em Niwa (KYO) and Chris Yee (RYU). The KYORYU manga details the dystopian future storyline, further immersing fans and listeners into their world.  Lach explains, “It is inspired by the…

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Montreal Goth-Folk Songwriter Flower Face Returns With New Song + Video “Cat’s Cradle”

Today, Montreal goth-folk songwriter Ruby McKinnon, better known as Flower Face, makes her return with the dark and brooding “Cat’s Cradle.” Exploring the fine line between adoration and obsession, Flower Face’s hushed vocals dance amongst falling melodies from sullen strings and watery pianos. The chorus builds to the sinister line: “Oh no, you don’t know my name / but…

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