Tag: New Music

New Music Flavor – Chiiild

Years of carefully blending soulful psychedelic sounds with R&B rhythms, Avant Garden’s Chiiild emerges on the scene with his debut EP “Synthetic Soul”. As a pre-cursor to the EP, he slowly began dishing out singles last year, starting with “Count Me Out”. Montreal based, originally from Ethiopia, he adds a new type of spice to

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Fresh Singles February 2020

Hi… me once again, I know I’m back (too soon), we all know that Fridays are an exciting day, and in this case I’m talking about music, is the best the of the week about New Music. I have this Playlsit that I work and update daily named Fresh Singles (right now over 460 tracks

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New Music Flavor – The Growlers

*Please note this article was written before the allegations and shut down of Burger Records. This article was written in earnest, but some contents of this article are no longer in line with my opinion. It’s February 14th….why does this feel like it’s supposed to be a significant day? Oh yeah! It’s a Friday! Which

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New On The Groove

Classy Cassie here, and one thing you should know about me is that almost NOTHING excites me more than checking out an artist I’ve never seen or heard of before. I have deep rooted love and admiration for the legends that built the platform to allow all these slinky new genres to fill up the

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Sunday with George: Baroness- Gold & Grey

In his autobiography, Miles Davis opined very specifically about what kind of music he likes, saying, “… I like raw shit, live, raunchy, get down, get back in the alley shit…” On their fifth LP, Gold & Grey, Baroness were most likely not making a conscious effort to please the late jazz titan. However, were

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Best New Tracks 10/30/19

This is our weekly best new tracks article. We cover mostly brand new songs but also some gems from the last few weeks. Follow our playlist if you want to follow on Spotify or if you hate my writing and just want the music: Dead Battery – L’Orange and Jeremiah Jae Oh man, this song

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Complicate Your Life With Violence Is A Masterpiece and Right Up There with Bandana for Hip Hop AOTY

First of all, shouts out to Bandcamp for being the best music site on the planet (besides Indie Pong of course) and constantly shining a spotlight on unique acts from all around the world. Bandcamp is my favorite website to find new music on for sure, here is the original write up they did in

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The beginning of an era: The Indie Pong Era

It was late, about 2:30am, on a Thursday. I had just sent my thirteenth consecutive text to my friend Austin about my top 20 Outkast songs list I had made, equally spaced out so he would get the alerts in even intervals all night. There is nothing better than waking up to texts from your

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