Los Angeles based Dustbowl Revival have spent a decade pushing the boundaries of American roots music, creating uplifting songs that fuse folk, funk and soul and performing transcendent live shows that have seen the L.A. Weekly newspaper crown them the city’s ‘Best Live Band’. Produced by Sam Kassirer and engineered by Brian Joseph, their upcoming new album ‘Is It You, Is It Me’ represents the latest stage in the development of a band that never ceases to evolve.

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 A day ahead of its official release, San Francisco-based duo Beatific have premiered “Smile Dangerous,” the second single from upcoming debut EP Sunshine and first foray into synth-pop anthems after the sun-dappled folk-pop of lead single “She Loves Him.”

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Young Guv is dedicated and prolific songwriter Ben Cook. He’s announced the second part of his double LP series, GUV II, coming via Run For Cover on October 25. Just off the heels of GUV I released earlier in the summer.

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Andy Shauf will release The Neon Skyline, his most direct and emotionally-rich work yet, on January 24th via ANTI- with a European tour following in March and April.

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Just two weeks ahead of their debut LP, SECRETS, New Zealand hard rockers Written by Wolves have premiered the final advance single from the album, “As Long As It Takes,” over on Kerrang!

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Founded in Athens, Georgia by twin brothers Reid and Blaze Bateh, and bassist William Brookshire, Bambara are now based in Brooklyn, NYC and have been steadily attracting attention since the release of their 2013 debut.

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New York’s premier brass funk band Lucky Chops have just released their self-titled debut album. It follows a series of inventive cover songs that have amassed millions of plays via Spotify and other digital platforms.

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We are excited to share the new single from Los Angeles psych icon Joel Jerome. He made a name for himself as the frontman and mastermind behind indie outfit Dios (Malos), who Pitchfork described as making California’s pop less predictable.

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UK cult-favourites Spearmint have released their new single ‘St. Thomas In The Darkness’. The band previously revealed a video for the track directed by Martin Gordon and filmed in the Observer Building, Hastings that has been left derelict for over 30 years.

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Los Angeles singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Rachel Mazer follows-up her debut DIY-success, How Do We Get By with the fun and flirtatious new video for “Is It So Wrong” premiering now on PopMatters.

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Having just wrapped up their biggest headline tour of the UK and Europe, Press Club are releasing Separate Houses, the latest single to come from their second album Wasted Energy.

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Son Little is pleased to share his new EP, invisible, out now on ANTI-. Recorded at Paris’s iconic Studios Ferber, the EP sees Little putting his songs in the hands of an outside producer Renaud Letang (Feist, Manu Chao) for the first time, offering up a tantalizing preview of Little’s third full-length album, set for release early next year.

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Australian musician and songwriter Tim Ayre is the latest artist to come out of Melbourne’s vibrant scene of creatives. Recently, he announced a new EP via Kitsuné Musique out on November 15, 2019.

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Junius Paul has announced his debut album ‘Ism’. Known to followers of International Anthem Record’s catalogue as a right-hand rhythmist for Makaya McCraven, known to followers of creative music as a next-generation torch-bearer for The Art Ensemble of Chicago, and known to many musicians as a multi-functional first chair bassist of the Chicago scene… Junius’s debut ‘Ism’ comes fairly deep into a prolific career of being a stone-cold backbone for countless others’ ensembles.

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Swedish band Pale Honey release their new single ‘Set me Free’, the first new music from the band since 2017 album ‘Devotion’. The single is accompanied with news of their third album, to be released in February 2020 on Bolero Recordings.

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Welsh-born folk songwriter James McArthur and his band the Head Gardeners have released new single ‘Tourist Town’.

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Young Knives today announce their first new music in four years, following the 2015 EP Something Awful and highly acclaimed 2013 album Sick Octave. New track Red Cherries emerges as quite possibly their most experimental work to date, accompanied with an intense video that puts bassist and vocalist Tom Bonsu-Dartnall front and centre of a brooding and unsettling scene.

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Genre-bending multidisciplinary electronic duo, Shanghai Restoration Project, return with their new single ‘Beeswax Chamber’. The track is taken from their new album due out 8th November entitled ‘Flashbacks In A Crystal Ball’, which will be released via Undercover Culture Music.

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