I’ve spent a good amount of time when I didn’t have a working vehicle on a Greyhound bus seeing the country from a big dirty window,” singer and songwriter Jeremy Ivey says of his latest song’s inspirations. “Everyone on a Greyhound seems homeless, even if it’s just a temporary thing. In transit, between two lives. Everyone seems like they are in the throes of some intense drama. An alcoholic returning to a rehab in Tuscaloosa, a retired tollbooth operator with a Christmas present for his estranged son in Chattanooga. It’s like a mobile society. A modern caravan through a burned-out Canaan.”

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Nashville based kraut-punk project Faux Ferocious announces a European Tour and the release of a new video for single “Price of Progress” via Post-Trash. The cut comes from their full-length album Pretty Groovy, released earlier this year via Burger Records.

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Dublin avant-rock 5-piece BATS have announced details of their first new album in 7 years, ‘Alter Nature’, and have shared the first single to be taken from the record, ‘Old Hitler’. 

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California legends Redd Kross have released “When Do I Get To Sing ‘My Way’” the latest single to be lifted from their much-anticipated album Beyond The Door out August 23rd on Merge Records. On “When Do I Get To Sing “My Way’ Redd Kross reinterpret the beloved Sparks single with a new blast of fresh hooks and hum-able melodies. 

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This September 6th, Wintersleep will release two new singles Free Fall and Fading Out via Dine Alone Records. Originally released together on an exclusive 7” for Record Store Day. It’s a release that became the #1 seller at the Canadian national event. They will be available digitally worldwide for the first time.

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LA post-punk trio Automatic have released the limited-edition vinyl for their lead single “Calling It” via Stones Throw Records. The 7″ pressing also features a cover of Delta 5’s “Mind Your Own Business,” which is also now available on all streaming services. The single, taken from the band’s forthcoming debut album Signal, captures the restlessness of feeling adrift and wanting to start over, encapsulating the deeply-rooted angst that informs the album’s songwriting.

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Like a more self-deprecating, decidedly morose John Prine, or perhaps a more jovial Guy Clark, New Jersey native Darrin Bradbury’s songs are riddled with hilarious, obvious-once-you-hear-them observations on mundane everyday life.

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Philadelphia oddball trio GREAT TIME premiered they’re groovy new single,”Rushin”, with a stutter-step video “Rushin’ bridges the sonic gap between Thundercat and Men I Trust.” Writer Sean Kayden wrote. The triad infuses an assortment of sonic accents ranging from funk, soul, and dance-pop, with the airy, eclectic endeavour offering up jazzy arrangements, groovy bass lines, and Prince-style weeping melodies.”

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Following the breadth of 2015’s live and post-processed electro-acoustic release Paradigm Shift, bassist Michael Janisch launches new project Worlds Collide with a band featuring saxophonist John O’Gallagher, trumpeter Jason Palmer, guitarist Rez Abbasi and drummer Clarence Penn. Recorded in Abbey Road’s legendary Studio 3, and engineered/mastered by Tyler McDiarmid, it also includes guest saxophonist George Crowley, keyboardist John Escreet and drummer/percussionist Andrew Bain.

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Los Angeles-via-Denver guitarist Jamey Arent releases his debut EP The Back Burner produced by modern-legend guitarist Josh Smith and features Nigel Hall (Lettuce, Soulive),  Charles Jones (Raphael Saadiq, Vulfpeck), Amber Navaran (Moonchild) and more!

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Mariama was born in Sierra Leone but raised in Germany. ‘Love, Sweat And Tears’ is her second album and is inspired by her travels throughout Europe and Africa as well as various recent professional and personal encounters. Part of an ongoing search for artistic freedom and independence, the record’s fourteen songs create one of the most beautiful sonic excursions into the Soul of global Folk and the electronic energy of modern R&B. 

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New Zealand rock act Written by Wolves have announced their upcoming debut record, SECRETS, and premiered its lead-off single, “Tell Me What You’re Running From?”, with a parkour-packed, high energy video.

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Canadian quartet Hammerhands have been grinding since 2013, having performed with the likes of Sons of Otis, Telekinetic Yeti, King Buffalo, and the Great Sabatini, the band have built a solid following by fluidly integrating elements of doom, stoner rock, and noise with a penchant for technical and thematic constructs that yield relentless heaviness. Now, three years on from their critically acclaimed album ‘Largo Forte’, they are ready to release their third full-length album ‘Model Citizen’.

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After the success of their debut EP released earlier this year, and standout performances at The Great Escape, Brighton’s FUR return with their first new material since in the form of “Nothing (Until Something Else Comes Along)”, 3 minutes of perfect, hook-filled pop music.

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Montreal based producer Matveï debuts “Distance (feat. Alyss)” from his forthcoming EP via Kitsuné Musique. Brought up on Rap and EDM, Matveï mixes an exciting cocktail of house and urban club, imprinting on the sounds of KAYTRANADA, Disclosure, Sam Gellaitry and other artists of the like. 

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Foxing are playing a run of European and UK live dates this month, including a London show where they will be supported by Norway’s Spielbergs. The show has been upgraded from The Lexington to The Dome due to overwhelming demand for tickets.

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London’s Dry Cleaning have announced their much-anticipated debut EP “Sweet Princess”, set for release August 16th on the It’s OK imprint.

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Los Angeles songwriter/musician Tracy Bryant debuts “Nightmare” from his forthcoming full-length Hush due out August 30th, 2019 via First and Foremost Records. Known for his rollicking, zoned out garage-rock, Bryant returns to form on “The Nightmare.” IMPOSE Magazine praised the “duelling guitars, pulsating percussion, and hypnotic choruses,” saying, “Bryant crafts a searing garage-pop anthem”

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