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Bent Knee

Bent Knee

Bent Knee are one of a kind. They play a strange blend of theatrical art rock and singer/songwriter-esque alternative, and they’re undeniably weird. Frontwoman Courtney Swain is one of the most powerful, distinct, and underrated vocalists in the game. Say So by Bent Knee

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Bright Dog Red

Bright Dog Red

New York’s experimental outfit Bright Dog Red breathe life into their music, evolving with each subsequent sonic experiment they engage in. BDR is experimental and electronic and jazz and hip-hip and ambient and appreciation for creation all wrapped up in one incredibly interesting package. Get lost in Bright Dog Red’s latest offering, “Bullet Proof Shoes,” and revel...

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No Right

No Right

Straight Edge Hardcore band, No Right, absolutely kills it on their demo. Grungy, raw and just downright heavy.   No Right DEMO by No Right

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Boarchucker

Boarchucker

Boarchucker are a Progressive Experimental Stoner Rock Duo from California They mix Math Rock with Stoner Doom with elements of Progressive Rock too. This is a band I didn’t know I needed until I found them, and I’m glad I did. FFO: Red Fang, Mastodon, Cryptic Ruse, Sleep and Baroness Self-Titled by Boarchucker

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blushh

blushh

Blushing is cool, it means you give a shit about something. That said, you should give a shit about blushh and their So-Cal lo-fi grunge feels and their new single “I don’t wanna leave.”

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Ian Cahill & Hamsa

Ian Cahill & Hamsa

Ian Cahill (Digital Den Records) and Hamsa (ambassadors to Puerto Rico’s underground electronic movement) offer their song of solidarity, “Despierta,” to the May 1st movement against the Puerto Rican government’s apathy towards auditing their overwhelming national debt crisis.

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