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Ryan D White Offers “We Are the Dreamers” For this weeks free download.

RyanDWhoteBlogSliderSounding like a mashup of Disclosure and The National (I’m not kidding) Ryan D White and his second single “We Are the Dreamers” just can’t sit still. Refusing to be pigeonholed, Colorado crooner/producer showcases his production chops with “Dreamers,” a song that wears it’s heart openly on the sleeve, yet keeps White’s heartfelt, poetic, completely devoid of pretension aesthetic. “We Are the Dreamers” starts with a laid-back lounge drum machine beat, but quickly builds to the heart of the song. Two lovers on a moonless night, driven by love and a desire to build their own reality, one far removed from commercial neon..
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Daena Jay Offers “I Will” For this weeks free download.

DaenaJayBlogSliderIn contrast to her debut EP When The Bough BreaksSUBDIVISION takes on a more aggressive and bold sound with a beat-based musicality and rhythmic vocal melodies. Lyrically, SUBDIVSION has fewer introspective and melancholy moments while capturing more visceral and primal expressions. Daena seems to throw herself headlong into love, the sensual, the unknown. In the chorus of “I’m No Good” Daena demands, “I wanna feel your heart beat for me”. Gone are the misgivings of the richly layered When The Bough Breaks, replaced with SUBDIVISION’s newfound courage.

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FIM Offers “Love Die” For this weeks free download.

FIMImageBlogSliderThe new EP Alien Beach Party, by LA-based experimental indie-pop quartet FIM, is like a puzzle. Side A is beguiling, noisy and manic, recalling the early freakouts of Butthole Surfers, Ween and Frank Zappa. “Love Die” the last track on Side A, signals a shift to the more chill, indie pop side of FIM. The track has a pulsing Casio beat (think Eddy Grant’s 80s classic “Electric Avenue”) and then enters a lounge vibe, like the calm after the storm, or the party after the apocalypse. This is not Serge Gainsbourg, Stereolab lounge chill. This is more like the downer after the acid shifts gears, and the night takes on a slower vibe. By retaining that Ariel Pink, lo-fi mastery, “Love Die” serves as the perfect transition to the B-Side of the EP.

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Wildlife Offers “Born To Ruin” For this weeks free download.

WildLifeBlogSliderConceived in the Gaelic mists of Scotland, Wildlife was born when lead singer/guitarist Dean Povinsky relocated to Glasgow from Kingston, Ontario in 2005 with his Queens University college mate/guitarist Darryl Smith. After spending time in the dark rainy climes of Scotland, writing, recording and playing small venues, homesickness set in and the band members decided to abandon the project and return to Canada.

Upon his return to Canada, Dean moved to Toronto and reconstituted the band with childhood friend and guitarist Graham Plant, they brought in drummer Dwayne Christie, bassist Derek Bosomwith and Tim Daugulis on keyboards. The newly minted version of Wildlife immediately began building their vision for the future, writing, recording and playing gigs throughout Southern Ontario. Word of the band’s music began to spread swiftly, winning over the hearts and minds of indie rock fans everywhere and garnering much early love from music critics on both sides of the border.

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Confluence Offers “The Only Thing Constant” For this weeks free download.

ConfulenceBlogSliderAccording to the band, “The Only Thing Constant” was inspired by the phrase “the only thing constant is change.” The song makes allusions to time passing too fast, and ultimately, that we will all face death someday. Until then, we must live each day to the best of our ability

The group have known each other for nearly a decade, playing with each other in various musical incarnations over the years. After Gassman’s previous band broke up in summer 2011, Alan Hubbard, Spenser Leighton and Gassman began messing around as a trio. While they wrote a few songs, they knew something was missing. By February of 2012, that something was found when Brett DeWire joined the group. Their new groove and riff-driven sound developed out of months of playing live and workshopping new material, and gives a glimpse at the entertaining variety of their live shows.

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Kotorino Offers “Never Had a Chance” For this weeks free download.

KotorinoBlodSliderThe makeup of the band varies from gig to gig, and as many as ten musicians and friends play with the band at any given point. That flexibility is a mark of Kotorino, who pick and choose elements from multiple genres.

“Being in a hyphenated composite genre band myself, what I lose in lack of community and deep tradition, I gain in being able to pick and choose from a wide variety of backgrounds and influences,” Morris said, explaining the band’s genre-flexibility. “We are from New York City, where the culture is the mix of cultures.”

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David Bronson Offers “Times” For this weeks free download.

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NYC-based singer-songwriter David Bronson is currently putting the finishing touches on what will be his first album of all-new material in ten years.  Working once again with Lou Reed producer Godfrey Diamond, Bronson’s as-yet-untitled new collection will be made extra special by some of the guests that will appear on the recordings, including vocalist Robin Clark and guitarist Carlos Alomar.

Bronson excitedly explains, “Robin is famously one of the voices of David Bowie’s ‘Young Americans” and Carlos was the guitarist on some of Bowie’s biggest hits, including ‘Young Americans,’ ‘Heroes,’ and ‘Fame,’ which he co-wrote with Bowie and John Lennon. Benefitting from Godfrey’s decades of experience, this new album has been done in a very different manner than the first two,” Bronson says of the new material, which follows-up 2013’s “The Long Lost Story,” comprised of two separate albums (Story and The Long Lost) that were recorded a decade earlier, but hidden until last year due to the painful nature of the content. “The new album is very far along, and sound-wise, it’s a whole different thing, a real evolution from ‘The Long Lost Story’ and the first music I’ll be putting out that’s contemporaneous with my actual life.”

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The Noise FM Offers “Keep Me In the Dark” For this weeks free download.

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Brothers Austin and Alex formed The Noise FM in Fort Scott, Kansas, a town of 8,000 in southeast Kansas before relocating to the city of Chicago in 2010. Their new album Attraction was inspired by their move from Kansas to Chicago, going from a city where they had a solid fanbase to starting over in a brand new town without knowing anyone.

The frustration and anxiety about their move are evident in many of the tracks on Attraction, which was recorded at Waterdog Studios in Chicago. The overarching theme of the record is evident in the title–the attraction, or pull toward forces both positive and negative.

Attraction is the sound of us having fun, and writing the kind of record we would want to listen to. Every song has a distinct feel and sound, and the record is influenced by the wide variety of music we like to listen to.”

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Another Dead Clown Offers “Akashic Field” For this weeks free download.

ADCBlogSlider2014In the beginning, ADC started out as a joke, both literally and figuratively: a goofy name used to represent a bad idea, and the band an excuse to pass some time and kill a fifth of whiskey. Gradually, it morphed into something more profound and indeed serious. After several permutations, the band distilled down to a dedicated four-piece, with Chris, Gerad, Meagan and Ian forming the core of Another Dead Clown. After some disastrous early gigs, the band drove 150 miles north from New York to Ludlow, MA. After clearing the barn on Sweet Local Farm of hay bales and assorted agricultural implements, their debut LP This May Not Work began to take shape, and the rest, as they say, is history in the making.

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FIM Offers “Fast Cars” For this weeks free download.

FimBlogSliderFormed in 2009 by childhood friends Nick Biddle, Willem Broad, and Brandon Rauch, and later Rhea Fowler (Keys/Bass/Violin), Fim (translated as End in Portuguese) came together through a love of shared influences, namely bad horror films and challenging music. “We think it is really important for a band to have a distinct sound,” explains the band. “With that being said, being able to bend through genres is something we really love to do.” “Fast Cars” kicks off the album with a disco groove and pulsing beat, only to segue seamlessly into “Shit God Damn,” a cacophony of punk energy with chugging bass line and strangled vocals. The B-side then harnesses a chill, contemplative vibe, with the band tapping into their more rhythmic, dub side. Alien Beach Party was self recorded and produced at different locations in L.A from apartment buildings to garages, and mixed by Richard Huredia (Dr. Dre, Outkast).

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