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Everyone loves to jam out to their favorite artists and classic hits, but let’s not forget about all the fresh talent constantly popping up around the world. From pop and indie to punk and post-hardcore, there’s always a new name in music waiting to be heard.  We know there’s a lot of faces to sift […]

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Our editor shares his personal favorite albums of 2020 — from artists such as Deep Sea Diver, Other Lives and Clem Snide.

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Happy release day to Sea Girls, their debut album Open Up Your Head dropped today and it is a banger of an album. To celebrate the release the band have also released a special live version of their new track Transplant With album Open Up Your Head, the band’s songwriting has elevated, with frontman Henry Camamile stepping into the spotlight as a genuine storyteller for his generation. The album is fit to burst with colorful melodies, guitar, and synth hooks – an explosion of joyous indie-rock held together to reflect Camamile’s darker songwriting on topics such as a previous traumatic head injury, the anxiety that ensued, and resulting adolescent vices. In accessing those darkest and least comfortable parts of himself the record becomes one of hope.  Henry admits his and Rory’s writing – and the bands performing – comes right from the heart. With storytelling being reminiscent of a young Brandon Flowers Henry explains; “I don’t buy all the love and flowers stuff. Real relationships fall apart, you get hurt and you have to deal with it so you do what you have to do to get over it. I think what has saved me is music.”  For more, go to: (Source)

 Sea Girls, have released the animated video for their fan-favorite ( it def one of our favorites!!) new single, ‘All I Want To Hear You Say’, taken from their forthcoming debut album Open Up Your Head – out August 14th on Polydor. The video was directed by Korean-Swedish duo Tjoff Koong Studios. The video takes you on an emotional rollercoaster. Lead vocalist Henry Camamile explains the video: “When I wrote this song I was trying to channel some emotional highs and lows of the likes of Kurt Cobain.” He continues, “Full of visual adrenalin, it builds with rushes of excitement and lack of control. Someone build a rollercoaster through the city and we’ll get on it.” For more, go to: (Source)

In these troubled times, America is embracing a wide swath of laptop and synth-driven pop stars. Meanwhile in the United Kingdom (the country that practically invented electro-pop), there’s a new consciousness of British guitar-rock bands plugging into guitars and turning up amps. And they’ve brought hooks and riffs to spare. Here are some of the […]

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