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8-bit crEEps "weight"

8-bit crEEps have released a new single called "weight". This follows-up their latest EP, "Warm and Happy", which was released back in February.

The song speaks to the moment we find ourselves in with lines like "there's adventure in trying not to die". All proceeds from the singles will be donated to My Block, My Hood, My City.

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Eric Slingo "Nice To See You"

Eric Slingo has released a new single called "Nice To See You". This is just Eric's second official single and first since 2018, "Arrows at the Moon".

Sonically, this is anthemic pop with elements of rock and a very radio friendly sound.

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Post Radio "Counterfeits"

Post Radio has released his debut album, Counterfeits. This is the solo project of John Morton who has been performing and recording with several local musicians like Brendan Losch and Gia Margaret over the last decade.

The album's lead single is called "Fuse" and is accompanied by the video below.

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Alex Bracy "Rain"

Gutartist Alex Bracy has released the fourth single, "Rain", from his forthcoming debut album. This is Alt Rock in its purist form and an emotionally raw track that features Alex on all instruments.

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Rich Girls' center their defiance on new track "The Fighter"

There’s a bubbling defiance at the center of “The Fighter,” the new single by NYC-based art punk outfit Rich Girls. Against a forward-facing, march-inducing beat and heavy reverb electric guitar, bandleader Luisa Black’s vox maintains a steely defiance, embedding the track with an energy that’s both haunting and invigorating for the listener. Regarding the song, Black stated her inspiration came from the continued intolerance that preoccupied her thoughts throughout 2020: “Fuck bigots, it’s all I thought about this year. If it’s about anything, it’s about that.” As such, consider adding “The Fighter” to your direct action playlist, and purchasing a digital copy on Bandcamp — all proceeds of the track’s sales will be donated to the Southern Poverty Law Center — and give it a listen below.
 

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