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Young Culture – “Pure Gold”
Pop rockers Young Culture debuted their new song “Pure Gold,” taken from their new EP Blue, out Nov. 24.
blackbear – “anxiety” (feat.FRND)
blackbear debuted his new track, “anxiety,” featuring FRND, taken from his forthcoming album cybersex.
Cheem – “Freakazoid”
Cheem debuted their math and emo blended new album, Downhill, earlier this year, featuring the track “Freakazoid.”
Lake Jons – “Breathe Out The Fumes”
Lake Jons debuted their new song “Breathe Out The Fumes,” the first official single from their self-titled, debut album due out Jan. 19.
Demob Happy – “Be Your Man”
Demob Happy released their new song “Be Your Man,” the first new music from their forthcoming record Holy Doom, due out March 23.
Eastern Barbers – “Blue Flakes”
Eastern Barbers debuted their new single “Blue Flakes,” a track that continues their effort to provide an inner-city soundscape, documenting the loss of communities and human connection.
1971 – “Anxiety (In The Depths Of Northwestern Ontario)”
1971 released their song “Anxiety (In The Depths Of Northwestern Ontario),” taken from their forthcoming EP No Matter Where You Go, There You Are. The track is dedicated to their bassist and founding member Cameron Glen Cranston, who suddenly passed away earlier this year at 25. As a band, they decided to not continue without their brother, but they’re releasing their last existing recordings with him.
8 Graves – “Hang”
Future grunge act 8 Graves released their new single “Hang.”
Davey Suicide – “Torture Me”
Davey Suicide released a video for “Torture Me,” taken from their new album Made From Fire.
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