The Matinee March 11th has some pretty awesome tracks today to get you ready for the weekend. We have indie rock (a bit on the shoegaze side, and some great in your face rock), indie pop and feel good synth pop. Artists represent the US and UK today. Check back for more tomorrow for our Saturday Sampler, and our entire week’s playlist on Sunday.

 

BRONCHO – “Fantasy Boys” (Oklahoma, USA)

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BRONCHO - "Fantasy Boys"

We are definite fans of Oklahoma based band, BRONCHO. They have a brand new record coming out and with the newest single being any indication, we can’t wait.

“Fantasy Boys” is everything you need to satisfy your craving for awesome indie rock gleaming with shoegaze. This track has just the right amount of reverb with an addicting chorus that you won’t soon forget.

“Fantasy Boys” is the lead single from BRONCO’s forthcoming, new album, Double Vanity, which comes out May 27th via Dine Alone Records.

BRONCHO are Ryan Lindsey, Nathan Price, and Ben King.

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Gallery Circus – “Holland On Fire” (Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK)

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Gallery Circus - "Holland On Fire"

If you have been itching for some new blistering rock, look no further than Gallery Circus.

“Holland on Fire” is awesome new rock that will heat up any one of your upbeat rock playlists. Gallery Circus is comprised of identical twin brothers Daniel and Graeme Ross who hail from the UK. The duo’s sound includes some awesome harder rock with an influence of blues throughout. The chorus is memorable, addicting and something you could easily her on any Alternative Rock radio station today. We hope word gets out on Gallery Circus, these brothers are poised to make waves in the sometimes desperate rock scene we are seeing today.

This single is out now via Killing Moon Records.

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The Gloomies – “Bleached Out” (Encinitas, CA, USA)

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The Gloomies – "Bleached Out"

After The Gloomies released “LSD” last fall, we have been paying attention. The debut track we described as punk inspired psych. They are back with “Bleached Out” and have since announced their debut EP release.

“Bleached Out” has that killer bassline set against stellar guitar riffs dripping with reverb. We can’t wait to hear the rest of the tracks on their upcoming EP. The Gloomies have a unique sound that meshes together multiple genres to impress a myriad of fans.

The Gloomies’ Blackout EP drops April 1st via Thrill Me Records.

The Gloomies are Andrew Craig, Blake Martz, Chris Trombley, and Grant Martz.

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Sego – “Stars” (Los Angeles, USA via Mapleton, UT, USA)

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Sego - "Stars"

“Stars” is the stellar new track from now LA based band, Sego. With their laid back vibes that include a bit of a 90s nostalgia. Their sound is definitely more intricate and layered than some 90s predecessors.

Sego is comprised of Spencer Peterson and Thomas Carroll and their sound is very impressive and complex for a duo.

“Stars” is from Sego’s new album, Once Was Lost Now Just Hanging Around, which is out now via Dine Alone Records.

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Sizzy Rocket – “Thrills” (New York City via Las Vegas, USA)

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Sizzy Rocket - "Thrills"

Sizzy Rocket calls New York City home but is originally from Sin City. “Thrills” is her latest track after releasing “Need Somebody” that has received some great spins and blog love earlier this year.

Sizzy Rocket presents upbeat pop with an attitude. Think Pink but with more of an edgey 80s vibe. She is front and center with her no holds barred lyrics and her strong vocals prove she is confident and talented.

We have a feeling we will be hearing more from Sizzy Rocket and it’s only a matter of time before more indie pop lovers discover her talent.

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The Wild Wild – “When We Were Young” (Santa Cruz, CA, USA)

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The Wild Wild - "When We Were Young"

It’s Friday and we need some upbeat synth pop in our daily playlist. The Wild Wild completely delivers with their newest tune “When We Were Young”.

The track is full of nostalgia and awesome soaring chorus’ that complete that synth pop euphoria we all need in our lives.

“When We Were Young” is from The Wild Wild’s forthcoming EP, Kids, which will be released on March 25th via Descendant Records.

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