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The Matinee January 22nd Edition

The Matinee January 22nd Edition

The Matinee January 22nd Edition has six awesome new singles to kick off your Friday and get you ready for the weekend. We have electronic soul, hard hitting indie rock, garage vibey rock, and indie pop-rock.   Billy Fox – “East Coast” (Sydney, Australia) Billy Fox is creating awesome soul infused electronic tracks, and “East Coast” is the perfect feel […]

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Infinity Girl – “Firehead”

Infinity Girl – “Firehead”

  Another band from the New York City area is set to release a new album this summer. Indie rock quartet Infinity Girl will release Harm on August 28 via Topshelf Records. The first single from their sophomore full-length is “Firehead”, a midtempo, shoegaze-y, rock song. The track echoes of the ’90s with its melodic yet infectious style. It’s a […]

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Nai Harvest – “Hairball”

Nai Harvest – “Hairball”

Not many bands would put the title track of their new album as the last track, but then again Nai Harvest isn’t an ordinary band. Whereas most young people in their early twenties would be studying for exams and writing essays or employed somewhere, the young duo from Sheffield, UK traversed the globe for nearly two years, playing in all sorts […]

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Nai Harvest – “All the Time”

Nai Harvest – “All the Time”

“All the Time” is the second single from UK punk-rock band Nai Harvest‘s forthcoming album, Hairball. The track is Blink 182 meets Parquet Courts, which creates expectations of an exhilarating album. “Sick on My Heart” is also below, which we had featured on our February 13th Weekend Showcase. The duo’s new album comes out on April 28 on Topshelf Records. Check out […]

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Nai Harvest, “Sick on My Heart”

Nai Harvest, “Sick on My Heart”

“Sick on My Heart” is the new single from rising indie post-punk band, Nai Harvest. The two-piece from Sheffield, UK, who are Ben Thompson and Lew Currie, are set to release Hairball on April 28 via Topshelf Records. This track blends the grittiness of early Liz Phair and more modern-day acts like Speedy Ortiz and The Pack A.D. You can find […]

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