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Toronto Musician Erich Mrak Delivers Summer-Ready Pop Vibes With New “Girls” Single

Toronto Musician Erich Mrak Delivers Summer-Ready Pop Vibes With New “Girls” Single Toronto-based pop/hip hop artist Erich Mrak is constantly experimenting with new, emotive ways to express his inner self to music. Having released 8 singles to date and several official music videos, Erich will release new single “Girls“ on June 23, 2020. “Girls”, an upbeat departure for Mrak, is...

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Russian American Hard Rock Band RSC Deliver Old School Thrills with “Shadow Lady”

Russian American Hard Rock Band RSC Deliver Old School Thrills with “Shadow Lady” Unapologetic-ally old school Rock/Metal band RSC have released a string of recent singles, all providing a taste of the band’s upcoming album. The latest single release is the hard-hitting“Shadow Lady”, following up “Confession”, “Bad Story”, “Moving On” and “Fire in Her”. This band is a melting...

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Consciousness Amid Crisis: Elaquent’s ‘Forever is a Pretty Long Time’ and the Superiority of the Arts in Our Lives

Consciousness Amid Crisis: Elaquent’s ‘Forever is a Pretty Long Time’ and the Superiority of the Arts in Our Lives by Jessica Brant Our longest days are barely over. What feels like a sci-fi feature set in a distant, dystopian future is the current reality for millions of Americans that were forced into home confinement for...

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ENTER THE WHITE PONY

ENTER THE WHITE PONY By ELI JACE > June 2000, daytime — driving somewhere in America: *click* —CUT MY LIFE INTO PIECES– *click* —ALL THE OTHER SLIM SHADYS ARE JUST– *click* –IT’S GONNA BE MAY– *click*   These are the sounds of driving with an indecisive finger on the radio dial in the first summer...

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Electronic Symphonic Composer Chris Ianuzzi Collaborates With New York City Artists for Dystopian “Hello” Music Video

Electronic Symphonic Composer Chris Ianuzzi Collaborates With NYC Artists for Dystopian “Hello” Music Video “Hello” will be featured on Chris’s “Planetaria” album due for release June 15, 2020. Chris Ianuzzi‘s new music video for “Hello” is the result of a fresh collaboration with fellow New York-based creatives D. Carlton Bright (videographer) and Max Rosenthal (artist). The project was conceived and completed while...

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New York Musician Les Techno Releases Lockdown-Inspired Post-Punk Single “Flowers For Dystopia” via Solid Bass Records

New York Musician Les Techno Releases Lockdown-Inspired Post-Punk Single “Flowers For Dystopia” via Solid Bass Records We’re pleased to perhaps re-introduce you to one of I.M.P’s favorite artists. Les Techno. Purveyor of cool, subversive Pop, with one foot planted in a post-apocalyptic David Lynch future, and the other securely in heady post-punk and gothy 80’s...

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London Hip Hop Artist Leon Flames Releases Matrix-Inspired Music Video for “The One”

London Hip Hop Artist Leon Flames Releases Matrix-Inspired Music Video for “The One” I’ve had my ears on London-based hip hop artist Leon Flames for some time now. If you’re a fan of anything from the Wu Tang Clan to Skepta, you should find yourself digging the intensity of his lyrics and performance. Stylistically, Leon...

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Thou Release Pummeling Nirvana Covers Album “Blessings Of The Highest Order” Via Robotic Empire Records

Thou Release Pummeling Nirvana Covers Album “Blessings Of The Highest Order” Via Robotic Empire Records Thou have long been an influential force in the underground metal community, and their love for Nirvana is no secret. Thankfully, they’ve now compiled a whopping 16 Nirvana covers onto a new full-length album entitled “Blessing Of The Highest Order”,...

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Run The Jewels throw down their fourth mic drop LP exactly when we need it.

  In times like these, there are few groups you want to have drop an album more than the iconoclastic duo, Run The Jewels. The Atlanta/Brooklyn collab of Killer Mike and El-P have already carved out a lauded legacy with RTJ 1,2, and 3, combining arena-thumping bangin’ beats with eloquent, urgent, and socially conscious lyrics....

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Azusa’s transcontinental union has birthed a shapeshifting powerhouse on ‘Loop of Yesterdays’

Azusa‘s transcontinental union has birthed a shapeshifting powerhouse on ‘Loop of Yesterdays’, out now via Solid State Records. The final days of 2017 marked the end of mathcore legends The Dillinger Escape Plan‘s tenure as the preeminent force in maniacal, progressive post-hardcore. The band disbanded with a trio of shows at New York’s Terminal 5...

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Singles Roundup May 2020

Singles Roundup May 2020 We’re here at the end of another month of lockdown. Although some tenants of society are returning, things are still far from normal. This means artists still don’t have the infrastructure to complete and market their albums to a satisfactory level. So once again we have a collection of singles tossed...

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Fetch the Bolt Cutters is a masterful exploration of the untethered unknown.

Fetch the Bolt Cutters is a masterful exploration of the untethered unknown. Upon first listen, it’s objectively clear that Fiona Apple has made an album that could prove to be the best of her career. It crackles and booms with a blustery energy. It shifts and regroups, bobs and weaves. It rarely takes the time...

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