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From ‘Chocolate Chip Trip’ to ‘Babushka Boi’, the Best New Music this Weekend

New releases on Spotify this week (and other recents): Tool – Fear Inoculum Prog Metal quartet Tool return, surprisingly to some, in fine form on new album ‘Fear Inoculum’. Read our review here and listen below. IGGY POP – Sonali Dark, ambient tune from Iggy’s new album ‘Freedom’. METZ – I’m a Bug Wondrous oddity...

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Frank's White Canvas

PREMIERE – Frank’s White Canvas Release Explosive Official Music Video for New Alternative Single “Sleep, Work, Eat”

We’re pleased to premiere the latest single and music video from an incredible Alternative Post-Punk duo from Santiago de Chile, Frank’s White Canvas. They bring to the table a wild fusion of noisy and colorful, melodic sounds, forging their own dark and unique signature. Fans of bands like Savages should enjoy the intense vocals and...

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Debbie Chou on the Independent Music Promotions Blog

New Music Video – “Little Prince” by Debbie Chou

Musician/songstress extraordinaire Debbie Chou has been a known figure in the NYC indie rock scene for years, having lent her talents to indie/psychedelic group The Barrens. There’s no sense of predictability in her work, which walks the line between dream pop, post-punk, art rock and downtempo electronic. For her new single “Little Prince”, Debbie has teamed...

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David Bowie’s “The Next Day” Is A Gut Wrenching, Beautiful Masterpiece

David Bowie’s new CD “The Next Day” is a gut wrenching, beautiful masterpiece. Recorded in secret over the past two years with producer Tony Visconti, the effort could have gone in just a few directions. 2003’s “Reality” was for the most part a strong release, 2002’s “Heathen” was excellent, while 1999’s “Hours” was a mostly...

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A.S. Swanski presents dark electronic, avant-garde, trip hop and industrial with “Electro Noir”

A.S. Swanski‘s dark electronic music asks questions of it’s listeners rather than simply delivering ear candy, which it also does in spades. Intellectually stimulating, much like J.G. Thirwell’s work with Foetus and Manorexia, Swanski pays respect to his early industrial and post-punk influences, keeping the mood ominous and foreboding. I dig very much. The music...

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