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Russian Psych Pop Visionary MITYA Releases Psychedelic ‘Nude’ EP With 360-Degree ‘Island’ Music Video

Kazan, Russia-based psych pop artist MITYA is celebrating the release of new 5-track EP ‘Nude‘ and a 360-degree music video for ‘Island’. The EP finds MITYA experimental, funky and fun, with a chilled, slightly mischevious falsetto over psychedelic, woozy beats. There’s plenty of beauty to behold in the intriguing arrangements, and no shortage of drama...

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JON C. IRESON’S BEST ALBUMS OF THE 2010’S

It’s list season and a particularly abundant one as we near the end of a decade. Plenty of great music to fill many scrolls but I’ve handpicked 50  of the records that spoke to me the most over the last 10 years. With the diversity of musical output increasing exponentially with each decade, it’s become...

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Radiohead’s Ed O’Brien Recruits Wilco’s Glenn Kotche, Laura Marling for Upcoming Solo Release

Radiohead guitarist Ed O’Brien has revealed more details and new music from upcoming full-length album where he’ll take on the moniker ‘EOB’. The album will feature an array of respected musicians including Laura Marling, Wilco‘s Glenn Kotche, Portishead‘s Adrian Utley, David Okumu, Nathan East, Omar Hakim, and Radiohead bandmate Colin Greenwood. The record is being helmed by producer...

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Seneko dishes on his 3 Essential Bands for Indie Songwriters – Wilco, Foxygen and Teenage Fanclub

Indie Alt Country Singer-Songwriter Seneko has crafted deeply personal, inspired songs over a series of 3 acclaimed EP releases, the latest being 2019’s “Soul Numbers”. For the past six years, this Connecticut creator has meticulously invested his time into the art of songwriting. He’s been described as “Think country meets Radiohead” by Wail Music Magazine and...

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Thom Yorke Anima – Vinyl Review

In a musical landscape full of ethereal textures, the master delivers his most fully realized dream soundtrack yet. Part of Radiohead‘s brilliance was their blending of heavy-hitting grunge-birthed rock with dreamy ambient textures. The trajectory of the band over their 35-year career has been to gradually pull back on the hard rock and push up...

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Pretty Lights on the Independent Music Promotions Blog

3 Things DIY Artists Can Learn From Pretty Lights

The following is a guest post by Billy Bones, a music marketing expert who works with record labels in improving their marketing strategies. He is also the founder of Booking Agent Info, the celebrity contact information database. Pretty Lights (interviewed here in Clash) has done what many DIY artists have strived to do: Achieve success not only in...

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Nine Inch Nails Return With Subtle Power In Hesitation Marks

Trent Reznor’s main vehicle and contribution to the music world, Nine Inch Nails, is back, but not in the form some would expect. The trouble with long-standing acts is often the various groups of fans they attract. To some, only a recreation of the original “Pretty Hate Machine” sound would be acceptable. To others, the...

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The 5 Most Significant Self-Released Albums

The goal at I.M.P. is to pull the quality musicians crawling through the muck of self-promotion up to the surface. With the Internet behemoth at full roar, sharing music, singles, experiments, full albums, is as easy as the click clack of a keyboard. An artist can record something into the head of a microphone, compress...

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Buke and Gase’s “General Dome” Is One Of 2013’s Best Albums So Far

Brooklyn indie rock/progressive duo Buke and Gase have one of 2013’s best releases so far on their hands with the fascinating full-length “General Dome”. With prog rock, garage/noise, and singer/songwriter/indie sensibilities, the group fire on all cylinders with tracks that are as beautiful as they are strange. “General Dome” also deserves credit for how musically...

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Our Bandcamp Roundup Gets Psychedelic, Indie And Downright Strange

At Independent Music Promotions, we’re always on the lookout for the best in music with depth spanning all genres. You’d be surprised how difficult that task can be. There are millions of artists out there making sounds to be sure, but only a small portion letting their hearts speak. Give me anything from death metal...

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Elevator Art’s Tent City EP will blow away fans of the Arcade Fire, Radiohead, Jimi Hendrix

From Toms River, New Jersey, Elevator Art capture both the deep emotion and lush instrumentation of acts like the Arcade Fire, yet with the unbridled freedom and edge of psychedelic rock n’ roll. Propelled by intelligent lyrics, beautiful lead vocals, dirty Hendrix-esque guitars, and a band who sound and FEEL like the ultimate festival act,...

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