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Micro "Head 2 Toe"

EDM producer Micro has a new EP called “Move” which is coming out on September 20th. You can currently hear the EP’s opening track, “Head 2 Toe”, below.

This is Micro’s third EP of 2019 and she is a part of a collective/label called Flower Witch.

Young Clancy - Eclectic Soul Infused Single "Level"

Young Clancy has a new explorative EP due out soon titled “Volume II”. The latest single from this upcoming EP titled “Level” is inspired from 70’s soul music. This tune definitely has some soul influences to it along with a more modern electronic hip hop production. The chorus is so smooth and certainly full of soul.  The track as a whole is very eclectic. “Volume II” is available on October 4th. – Kris Gies

Asher White "Ancient Collect"

Experimental artist Asher White has released a new album called Ancient Collect. On the album White creates an array sounds with traditional instruments, but also employs room sounds, cardboard, metal, and other forms of programming.

However, for as abstract this may sound White finds many moments of beauty and melody through out the project.

Listen to KidEyes' bittersweet new single, "Take Me Back in Time"

 In every relationship, that feeling of "newness" eventually fades. It's a feeling that KidEyes think about on their new single "Take Me Back in Time," a joyful, all-embracing anthem where they let go of their fears and begin to accept that true love develops over time. The theme of stability also applies to the duo of Ben Epand and Greg Cahn, both of which approach their new creative endeavor without any premeditated expectations—and all they can do is celebrate the moment. 

"Tame Me Back in Time" is featured on KidEyes' self-titled debut EP, which is due out on October 4. Throughout October, the duo is also hosting a month-long residency at the Hi-Hat in Eagle Rock. - Juan Rodríguez

Henry True “Who is the One?”

Henry True has released a new single called “Who is the One?”. This is the musicians second single of 2019 and a step in the direction of bedroom pop when compared to his previous work.

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