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Pledge Drive "Conspiracy Theories"

Pledge Drive recently released a new single called “Conspiracy Theories”. This is the first new music from the group since their 2017 debut album, Genuinity.

The group recently released a group live performance in the studio’s of WHPK.

New Track: "Politics of Love" - Blush Cameron

Formerly known as COMPs, Blush Cameron recently shared a new song, called “Politics of Love”. A tale of leaving yourself exposed in the hope of finding love, the track embodies an optimistic, yearning, bedroom-pop sound. Accentuated by the warmth of keys, it hopefully progresses describing how despite the pitfalls of failure, you keep getting up to try again. Trust us. You aren't alone.

Tyler Coyne debuts lively single "What's Yours & What's Mine"

Boston's Tyler Coyne offers listeners a refreshing brand of pop music that is frothy with funky guitars, electronic embellishments, and Coyne's country-cordial vocals. In the singer-songwriter's latest single "What's Yours & What's Mine" these elements are put on full display and blend for an upbeat track that is bound to stay with you. Coyne's style embraces current mainstream pop trends while challenging them at the same time: the New England native offers pop music that is embroidered with electronic elements but still keeps folk/country as its main fabric. The brand new single is closing out the summer for Coyne in style; we are hoping for some fall show announcements soon. Stream the lively "What's Yours & What's Mine" below. - Rene Cobar

From Those Ashes

Death Metal band From Those Ashes have released their second EP, “Dawn Ascending”. Below is the lyric video for the album’s lead single “Catatonic Death Grip”.

This is the work of Aaron Pokoj (Vocals/Guitar), Cameron Banks (Bass), Jose "Mop" Valles (Lead Guitar), and Omar "Pockets" Diaz (Drums).

You can catch From Those Ashes at The Village Spirit Pub in Round Lake Beach on September 21st with Tenebrism, Devangelist, and Her Worst Nightmare.

Daisy the Great ends US tour, releases single “I'm Fine”

After releasing their full-length album “I'm Not Getting Any Taller” at the beginning of this year, Brooklyn's Daisy the Great spent time taking that material out on the road. Having just completed a tour through the midwest and southern states, the artist made a new single “I'm Fine” available. The song (streaming below) serves up a slice of whimsy via Kelley Nicole Dugan and Mina Walker's ethereal dual-harmony, in perfect folk-pop style. With a bubbly bass guitar establishing a catchy progression, bouncy percussions and electric-piano provide the sparse instrumentation for a lively word-play about the need to occasionally just let it be. Playfully rhyming the words “hello,” “yellow,” jello,” and caramello” exemplifies the impish, good-natured approach to an overall feeling of ennui: “I’m fine I’m fine - Just let me lie sometimes.” Lyrics about boredom notwithstanding, the vocal delivery and overall mood is light and airy, placing emphasis on the obvious chemistry these two singers share. The track is now available via all the streaming services. - Dave Cromwell

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