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New ‘Magic EP’ from Paperwhite

Dream-pop sibling duo Paperwhite just released their debut EP titled Magic. Brooklyn based brother and sister power team Katie and Ben Marshall work wonderfully together to create this six-track feature. The duo shows off a synth driven sound with hints of 80s inspiration, similar to that of Chvrches. Katie’s feathery vocals …

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Wild Party – Phantom Pop

On the 7th of October, indie pop group Wild Party released their long awaited album Phantom Pop. The Texas-based pop rock group posted their first single “When I Get Older” way back in January of 2013, followed by a second single “Outright.” Now, over a year later, their full album Phantom Pop is presented …

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Manchester Orchestra – Hope

Alt rock band Manchester Orchestra, formed in 2004 in Atlanta, Georgia recently released their fifth studio album Hope, not to be confused with their fourth album Cope, from April of this year. The album is an acoustic reinvention session of Cope, featuring all the same songs and lyrics, but instead …

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Streets of Laredo – Volume I & II

Brooklyn based, folk-rock artist Streets of Laredo released their debut album today, titled Volume I & II. I love the idea of bands formed by family members, which is exactly the case for Streets of Laredo, which was founded by Daniel, Dave and Sarahjane Gibson of New Zealand. The album …

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Reesa Renee’s “Reelease”

In an industry where current music is lacking positive female influence and substance on a mainstream level, Reesa Renee is a breath of fresh air. Reesa Renee is an independent artist, songwriter and lyrical poet from the DC Metropolitan Area. In 2012, Reesa released her indie album “Reelease” a play …

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