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Matthew De Ver Unleashes His Captivating New Album, “Surface Tension (A Tincture for Integrating Shadow)”

After releasing three singles earlier this year, Matthew De Ver will finally be delivering his full-length debut album, Surface Tension (A Tincture for Integrating Shadow), September 21st. This 12-track album elegantly displays the breadth of De Ver’s musicianship and songwriting abilities as he explores the struggles of his adolescent years …

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Jack The Envious Release New Music Video “Walk In The Dark”

Emo/punk band Jack The Envious are gearing up for the release of their new EP Bleeding Honesty this fall, but today you can watch the music video for the first single “Walk in the Dark.” Premiering with Substream Magazine, the track’s contemplative, introspective lyrics counter an upbeat chorus that will surely become “the voice in …

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Architects Release New Song! Announce New Album and UK/EU Tour!

So if you haven’t heard, Brighton, England metalcore natives Architects have dropped a brand new single “Hereafter” to accompany their highly anticipated stand-alone singe “Doomsday” which was released just over a year ago! The new banger that the heavy-hitters dropped earlier today seems to focus on some issues in life; I …

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AV Super Sunshine drops new re-mixes (Time Bomb)

AV Super Sunshine drops new re-mixes (Time Bomb) CLUB MIX: https://www.reverbnation.com/play_now/29911618 RADIO DJ MIX: https://soundcloud.com/av-super-sunshine/time-bomb-radio-dj-mix AV Super Sunshine’s “Time Bomb” is the latest scintillating outing from a Wisconsin based artistic unit making bigger and bigger waves with each new release. The single comes with two mixes, a radio DJ and …

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Watch DVSN’s cinematic new “Morning After” music video

Today, DVSN share the music video for “Morning After.” The tune serves as the title track of the group’s critically acclaimed sophomore album, Morning After. The cinematic clip continues what’s become a tradition of immersive visuals from the Toronto duo—Daniel Daley and Nineteen85. “Morning After” remains a standout from the …

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