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Explore music from indie artists featured in our “Short Cuts” series.

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Addie Brik “First Odd Prime”

They say all good things arrive in threes, and the third single to be cut from Addie’s upcoming album ‘That Dog Don’t Hunt’ (out 25 November, via Itza Records) is a prime example. A song that dwells upon the laws of the ultimate numbers game, “The First Odd Prime” finds

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Black Market Karma “The Sky Was All Diseased” (with Tess Parks)

UK-based Black Market Karma and iconic vocalist Tess Parks present ‘The Sky Was All Diseased’, an international collaboration rooted in friendship and spontaneity. This is the first taste of the band’s eleventh full-length album ‘Friends In Noise’, which will be released in mid-January via London boutique label Flower Power Records.

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The Pearl Harts “MORE”

Today, riled-up rock duo THE PEARL HARTS are back with a bang with new single “More”, taken from their forthcoming second album ‘Love, Chaos’ due early next year. A playful rock track laced with a satirical twist, “More” arrives as the first new music from The Pearl Harts since their

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The Cards I Play “Take My Hand”

Being the fourth single off the band’s previously released debut full-length album “Retrograde” (after the outstanding and critically-acclaimed “Run”, “Shades Of Gray” and “When The Suns Collide”), Japanese alternative act The Cards I Play now unleashes the energizing “Take My Hand”! Accompanied by a visual (including a combination of red

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Moonlight Jones “Whatcha Doin’ To Me”

Music has taken Moonlight Jones to many corners of the globe and from coast to coast in the United States. A self-taught guitarist, he was fascinated with how easily music could open up whole worlds of creativity and inspiration. He promptly learned as much as he could from every musician

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SICKY “A Bite Without A Mark”

British alternative artist SICKY presents the single ‘A Bite Without A Mark’, a fun whimsical slice of his thickly layered sophomore album ‘Garbage Town’, following up earlier singles ‘Garbage Town’ and ‘The Bridge’. SICKY is the solo project of Mick Butler, his brand of melodic Britpop-infused indie rock spells good

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GRAMMS “Shut Up A Second”

Pairing suitably high octane visuals to their killer debut offering, the alternative-rock duo of Sam Jenkins (ex-Glass Tides) and Paul Bowe (ex-Federal Charm) are back with a bang. Shot in the French motor racing capital of Le Mans at the height of the 2022 summer heatwave, the official video for

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BECK BLACK “Gotta Get Back To My Baby”

“Beck Black” the brand, is a Hollywood based band formed in 2014. One of her most note worthy releases, is a collaboration with Beatles’ drummer, Ringo Starr, for the song “Who’s Gonna Save Rock N Roll” in 2020! In addition to Rock n Roll, she is releasing a new solo

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The Bridges “Daydreamers”

Debut single from the brand new indie act The Bridges. On November 11th they’re releasing the song ‘Daydreamers’ – a song that will undoubtedly delight fans of The War On Drugs and Danish legendary band Superheroes. Along with the song comes a music video that reveals the band’s tendency not

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Chicago-based dark alternative post-punk outfit The Bellwether Syndicate presents the single ‘Dystopian Mirror’, a powerful dark and lush taster of the band’s ‘Vestige & Vigil’ album, which is scheduled for release in the first half of 2023 via Sett Records and Nexilis Records, a division of Schubert Music Europe. Having

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