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For The Rabbits: Debut Of Good In The Dark’s Video For “If You Feel It”

A band who are always happy to add a dance-beat to everything they do, If You Feel It is a particularly frenetic affair; as the band explain, “we wanted to explore noise and tempos and vocals that spike and plunge and work their way up to a fury again. And because it’s us, it had to be danceable”. It’s the sort of track that instantly transports back to us the dance-punk scene of the early 2000’s; scratchy Rapture-like guitar riffs, bouncing bass lines LCD System would be proud of and yelp along vocals the match of Le Tigre or early Yeah Yeah Yeahs.

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Flood Magazine: TRØN & DVD ‘Manhunt’ Album Announce & Debut Of The Video For “Me Time”

‘Manhunt’ sees them re-teaming with labelmates Amy Bezunartea and Jennifer O’Connor on a couple tracks, while enlisting Deathbomb Arc rap experimentalist SB the Moor and pioneer of the other Def J, Redman. Its lead single, “Me Time,” is being shared today with a video treatment, announcing the pair’s arrival in all their verse- (and clothes-) swapping goodness.

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AdHoc: Debut Of A Deer A Horse’s “Otherside”

“‘Otherside,’ at its root, was inspired by the book Slaughterhouse-Five by Kurt Vonnegut, but it is also a commentary on the current political climate. The book deals a lot with the concept of fate, most notably in its famous repeating line, ‘So it goes.’”

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Revolver: Debut Of A Deer A Horse’s “Smokejumper”

New York City–based trio A Deer A Horse sit musically somewhere between the Melvins, Helms Alee, Red Fang and Sleater-Kinney, combining guitar fireworks with striking melodic vocals in a way that’s spirited and muscular. Their latest single, “Smokejumper,” is a perfect example of the band’s approach — strong songwriting and hooky melodies never get in the way of the riff, which reigns supreme throughout.

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Paper Magazine: Debut Of Uncle Meg’s Video For “Verde”

It’s 4/20, and Brooklyn-based trans rapper Uncle Meg’s got the perfect video you can ride out your high with. His single “Verde” is a bop with a danceable beat, and the video is a seriously trippy journey. From rollerblading martians to a slimy green feast, its all just about random-ass fun.

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