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Brooklyn Vegan: Share Of Foie Gras’ New Single, “Sisyphus”

San Francisco artist Iphigenia Rose Lee makes distorted dancable pop that’s not too far from groups like M83 or TR/ST. Her new EP Holy Hell is out on April 5 via Yellow Year Records and second single “Sisyphus” is an appealing bleeding-levels anthem. This is also the only Foie Gras you’ll ever read about on this website.

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New Noise Magazine: Debut Of Berlin Taxi’s Video For “Last Night”

Berlin Taxi take a synthetic yet elegant bounce in their new hit single, “LATE NIGHT.” It’s a tune that utilizes plenty of bold textures to dash the listener with its catchy rhythmic pulse. The tune’s vocals are lathered into the swell, giving it a holistic feel embedded into the aesthetic.

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Raw Meat: Debut Of Taco Mouth’s “White House” Video

From the first chord of this shuddering garage rock single it’s clearly another killer track from our favorite Nashville punk-pop-punks, Taco Mouth. A brilliant protest song with anthemic choruses that belong on the picket line, ‘The White House’, which is unsurprisingly, a massive, “f*ck you” to the current president of America, Donnie T.

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Aquarium Drunkard: Interview With Harlem And Debut Of “Blonde On Blonde”

To hear principle members Michael Coomers and Curtis O’Mara tell it, Harlem the band may have gone away, but Harlem-the-friendship didn’t. And like an old friend you run into, where catch-up quickly turns to in-jokes, it was maybe just a matter of time before we would hear from the Austin-by-way-of-Tucson-by-way-of-a-lot-of-places group again.

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Noisey: Debut Of Harlem’s “Queen Of Mosquitos”

“Queen of Mosquitoes,” the third single from the record, is the sweetest and least hurried of the lot, floating along on a placid Hammond organ, peppered with little literary references from Coomers. It’s charming without seeming naive, self-effacing without seeming disingenuous, and calming without sending the listener into a coma.

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