New Music Recommendations: 10 Tracks We Don't Want You To Miss!

Django Berkeley deviler a captivating blend of hard and alternative rock that pulses with raw emotion and unfiltered energy

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Alan Fakeman combines slacker pop’s lo-fi aesthetics with sophisticated folk, paying homage to influences like Mark Linkous, Eels, and Sebadoh.

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Instantly loveable rock track from from Quebec. It seems they have broken up but there no reason not to check out this gem.

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The Brussels band Factheory (post-punk, cold wave) has just released its first album “Serenity in Chaos” from which comes the song Brasov supported by a video clip.

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“Hide & Seek” is the new tune from The First Eloi and it’s a wonderful track about getting lost on purpose. 

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The Pit is a track that captures the energy and ferocity of the Mosh Pit and the classic sound of thrash by the Northern California Trio Sub-Atomix.

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With a blend of over 56 vocal tracks the song ends up as huge as it should be and even more beautiful. Sounds both modern and vintage with the use of the Rhodes electric piano and the chilled out vocals. Check it out!

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Here’s an alternative rock track, 90s style, with the influence of excessive guitars from Rowland S Howard (The Birthday Party) & Bryan Gregory (The Cramps),

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Buzhold rips it up on this enigmatic riffed out masterpiece that feels like a song that I’ve loved forever. 

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Fantastic energy, guitar sound and vocals move this fast paced rocker to the top of the list.  

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