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Windser’s back with the harmony-rich new single “TV” – a lilting love song wrapping you in a blanket of twinkling guitars, and brimming with the complex magic that comes from digging into one’s own experiences.


“TV was inspired by romance and the progression of spending an entire day with someone you’re obsessed with. The Sunday Netflix and chill. It is probably the most celebratory song I’ve ever written, in this case celebrating someone who you don’t mind staying in bed with all day watching 90s sitcoms.” – Windser 


It’s been an exciting year for Windser who recently released “Belong,” the theme song of the new limited series podcast, ‘Academy.’ It also saw the release of his wistful single “Get Lost,” the acoustic EP “Panoramic Sessions,” and a performance at Lollapalooza in August.


2022 was also a big year for the burgeoning artist — one that saw a collaboration with Macklemore on “Maniac,” which was the #2 most added track at Top 40 the week after its release and saw praise from Rolling Stone, UPROXX, Wonderland, MXDWN, and more, performances across the country on massive stages from Fenway Park to Bank of California Stadium, a taped performance on Jimmy Kimmel Live!, and the release of his debut EP “Where the Redwoods Meet the Sea.”

Listen: Windser – “TV”

Windser – “TV”

The Chemical Brothers

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The Chemical Brothers

For That Beautiful Feeling

The Chemical Brothers’ brand new “Skipping Like A Stone (feat. Beck)” premiered just Monday on Apple Music 1’s The Zane Lowe Show, and reunites the Six-Time Grammy Award-winning duo with the equally legendary Beck for the first time since 2015’s massive “Wide Open!” The new single is the propulsively perfect union of celestial melody, warped noise, country-soulful vox, and relentless rhythm and we couldn’t be more elated to bring it to you!


The Chemical Brothers are six-time Grammy Award winners, and the impending new album “For That Beautiful Feeling” (out 9/8) finds them once again at the top of their game.


The legendary pair have also just announced a career-spanning retrospective book, Paused In Cosmic Reflection (out 10/26), which will be preceded by a new video and remixes for the new single “Skipping Like A Stone (feat. Beck)” next month!

Listen: The Chemical Brothers – “Skipping Like A Stone (feat. Beck)” (single edit)

The Chemical Brothers – “Skipping Like A Stone (feat. Beck)” (single edit)


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Melanin Punk

Having recently wrapped a supporting slot on Corey Taylor’s big solo tour, NYC’s genre-defying Oxymorrons have not only embarked on their own headlining tour (see tours page), but pulled the cover off of a powerful new single “Look Alive (Netic),” from their forthcoming debut album “Melanin Punk” (out 10/20)!


Consequence calls Oxymorrons “a savvy amalgamation of hip hop and heavy alt-rock” and AfroPunk’s says they’re “unstoppable.” However You hear them, they’re Undeniably Authentic, and living so within All the sonic spaces they exist in.


“’Look Alive’ is the perfect sonic representation of our unique blend of Rock and Hip-Hop. It hits hard, exudes energy, and lives authentically in both spaces. With swaggy, unapologetic vibes, it simultaneously uplifts while delivering a powerful message: ‘Hard Times Get Better.’ Stay focused, Stay Active, and Push Forward, always Look Alive.” – Oxymorrons


“Oxymorrons have the city’s multilingual street chatter running through their veins…the audacious marriage of swaggering hip-hop and nostalgic pop-punk—bringing metalheads, rap fan, and pop-punkers all into the same mosh pit”— Alternative Press (‘Rising Artists You Need To Know’)


“Look Alive (Netic)” is testament to Oxymorrons‘ undeniable talent and unwavering commitment to breaking barriers and defying expectations.


The new single also pays tribute to a fallen member of their chosen family, with Oxymorrons sharing, “for those who wonder what (Netic) is – Netic Rebel, a founding member of the band Game Rebellion, was an integral part of the AfroPunk movement, playing a vital role in building the festival’s legendary legacy. More than just a musician, he was a guiding force, a brother, and a mentor to all who knew him, leaving an indelible mark on the universe. Without Netic, there would be no Oxymorrons, as he not only inspired but also empowered POC bands to remain authentic and true to themselves.”


Oxymorrons relentless exploration of new sonic territories while staying true to their rebellious spirit and unapologetic authenticity has garnered them a dedicated and rapidly growing global fan base.


“Melanin Punk” (out 10/20) personifies the community they are curating, as the concept derives from melanin as a unifying force transcending mere skin tone. The band is built on the ethos of inclusivity and embracing the beautiful complexities of human existence. Through their music and performances, they aspire to create positive change, break down societal barriers, and inspire unity among diverse communities.

Listen: Oxymorrons – “Look Alive” (clean edit)

Oxymorrons – “Look Alive” (clean edit)

King Falcon

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King Falcon

King Falcon

Straight out of Queens, merging modern rock with a hint of vintage guitar, NYC’s swaggering King Falcon return not only announce their self-titled debut album (out 10/27!), but reveal off it another instant sing along in new single “Rabbit Gets The Gun.” “The song is about an inversion of power,” frontman Michael Rubin explains. “The outcasts and weirdos rising up.”


“King Falcon is the up-and-coming band to beat in 2023” – Substream


“Sometimes, there really is no need to overcomplicate things….a prime example of how effective building a song around some humble distorted guitars can be. You know exactly what you’re getting here.” – Guitar World


Bathed in garage guitar riffage, power pop choruses, soulful melodic lead vocals, and rich indie-rock atmospherics, trio King Falcon’s self-titled forthcoming debut is a powerful testament to friendship, personal growth, and the audacious dream of living a rock n’ roll fantasy. And with the craftsmanship of producer Marshall Altman and mixing by the 12-time Grammy-nominated Mark Needham (The Killers, Imagine Dragons), the album promises a sonic experience like no other.

Listen: King Falcon – “Rabbit Gets The Gun”

King Falcon – “Rabbit Gets The Gun”


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Deeper has released “Careful!,” its new full-length album and Sub Pop debut Recorded at Palisade Studios in the band’s hometown Chicago with help from producer/engineer Dave Vettraino (Lala Lala, Makaya McCraven), this thirteen-track collection of new songs finds the band reshaping facades, splashing color, and sonically testing their limits.


Following the previously released single “Sub” comes “Build a Bridge.” Using a prickly guitar line to launch into big, smeary art-pop, its emotional palette is clear, well-defined, and easy to latch onto.


Deeper says about the single and video: “‘Build a Bridge’ was the first song written remotely in a new format that would come to define the writing process of “Careful!”. In the early days of the band, we would throw shit at the wall in our practice space and see what stuck. Being forced to stay in our apartments during lockdown allowed us to apply more intention to a song and really dissect it piece by piece.


“We worked with Austin Vesely (Chance the Rapper, Whitney) on the video in which the band is hooked up to a machine, taking turns controlling alternate versions of ourselves in a different dimension. The sequence keeps repeating with each of us failing, but each attempt equips us with more knowledge from these prior failures to eventually succeed in vanquishing the spirit.”


Deeper is fresh off a fifteen-date opening slot with Future Islands, and the band heads into the fall with a cross-country tour.

Listen: Deeper – “Build A Bridge”

Deeper – “Build A Bridge”

Royel Otis

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Royel Otis


Fresh off a sold out Australian tour, and with their First U.S. Tour just over the horizon starting in September, Sydney’s favorite indie duo Royel Otis drop their new single “Adored,” as they continue climbing to greater heights with their viscerally blissful pop.


Adored” is about “taking time for some DIY TLC. Treat yourself with some leisurely pleasure. Don’t let it bring you down, it’s only castles burning.” – Royel Otis


Royel Otis’ “Adored” is a sharp, post-punk leaning treat, and produced and mixed by Dan Carey (Wet Leg). The new single follows up the band’s prior “Sofa Kings” EP, which last year saw the pair take a progressive leap forward from their infectious melodies and quick-witted songwriting and land with a cleverly composed gusto of visceral stories and quick wit atop blissful guitar-fuzzed haze.


The record’s singles “Kool Aid”, “Sofa King”, “Going Kokomo” and “I Wanna Dance With You” were all quick to receive gushes Internationally including SiriusXM’s ALT Nation here in the states, and BBC Radio 1, Apple Music 1 and back home claimed status of Triple J’s #1 Most Played track.

Listen: Royel Otis – “Adored”

Royel Otis – “Adored”


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Lucky For You

Bully aka Alicia Bognanno has shared “Lose You,” a new, gorgeous and fuzzy melancholic rocker. Recorded in 2022, at MMK Studios and Alicia’s House in Nashville, mastered by Joe LaPorta at Sterling Sound, and features vocal harmonies from Sophia Allison aka Soccer Mommy.


Bognanno says, “When ‘Lose You’ came about it was the first time I’ve considered having someone else sing on a Bully song. I love Sophie’s voice and have always admired everything she does so to me it was a no brainer. Watching her soar out of the Nashville scene and dominate indie music world wide has been a joy. Writing ‘Lose You’ was a way for me to work through the pain and reality of impermanence. It doesn’t make it any easier but reflection is often followed by growth and to me that’s what life is all about.”


Bully has announced new tour dates for the Spring and Summer of 2023. Highlights for this run of shows include: March 16th in Nashville opening for The Breeders, April 15th at the High Water Festival in North Charleston, SC, UK & EU dates May 20th-28th, and a 13-date run as main support for the Pixies and Franz Ferdinand June 8th-25th. See a full list of dates on our tour page.

Listen: Bully – “Lose You (feat. Soccer Mommy)”

Bully – “Lose You (feat. Soccer Mommy)”


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“King Of Wands”

Following up Top 5 specialty show fave “F*** Around Phase” earlier in the year, Toronto’s Housewife take the cover off their next single “King Of Wands” – a memorable “combination of rollicking indie rock guitars and earworm hooks” (Under The Radar) which we’re Thrilled to deliver to radio first!


“‘King of Wands’ is a song about the Patriarchal attempts to diminish women’s confidence in their own intuition. Women’s intuition, spirituality, and solidarity are things that keep us safe and thriving – I wanted to write a song about reclaiming that.” Brighid Fry (aka Housewife)




+ SPOTIFY – All New Indie


+ APPLE – New In Alternative, New In Rock


+ AMAZON – Breakthrough Indie, Fresh Indie, Apologies


Fresh off a North American tour with Paolo Nutini, 20-year-old Brighid Fry (she/they), aka Housewife, creates effervescent indie rock interwoven with timeless and perspective songwriting. Already touting several independent Canadian music awards for their previous releases, their most recent EP, ‘You’ll Be Forgiven,’ received praise from outlets such as FLOOD Magazine, FLAUNT, BrooklynVegan, and more.


Housewife‘s music regularly touches on the experience of being a young, queer, AFAB person existing in a male-dominated industry. In addition to exploring these themes in their music, Fry is also an advocate for 2SLGBTQ+ rights, reproductive freedom, and environmentalism, proudly fighting for immediate government response to protect ecological catastrophes as a founding member of the Canadian chapter of Music Declares Emergency.

Listen: Housewife – “King Of Wands”

Housewife – “King Of Wands”