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Dasher – We Know So (Jagjaguwar)

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Dasher signs to Jagjaguwar and releases new single Atlanta-via-Bloomington rockers Dasher signs to Jagjaguwar. To get down to business, they release the single, "We Know So." The song escalades quickly that celebrates the fury of the moment. Did this band define rock and then redefine it because this of cutting corners. Dasher

Blondie Releases Video for new single Long Time

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Blondie's Long Time is a Testament to her 11th Studio Album, out May 5 Cultural icon, Blondie returns with the video to her latest single "Long Time." Her new album, Pollinator, is out May 5 (BMG). Pre-order the album here 750 copies of the seven inch will be released as a Record Store Day

Arch Flash Debut Carbon Copy Streaming In Its Entirety Arc Flash Releases debut Carbon Copy tomorrow on High Dive Records Arc Flash has a debut release that will have you spinning. It is due out March 31 on High Dive Records and you can stream every morsel here. Carbon Copy is afloat with psych punk garage fuzz. In a complimenting way, what you have

Snakehole – Interludes of Insanity (Wharf Cat Records

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Snakehole releases Interludes of Insanity on Wharf Cat Records, March 24 Snakehole has managed to turn Interludes of Insanity into the soundtrack to someone getting all of their teeth pulled. Slather you some sloppy joe’s all over your body because this duo has an appropriately-named messy album of mass chaos. “Hollow Tomorrow”

Graham MacRae: Dundrearies

Graham MacRae spins lyrics like they are tales from the factory. A working man’s lament, Dundrearies is a push forward in MacRae’s repertoire. The album (the third in his career) is more poised with songs that are an instant infatuation. “Daddy Don’t Mind” gains instant approval as MacRae’s deep voice echoes out