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Proudly From Detroit, Shadow Show Steps Into the Garage Scene

The cityscape of Detroit, roller skating, mini skirts and vintage coats take over Shadow Show’s video for their first single “Charades.” It was their common interest for garage rock and vintage clothes that brought Kate Derringer, Ava East, and Kerrigan Pearce together — first as friends and then as bandmates. In 2018 they formed Shadow Show and on February 14, 2020, they released their debut album Silhouettes.

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Favours Are the Post-Punk and New Wave Dynamic Duo

As a new wave of post punk music arrives to the mainstream radio, Toronto duo Favours, made up of Alex Zen and Jacqueline, have emerged. After the success of their single “Stowaway, their EP Made to Wait is set to be released in May 2020. 

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Forever's 'Close to the Flame' EP Review

Valentine’s Day 2020 came with a gift in the form of Forever aka June Moon’s latest EP release titled: Close to The Flame. With only six songs on this EP, Moon treats us to a 22 minute journey that boasts of dreamy synthesizers, lo-fi-esque hip-hop beats, and Moon’s vocals.

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Suck On This: An Interview with the Aquadolls

The Aquadolls are the “mermaid rock n roll” band going on eight years since their foundation by front-woman and lead vocalist, Melissa Brooks in 2012. In that near decade, the band has seen members come and go with the exception of Brooks, and their music has reflected that versatility and dynamism. Now will momentum and a consistent lineup with Jackie Proctor and Keilah Nina, the Aquadolls continue their strut with a tour with White Reaper and the message of their most recent single, “suck on this.”

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Intimacy Amid a 'Lonely Generation': An Interview with Echosmith's Noah Sierota

Echosmith is the pop-trio made of a sister and her two brothers: Sydney, Noah, and Graham Sierota. They’re in the middle of the tour in support of Lonely Generation, their newest album that came out this January.

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