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Stroll on to these songs [single reviews]

MUTEMATH - "Stroll On": Here are what some friends of TU had to say. "Both of their new songs gave me classic MM vibes and it doesn't surprise me to know they were both "shelf" songs in some way shape or form. I dig it mostly because I've listened to S/T an embarrassing amount of times and am preconditioned to love the ...

pop music in flames [single reviews]

The Saylor - "It's Fire": How many different allusions to fire can one make in a song? The Saylor, formerly of reggae/hip hop/rock fusion group V!BES makes his solo debut with this single, which is certifiably a summer banger. After all, the music video for the song has racked up over 12,000 views in just over a week of ...

post-audiofeed jams that may not be related to audiofeed (single reviews)

Turnover - "Super Natural": A few TU readers had some opinions on the song. TU photographer Michael Buchsieb chimed in saying the song has a "...super 80's feel. It seems like their sound somehow mellowed out even more and is less poppy. Very easy listening and catchy." Abby Jeffers agrees with Michael, calling the song ...

summer rock jams get it done [single reviews]

Hidden Hospitals - "Better Off": Hidden Hospitals released a new track the other day that communicates an effect of a slow emergence from a cocoon. The band has undergone somewhat of a metamorphosis since the last record, but "Better Off" is a natural progression that leads the band into a more electronic territory. However, ...

Premiere: Current Events – “Cupboard”

Fresh off of an impressive appearance at Bunbury Music Festival, Cincinnati natives Current Events have released the emotional new video for “Cupboard,” a track encompassing the aftermath of a long relationship’s demise. Listeners of Taking Back Sunday, Thrice, and Brand New will find a home in Current Events’ ...

New and unexpected directions sure to enthrall [single reviews]

Vesperteen - "Sweet Child o'Mine": Come on, do I even need to tell you this is a cover? If you were skeptical that a vibey, emotive indie pop project could take on such a legendary tune and emerge unscathed I would understand - I was there myself. But against all odds Colin and Co. pull it off. That iconic guitar riff takes ...

anticipated bangers [single reviews]

Andreas Moss - "Stop Me": At SXSW this year, an employee of Curb Records turned to me and warned me playfully that Andreas Moss was about to "blow the roof off the joint." Right he was. Of all the artists I saw that first evening at SXSW he had the best vocal performance. In spite of his songs being huge (whether a club ready ...