<sup>Stream:</sup> City Reign – "Making Plans"

It's been nearly two years since we mentioned City Reign but don't take that to mean that the lads haven't been hard at work. As it stands the band is preparing for the release of...


<sup>Stream:</sup> Local Natives – "Heavy Feet"

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<sup>Video:</sup> Keaton Henson – "Sweetheart, What Have You Done To Us"

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<sup>Stream/Video:</sup> Sans Parade – "This Last Song Is A Love Song"

Sans Parade is a three-piece chamber-pop group from Fin0land that record songs that are so full that you'd expect there to be a dozen or more musicians involved in it's creation. The band's first...


&amp;lt;sup&amp;gt;mp3:&amp;lt;/sup&amp;gt; DeVotchKa – &amp;quot;Along The Way&amp;quot; (Live)

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Stream: The Walkmen – “We Can’t Be Beat”

It seems that a majority of bands are realizing that building up anticipation for an upcoming release is about more than just sending out new tour dates and 30 seconds clips but that fans want to hear full length tracks and as many of them as possible before release day. The Walkmen have taken this same path and so far we’ve heard 3 tracks off of Heaven. The title track was an upbeat track that grabbed hold on the first note and didn’t let go until the final chord while “Heartbreaker” and a definitive throw back feel.

We’re now getting to hear “We Can’t Be Beat” which is a track that is more restrained than the previous two. The track bounces around crooner style vocals before building up to your typical Walkmen at the 2:40 mark.

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