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Chelsea Bridge x Milk Mandarin

Experimental Artist Chelsea Bridge (aka Mallory Linehan) recently a new collection of pieces she collaborated on with Milford, CT musician Milk Mandarin called "Lung". Mallory is a classically trained violinists and beautifully manipulates the sounds that instrument can make through this album.

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*~*SpArKLeTeArS*~* "Brisket"

*~*SpArKLeTeArS*~* have released a new EP called "Brisket". This is the follow-up to last year's mixtape, "This Is Sparkletape".

This is the work of Lauren Herrmann (electric ukulele, vocals, percussion), Morgan (electric bass, vocals), and Z (drums, percussion, vocals).

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Hitter "Hard Enough"

Garage Metal group Hitter recently released their debut full-length album, Hard Enough. This is the culmination of two years of work and collection of gritty barroom anthems turned up to 11.

This is the work of Hanna "Hazard" Johnson (Vocals), Adam "Lucky" Luksetich (Guitar/Bass), and Ryan "Wizkid" Wizniak (Drums). This is the band's last release with Madalyn "Maddog" Garcia on Bass and have recently added Patrick "Rüsty" Woodall.

The album's lead single is called "Motorcycle Psycho" and is accompanied by the amazing visuals below.

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Emily Blue "Aperture"

Emily Blue has recently released a new single called "Aperture". This ethereal track was produced Uuskhy and is a more firmly planted in Dream Pop than Blue's previous singles.

This is the fourth single from Blue since the released of her amazing 2018 album "*69".

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Aubrey Haddard embraces (and avoids) the spotlight on “Thin Line”

Brooklyn-based performer Aubrey Haddard understands the scrutiny one faces as a performer — the inkling that “everyone’s watching,” of feel[ing] on the display.” Such sentiments influenced her latest single “Thin Line,” a new pop offering with strong indie rock roots. Driven by a walking alt soul baseline and a punchy percussive backbone, Haddard’s melodious range dominates the space, bringing the necessary bravado this maximalist effort, while lyrically detailing feelings of uncertainty, or in her own words, “starting to realize I’m walking on a thin line” just as everything seems to be going fine. It’s a clever(and catchy) exploration of the singer’s psyche, a track that splits the difference between extreme confidence and self-doubt that feels quintessentially human — watch the video below, and keep an eye out for Haddard’s forthcoming LP, out later this year.

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