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Ifeanyi Elswith "Sweet Leaf"

Ifeanyi Elswith has released a new single called "Sweet Leaf". For the video she traveled to her native Belize to showcase its beauty and accompanied her lush Alt R&B single.

This Elswith's fourth single of 2022, and forth since the release of her 2020 EP "Everything Festyle".

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Jason Maska "Young Jaybird"

Jason Maska of Mischief in Stereo has released his solo debut album, Young Jaybird.

This is a collection of songs Maksa wrote over twelve years, but recently decided to bring them back to life with new layers and textures.

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CalicoLoco "Zeke Goes to Lala"

Jangle Pop group CalicoLoco has release a timely and poignant new single called "Zeke Goes to Lala".

This is the work of Dani Robles (Vocals/Guitar/Synthesizer), Curran Chapman (Vocals/Guitar), Sara Dodge (Bass), Zeke Ramsey (Guitar), and Ricky Georgen (Drums).

You can catch CalicoLoco performing at a DIY show venue called The Garden on August 6th with Sleeping Villains and Charlie B Atchley. You can DM the band for details.

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Dorothy Carlos "And Found"

Cellist and sound artist Dorothy Carlos has released the first single, "And Found", from her forthcoming album, Circuit Spectre, which is due out via American Dreams on September 9th.

For this project she teamed up with the Brooklyn-based Synth design Brian Oakes and the album was recorded exclusively using his Untitled Sound System synth.

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Dust Biters "Guilt"

Alt Metal quartet Dust Biters are preparing to release their latest album, Guilt, on August 16th. The group recently the album's latest singles "Progeny" and "Lushed Up".

This is the work of Nick Kinsley, Nick Miller, Bryan Fonseca, and Tommy R van Arsdale.

You can catch Dust Biters at Kuma's Corner on August 6th and Liar's Club on August 14th with Eighties Slang and Nystrodamus.

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