Six great tracks to start the new week with.
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Echoes in Smoke – Boxes to Mars
Psychedelic Rock / Indie Rock | Barcelona, Spain
On a psychedelic journey through zero gravity zones, Catalonian trio Echoes in Smoke takes us to a planet that has not (yet) completely been screwed up by humankind. A song so diverse in style and full of surprises of course needs a great music video, and here it is:
ON – Break You
Alternative Rock | Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Freeing oneself from a toxic state can often be strenous and exhausting, and often times you need to destruct something to fix another thing. ON’s song ‚Break You‘ is an immensely empowering and emancipating tune dealing with situations like these.
Bitter Machine – At the Seams
Garage Rock / Indie Rock | Oklahoma City, OK, USA
Oklahoma’s Bitter Machine are looking for change, and thus their single ‚At the Seams‘ is a call for everyone who wants to join them. This Garage Rock tune will activate your body and reminds your brain that progression needs people to work for a better future together.
fra’Sorrentino – BonTon
Rap / Hip Hop | Marino, Italy
Italian rapper fra’Sorrentino shares some deep thoughts on the estrangement that humankind has gone through with nature, with the world, with itself. Powerful raps in sinusoidal flows foat above a monster of a beat and put the finger right where it hurts.
The Franklys – Mess
Garage Rock / Indie Rock | London, England
This single was released together with the album „Dogma“ on February 17, 2023, and it is indeed a lot more than just an album track. Snotty Garage Rock, danceable Indie and a powerful Punk Rock attitude form this kick-ass party banger.
Detention – Peachy Keen
Pop Punk / Alternative Rock | Akron, OH, USA
In this very emotional Pop Punk song, Detention remind us that mental health issues can affect all of us – even if our lives are going very well, we can be down and depressed. The young band furthermore reminds us that there is nothing wrong with feeling down, and that there are more important things than functioning in this capitalist world.