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Album: Veil Lifter by Post Death Soundtrack

Follow POST DEATH SOUNDTRACK via: Canadian grunge/metal duo Post Death Soundtrack returns with their highly anticipated fourth album, “Veil Lifter.” This ten-track album takes listeners on a powerful exploration of darkness, resilience, and the human condition. A sharp departure from their previous electronica-infused sound, “Veil Lifter” embraces a raw and organic approach. Inspired by the…

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Fen: ‘Hero’ Original Album

FOLLOW Fen viA: Setting Sail on a Melodic Journey with Perseverance and Positivity. Having started in music during their childhood, Fen set out on a musical voyage. My infatuation with Stevie Wonder and The music. Jacksons’ early exposure paved the way for a potential music career brimming with success. With his aim set on bringing…

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“Lover’s Adrenaline” by Elion Melody: A Journey Through Love’s Many Paths

FOLLOW ELION MELODY VIA: Elion Melody bares his soul in the 12-track album Lover’s Adrenaline. From his home base of New York City, the multi-stylistic artist ambushes listeners with his soft-spoken vocals and mesmerizing hooks. The album is a cohesive musical journey through the highs and lows of love. Starting with “The Way That You…

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Small Town Vampire By Mark Vennis & Different Place: Escaping Small-Town Life

FOLLOW Mark Vennis & Different Place VIA: Mark Vennis refuses to accept the status quo. With his band Different Place, their latest album “Small Town Vampire” rails against the suffocating conformity of small-town life in England. Through driving punk and new wave, Vennis processes his frustrations with feeling trapped. In the title track, Vennis rebels…

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Nothing Here To Save: Santi Sonderegger’s Latest Single

FOLLOW Santi Sonderegger VIA: If you are yearning for a song that intertwines the soulful nostalgia of britpop, indie-pop, and guitar-based rock, “Nothing Here To Save” might be your ticket. Drawing inspiration from legends like Blur, and The 1975, Sonderegger crafts ten tracks filled with raw emotion and delicious hooks. Though the Uruguayan-born musician recorded…

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