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The Addisons "100% Familiar"

Indie Vets The Addisons have released a new EP called "100% Familiar". This is the group's third EP and follow-up to 2019's "Fake It".

The Addisons are Dave Lysien (vocals, guitar), Tom Counihan (vocals, guitar), Rick Uncapher (bass), and Jesse Carmona (drums, percussion).

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Cloudtone "Poinsettia (Live)"

Cloudtone recently released a live recording of their debut single, "Poinsettia", from a show that took place at Subt back in late January. The quartet released three singles in 2019 and have more new music planned for 2020.

This recording should help hold fans over until the next time we are able to see them live. However, if you need more, Noiseless Inc has also released footage of Cloudtone's full performance that night.

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Lower Automation "Father's Shirt is a Dress on Me"

Lower Automation has released a new single called "Father's Shirt is a Dress on Me". This is the first new music from the Math Rock trio of Derek Allen, Brian Sutton, and Matt Walen since 2019's "These Didn't Fit" EP. The EP contained three outtakes from their 2018 album, Shoebox Companion.

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The Unswept "The Codependent EP"

The Unswept have released a new EP called "The Codependent". This is trio's second EP and sixth release overall.

For this album, the follow-up to 2019's LP Minor Blemishes, the O'Brien trio, Charlie, Liz & Ryan, have acquired some new pieces of equipment and with that a fuller, more heavy hitting sound.

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Homesafe "What's Mine Is Yours"

Homesafe has released a new EP called "What's Mine Is Yours". The EP is two stripped down, acoustic, tracks, "Slide" b/w "Down", and the first new music from Homesafe since 2016's LP Evermore.

"Down" is accompanied by the Lars Juveland shot and edited visuals below.

This is the Alt Rock of Ryan Rumchaks, Tyler Albertson, Emanuel Duran, and Joe Colesby.

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