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Marina City "No Diggity (cover)"

Marina City has released a cover of classic Blackstreet song "No Diggity". This comes just months after the release of their most recent album "The Crush".

The group blend elements of Pop, Rock, R&B, and more into sound that is modern, danceable, and ready for bigger things.

This is the work of Ryan Argast, Eric Somers-Urrea, Diano, Todor Birindjiev, and Aaron Heiy.

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Sprues & Runners offer an emo treasure in new EP "Trips To The Caribbean"

Emo music seems a rarity in the days of overproduced dream-pop hits, and so an EP like Sprues & RunnersTrips To The Caribbean takes on the form of a treasure chest found in a cove breezy with 2003 winds. The furious pace of “Red Teeth,” with its serrated screams and eruptive drums, comes after a curious serenity where surf-rock influences sway you gently, and then ultimately swing you violently. “The Opening” lets the instruments fly, and embraces that thin film of garage comradery that also propelled emo to the top of the charts oh not so long ago. There is no doubt that there are still treasures to be found out there in the sonic isles of the modern world, here is one that Providence’s Sprues & Runners are offering a clear map to. Listen to the euphoric breakdown in “Cactus” streaming below. - Rene Cobar

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Chaepter "New Day New Bby"

Chaepter has released a new single called "New Day New Bdy". This is his second single of 2020 and a continuation of his exploration of sultry pop and R&B.

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From the Submissions: Jay Rosie's "Stay Late"

Shuffling melancholy abides on “Stay Late,” the new single by New York-by-way-of-Providence songwriter Jay Rosie, the type of track that feels rooted in sadness, yet focused on a bright, indeterminable future. Such energy comes in large part from its muted percussion and momentum-inducing acoustic strumming, endowing it with a soft rock sound reminiscent of Fleetwood Mac circa Rumours, or in more recent years, Faye Webster’s Atlanta Millionaires Club. Above this interplay glides Rosie’s vox, restrained at first yet increasingly emotive over the track’s chorus, wherein she details, in terms uncertain, pitfalls of codependency and the desire to not have to face the day’s trials on one’s own — a fitting subject matter in a time in which many are reaching out for a connection. Stream it below, and check out for Jay Rosie’s debut EP Soft but Not Weak, out now. —Connor Beckett McInerney

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Caroline Lucius "Meanstreak"

Caroline Lucius has released the first single, "Meanstreak", from her forthcoming debut EP. Lucius' writing partner and guitarist is her brother Schaeffer Lucius and the duo has been working together on this project for several years. We were excited to see this track drop and eagerly await the offical release date of their debut EP. 

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