Sharkmuffin: “Liz Taylor”

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Photo by Christian St-Gallo

Andrea Karo’s brand-new video races through cinema history and into space with good humor and independence. “Liz Taylor” bursts with an easygoing charm, and it’s taken from Tsuki, the most-recent album from Brooklyn- and Jersey Shore-based Sharkmuffin. You can buy CD, cassette and digital versions of that from their Bandcamp page now.

Dude York: “Run”

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A towering shower of tangerine sparks, “Run” is heavy, tuneful, tough and the massive new single from Seattle’s Dude York. This is the lead track on their just-released Happy in the Meantime EP. Out courtesy of Hardly Art, you can buy the digital version of it from the band’s Bandcamp page.

Estrons: “Strangers”

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The track is taut and tuneful, the video twinned and touching. “Strangers” is the high-powered new single from Cardiff’s Estrons, one taken from You Say I’m Too Much, I Say You’re Not Enough, their debut LP. You can buy colored-vinyl and CD versions of it both from their webstore and from Rough Trade now.

Gollay: “White Stag”

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Wondrously imagined and magnetically performed, “White Stag” is the daredevil new single from Fort Worth Texas’ Gollay. About it Rachel Gollay has said:

“It’s our into to the new record — coming in fast and loud. It was one of those songs that tumbled out in a flurry and retained a lot of the original tracks from the original scratch recording, layered with some extra grit and synth.”

You can download the track now from her Bandcamp page, and it’s available on Spotify and Apple Music as well. The band’s next album is scheduled to arrive this Summer.

Leggy: “Eden”

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Let Me Know Your Moon is the evocative title of the forthcoming LP from Cincinnati, Ohio’s Leggy, and “Eden” is a live-wired mystery and one of its twelve tracks. The album arrives on March 8th. Out care of Sheer Luck Records, you can pre-order CD, clear-with-red-and-baby-blue-vinyl, opaque-baby-blue-vinyl and digital editions of it from the band’s Bandcamp page right now. Via Stereogum.