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What’s It Like is @youmeatsix's first new song since last year. This time, they add trap/hip hop influences to the electronic rock sound they developed last year.

If that sounds deliciously kaleidoscopic on paper, just click https://t.co/I0YDHHufQt. You’ll hear it’s even better!

. @caravanpalace produce, what they call, ‘electro swing’; a style that mixes jazz and electronic music.

New single Supersonics is immediately recognizable, but with added elements that appear to be influenced by the euro house sound of the early ‘90s. https://t.co/mL2vOzFYtE

A brand-new studio version of Stop The Clocks is @ENTERSHIKARI’s new single. This catchy, up-beat song begins with glitchy keys and features @QueenWillRock-like vocal bursts.

Lyrically, it’s about ‘the joys of human connection’. https://t.co/MWys95oLBT

London-based quartet @indigobandldn aimed high with their debut single Distant Lullaby. New single Guadeloupe is a funny and very diverse track. All kinds of vocal effects add a spacey feel to the tune.

Also check the wicked instrumental break via https://t.co/cqxmdTEIjr

The haunting opening tones of @tomsailmusic’s second single Wounded remind me of @JAMAICATWIT’s I Think I Like U 2. Not because they sound the same, but because both are fun, up-beat, indie-pop songs with a retro feel.

For more info (and the song), go to https://t.co/LBQYGmN8Om

. @nicolahmusic's new single Holiday is inspired by everyone from @brucehornsby and @paramore to @thebeatles. To me, it sounds like a great mix of @JadeBirdMusic and early @metheridge. A summer smash!

For starters, it's the new @carteblanchemus Wildcard. https://t.co/9RLXiPOfUA

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Before It Goes Dark is @sarpasalpa's new single. A mid-tempo, yet danceable track. It tackles the frustration of not being able to stop the inevitable. On top of that, it proves parlandos don’t have to be daft.

Read more and listen here: https://t.co/Tc7CilPxjN

Mister Impossible by @Phantogram has a certain suspense to it, imposed by a booming beat and stretched-out synth bursts. In the bridge of the song, the vocal melody is doubled with a keyboard melody, which adds a sense of urgency.

Great comeback! Check https://t.co/hO0xKSSCjO

. @nastycherryband just released their third single, Live Forever. Once again co-written by @charli_xcx, it’s a song where the loud drums and catchy chorus stand out.

Live Forever follows the quartet’s awesome debut single Win and What Do You Like In Me. https://t.co/hG2HPPZhvd

In this week's edition of Werner's Weekly, your compass to the music that matters: @kterouz (@carteblanchemus Wildcard), The @HowlandHum, @MisterWives, #NouvelleVague feat. #JulieDelphy, @SofiaEllar, @SonMieux, and @TheManWhoBand.

Read more and listen via https://t.co/rDuFsioMW8

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What’s It Like is You Me At Six's first new song since last year. This time, they add trap/hip hop influences to the electronic rock sound they developed last year.

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Caravan Palace produce, what they call, ‘electro swing’; a style that mixes jazz and electronic music.

New single Supersonics is immediately recognizable, but with added elements that appear to be influenced by the euro house sound of the early ‘90s. Link in the comments!
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A brand-new studio version of Stop The Clocks is Enter Shikari’s new single. This catchy, up-beat song begins with glitchy keys and features Queen-like vocal bursts. Lyrically, it’s about ‘the joys of human connection’.

Read more and listen through the link in the comments!
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London-based quartet Indigo aimed high with their debut single Distant Lullaby. New single Guadeloupe is a funny and very diverse track. All kinds of vocal effects add a spacey feel to the tune.

Also check the wicked instrumental break via the link in the comments!
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The haunting opening tones of Tom Sail’s second single Wounded remind me of JAMAICA’s I Think I Like U 2. Not because they sound the same, but because both are fun, up-beat, indie-pop songs with a retro feel.

For more info (and the song), go to the link in the comments!
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Nicolah's new single Holiday is inspired by everyone from Bruce Hornsby and Paramore to The Beatles. To me, it sounds like a great mix of Jade Bird and early Melissa Etheridge. A summer smash!

For starters, Holiday is the new Carte Blanche Music Wildcard. Enjoy it via the link in the comments!
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Before It Goes Dark is Sarpa Salpa's new single. A mid-tempo, yet danceable track. It tackles the frustration of not being able to stop the inevitable. On top of that, it proves parlandos don’t have to be daft.

Read more and listen through the link in the comments!
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Mister Impossible by Phantogram has a certain suspense to it, imposed by a booming beat and stretched-out synth bursts. In the bridge of the song, the vocal melody is doubled with a keyboard melody, which adds a sense of urgency.

Great comeback; link in the comments!
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NASTY CHERRY just released their third single, Live Forever. Once again co-written by Charli XCX, it’s a song where the loud drums and catchy chorus stand out.

Live Forever follows the quartet’s awesome debut single Win and What Do You Like In Me. Link in the comments!
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In this week's edition of Werner's Weekly, your compass to the music that matters:
TEROUZ (Carte Blanche Music Wildcard),
The Howl & The Hum,
Misterwives,
Nouvelle Vague feat. Julie Delphy,
Sofia Ellar,
Son Mieux, and
The Man Who.

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