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Sister by @kflay is a genre-blurring song, incorporating analogue synths along with live bass and guitar, while shifting between pop, rock, hip hop, and electronic moods.

This is the kind of track the word ‘banger’ is made for. https://t.co/BXhupeON7Z

Bulletproof is only @thesoftcavalry's second single. The striking black and white video features the band performing the song via sign language, in tribute to @RachelAGoswell’s son Jesse. He is profoundly deaf due to a genetic disorder.

Read more here: https://t.co/WGUMiQrTRt

. @slotfaceband's brilliantly titled new single Telepathetic was produced by Odd Martin Skålne, who worked with fellow-Norwegians @thisissigrid and @AURORAmusic before.

This results in one of their most infectious, energetic and exciting songs so far. https://t.co/oQ5Aetsnm4

She Knows is Canadian indie pop artist @JesseMerineau's new single. A song with stellar production, heavily inspired by the likes of @ArcticMonkeys, @TheKooksmusic, and @Franz_Ferdinand. Fans of @the1975 are sure to like it as well.

Read more and listen: https://t.co/rskE8UfduV

Within a week after being crowned ‘The Voice of Flanders’, @Ibe_Wuyts released his debut single Table Of Fools.

The simple song showcases only 2 instruments: a piano and IBE’s remarkable voice. A true talent, which is rare at TV talent shows, nowadays 😉. https://t.co/g8U12vyu81

What can go wrong when an artist cites acts like @PrefabSprout, @thecure and @CocteauTwins4AD as her main influences? @jaysomband’s new single Superbike is indie music, drenched in Californian sunshine.

This week, it's the new @carteblanchemus Wildcard! https://t.co/cpDeePHxSc

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Ahead of their new album Trapped In An MP3 (due later this year) Toronto-based pop-rock band @AlteredByMom have a new single out.

Boy, would Hear That Sound have been a radio hit when radio was still about smart and catchy pop songs! https://t.co/qqFwtmhQm2

. @Kidsmokemusic cite @realestateband and @Smiths_Official among their influences, but I’m sure they are fans of @neworder and @thecure as well.

Bringing a dreamy edge to melodic indie-pop, She Takes You Under will certainly appeal to @palewaves fans. https://t.co/Mu5QPwH46Q

Don’t Talk About It marks a new, more mature sonic path for @SorchaRichardsn, which I like a lot.

It’s a great piece of bedroom pop with a retro touch, where Richardson’s lush vocals are accompanied by edgy guitars, sweeping synths and warm textures. https://t.co/0mo9uiI5W9

In this week's edition of Werner's Weekly, your compass to the music that matters: @RSprachrohr (@carteblanchemus Wildcard), @soypablo777, @lspraggan, @soundofmosa, @OtherkinOK, @TheAllergiesUK & @eartothetrack, and @newnostalgiauk.

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

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Sister by K.Flay is a genre-blurring song, incorporating analogue synths along with live bass and guitar, while shifting between pop, rock, hip hop, and electronic moods.

This is the kind of track the word ‘banger’ is made for. Read more via the link in the comments!
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Bulletproof is only The Soft Cavalry's second single. The striking black and white video features the band performing the song via sign language, in tribute to Rachel Goswell’s son Jesse. He is profoundly deaf due to a genetic disorder.

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Sløtface's brilliantly titled new single Telepathetic was produced by Odd Martin Skålnes, who worked with fellow-Norwegians Sigrid and AURORA before.

This results in one of their most infectious, energetic and exciting songs so far. The link to read more and listen is in the comments!
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She Knows is Canadian indie pop artist Jesse Merineau's new single. A song with stellar production, heavily inspired by the likes of Arctic Monkeys, The Kooks, and Franz Ferdinand. Fans of The 1975 are sure to like it as well.

Link in the comments!
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Within a week after being crowned ‘The Voice of Flanders’, IBE released his debut single Table Of Fools. The simple song showcases only 2 instruments: a piano and IBE’s remarkable voice.

A true talent, which is rare at TV talent shows, nowadays 😉. Read more and listen via the link in the comments!
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What can go wrong when an artist cites acts like Prefab Sprout, The Cure and Cocteau Twins as her main influences? Jay Som’s new single Superbike is indie music, drenched in Californian sunshine.

This week, it's the new Carte Blanche Music Wildcard!

Read more and listen through the link in the comments!
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Ahead of their new album Trapped In An MP3 (due later this year) Toronto-based pop-rock band Altered By Mom have a new single out.

Boy, would Hear That Sound have been a radio hit when radio was still about smart and catchy pop songs!

Read more about it and check the song via the link in the comments!
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Kidsmoke cite Real Estate and The Smiths among their influences, but I’m sure they are fans of New Order and The Cure as well.

Bringing a dreamy edge to melodic indie-pop, She Takes You Under will certainly appeal to PALE WAVES fans.

Read more and listen via the link in the comments!
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Don’t Talk About It marks a new, more mature sonic path for Sorcha Richardson, which I like a lot.

It’s a great piece of bedroom pop with a retro touch, where Richardson’s lush vocals are accompanied by edgy guitars, sweeping synths and warm textures.

Read more and listen via the link in the comments!
... See MoreSee Less

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