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Published on August 15th, 2018 | by Larry Lootsteen


More Music From The Inbox 15 Aug 2018 Silent Forum, Poetra Asantewa, Ninja Sex Party and More!

Artist: Silent Forum, “How I Faked The Moon Landing”  

Album: N/A

Such great stuff out of Cardiff, Wales

Sounds like:  the stuff I love to hear


Artist: Poetra Asantewa, “Hungry”

Album: N/A

Unique and interesting with a voice of truth out of Ghana

Sounds like:  spoken word with a drum beat


Artist: Ninja Sex Party, “Heart Boner”

Album: Cool Patrol

Brighton is home to this very talented outfit

Sounds like:  I just had to!


Artist: GABI, “Whole With You”

Album: Empty Me

Experimental brilliance out of New York CIty

Sounds like:  taking a different road


Artist: Meg Myers, “Little Black Death”  

Album: Take Me To The Disco

Making massive waves out of L.A.

Sounds like:  different ages brought together


Artist: Warm Drag, “Sleepover”

Album: In The Red

Interesting and effective and out of L.A.

Sounds like:  the unexpected danger


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3 Responses to More Music From The Inbox 15 Aug 2018 Silent Forum, Poetra Asantewa, Ninja Sex Party and More!

  1. markosaar says:

    Heart Boner was an amazing start to the day, thank you!

  2. Thank you for sharing the article. The music is really great!

  3. Santos Evelyn says:

    Great,thank you so much

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