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Published on September 19th, 2018 | by Larry Lootsteen


More Music From The Inbox 19 Sept 2018 Pillow Queens, White Cowbell Oklahoma, Art Brut and More!

Artist: Pillow Queens, “Puppets”  

Album: State of the State

This female foursome from Dublin is fierce

Sounds like:  feel the strings pulling


Artist: White Cowbell Oklahoma, “Harder Come, Harder Fall”

Album: Seven Seas of Sleaze

A great band getting some love worldwide!  

Sounds like:  some much needed edgy rock


Artist: Art Brut, “Wham! Bang! Pow! Let’s Rock Out”

Album: N/A

Fun stuff out of London

Sounds like:  a little bit of punktastic!


Artist: Dire Peril, “Heart of the Furyan”

Album: The Extraterrestrial Compendium

Pure power out of Sacramento, California

Sounds like:  System of a Down meets Rush


Artist: Posh Hammer, “After We Dance”  

Album: Dancing In Place

Interesting stuff from this Iranian/American brother-sister duo

Sounds like:  Synth-pop sweetness


Artist: Kings of Spade, “Bottoms Up”

Album: N/A

Grungy goodness out of Hawaii

Sounds like:  you should have another


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