New Music From The Inbox: Dead Messenger, Digits, Portage & Main, Kingsley Flood & Dungeonesse.

By Juliette Jagger

Artist: Dead Messenger “ToothComb”
Album:
Recharger

Noisy fuzzed-out pop punk rock and roll.

Sounds like: If you ever liked the band Brandston you’ll dig these guys.

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Artist: Digits “Nowhere To Hide”
Album:
In The City Of The Dead

Bold electro-soul.

Sounds like:  infectious repetition.

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Artist: Portage & Main “Never Had The Time”
Album:
Never Had The Time


There is something incredibly classic and warm about Portage & Main. 

Sounds like: This band pays a real homage to the country and folk genres, but also to rock bands like the Allman Brothers, CCR, and The Band.

Link/Listen/Watch: Stream it on Soundcloud.


Artist: Kingsley Flood “Strongman”
Album:
Battles


There is something so urgent and electric about this band – they just absolutely give it.

Sounds like: Potent song-writing and an arresting live performance.

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Artist: Dungeonesse “Shucks”
Album:
Self-Titled

I love a song like this – a little off kilter and unexpected.

Sounds like: 90’s pop bordering on R&B.

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Brent Chittenden

Brent Chittenden is a freelance writer with a gift for the geek. Currently a writer with A Journal Of Musical Things and a podcaster with True North Nerds, he's also written for Comic Book Daily, Explore Music and a dozen other places. Currently, he is the co-host of the True North Nerds podcast. You can find out more at www.facebook.com/bcchittenden

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