New Music from the Inbox for August 27, 2018: Ellevator, SWMRS, Long Range Hustle, & More!

Artist: Ellevator
Song: “New Survival”
Album: Ellevator EP 

From their self-titled EP, Ellevator explores the duality of the self in this track and the accompanying video. The band is getting ready to head out on tour in October.


Artist: SWMRS
Song: “Berkeley’s On Fire”
Album: Single

Oakland punk quartet SWMRS combines the sounds of various historical punk bands to create a sound of their own. This song is about the duality of the world and anxiety for the future.


Artist: Long Range Hustle
Song: “Morning Clover”
Album: Single

The latest track from Long Range Hustle is the first single from their upcoming album set for release next year. The Toronto band is currently on tour. 


Artist: Jet Black
Song: “All Is Wrong”
Album: L’Ère du Vide

From their latest album, Jet Black’s “All Is Wrong” looks at the desire to escape from a world stuck in a downward spiral. The whole album itself examines the failure of capitalism from a human perspective.


Artist: Moonbeau
Song: “Like the Night”
Album: Moonbeau

This synth-pop band from Cincinnati blends 80s new wave with modern, danceable beats. This track comes from their upcoming debut.


Artist: Major Love
Song: “Toughen Up”
Album: Single

Currently on tour, Major Love just released their self-titled debut album. The music video for this song was filmed in Toronto and Kingston.


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