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Published on December 11th, 2018 | by Nerhys


New Music from the Inbox for December 11, 2018: Digawolf, Balto, Anteros, & More!

Artist: Digawolf
Song: “Yellowstone”
Album: Yellowstone

From Yellowknife, Northwest Territories, Digawolf has brought his distinctive indie music across the circumpolar region all the way to Denmark. His new album comes out in February.


Artist: Balto
Song: “Shake Mojave Blues”
Album: Single

After moving to LA from the Pacific Northwest, Balto started to take on a “sunnier” sound. This track was influenced by the Beach Boys.


Artist: Anteros
Song: “Full Moon”
Album: Single

The music video for Anteros’ latest single was filmed in the Moroccan desert. Their debut album is set for release in March.


Artist: Malamorte
Song: “Antichrist”
Album: Single

Italian metal band Malamorte spins tales of the occult, mysticism, and more. Their third full length will be out in January.


Artist: Ravens & Chimes
Song: “Big Ups”
Album: Single

The New York indie four-piece plans to release their newest album in February. This is their latest single.


Artist: I Cried Wolf
Song: “Brkn”
Album: Single

This anthem of positivity that incorporates noodling guitar work and grooving melody. I Cried Wolf is currently gearing up for tour early in the new year.


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