New Music from the Inbox for June 18, 2018: Smokescreens, Kat Cunning, The Atomic Bitchwax, & More!

Artist: Smokescreens
Song: “Used to Yesterday”
Album: Single

From their upcoming album of the same name, Smokescreens’ “Used to Yesterday” gives listeners an idea of what to expect from the new album. The track is a classic power pop song with a three chord riff.

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Artist: Kat Cunning
Song: “Make U Say”
Album: Single

A multi-talented individual, Kat Cunning draws inspiration from her study of dance as well as her experience on stage. Her sultry voice has gained her an impressive following.

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Artist: The Atomic Bitchwax
Song: “Hippie Speedball”
Album: Force Field

Taken from their latest album, The Atomic Bitchwax’s “Hippie Speedball” shows their unique style. It’s fun and frenetic rock ‘n roll.

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Artist: Eliza & the Delusionals
Song: “Half Empty Girl”
Album: Single

Australian indie band Eliza & the Delusionals has been making waves since their creation in 2015. Their latest single is a sweet yet punchy tune.

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Artist: Alice Glass
Song: “Mine”
Album: Single

Much of Alice Glass’ music comes from a deeply personal place. This song stems from her experience leaving an abusive relationship.

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Artist: Anna’s Anchor
Song: “Summer Camp”
Album: Single

Ireland’s Anna’s Anchor is the solo project of Marty Ryan. His highly lyrical style is reminiscent of early 2000’s emo.

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