New Music From The Inbox, 25 July 2016: The Dirty Nil, Great American Canyon Band, Elephant Stone, Limestone Chorus, Mark Allen-Piccolo

By: Juliette Jagger (@juliettejagger)

Artist: The Dirty Nil “Zombie Eyed”
Album/EP:
Higher Power
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Full of fuzz, guts, and punk rock glory, “Zombie Eyed” from The Dirty Nil is one comically bloody affair.

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Artist: Great American Canyon Band “Crash” (Live)
Album/EP:
Only You Remain
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As the first single off of their debut LP Only You Remain, “Crash” from the Great American Canyon Band haunts the airwaves with western-tinged guitars and the wistful warmth of a Southern California sun.

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Artist: Elephant Stone “Manipulator”
Album/EP:
Ship of Fools
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Off of their soon to be released fourth full-length album Ship of Fools, “Manipulator” from Montreal psych-rock trio Elephant Stone pairs modern social commentary with some seriously infectious grooves. Oh, and the video was inspired by Pokemon Go so there’s that.

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Artist: Limestone Chorus “Woods & Water”
Album/EP:
Deer Friends
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From Niagara folk ensemble Limestone Chorus, “Woods & Water” deals in subtle twangy guitars, rolling percussion, and whispered vocal harmonies and is a tune about searching for familiarity in human connectivity.

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Artist: Mark Allen-Piccolo “Do For You”
Album/EP:
Left From Here
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Off of his brand new album Left From Here, “Do For You” from Bay Area singer-songwriter Mark Allen-Piccolo is a dreamy little indie ballad about being free from life’s responsibilities to explore your inner-self and doing it with a companion who accepts you for who you are.

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Juliette Jagger

Juliette Jagger is a Canadian music journalist. She is on Twitter @juliettejagger.

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