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New Music From The Inbox: Dom Louis, Big Sixes, Elliot Moss, WEED, Dry The River

By: Juliette Jagger

Artist: Dom Louis “Dream On My Baby”
Album: Single
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“Dream On My Baby” from Toronto singer-songwriter Dom Louis falls within the realm of gentle, impassioned folk that relishes in the kind of distance, which makes the heart grow fonder.



Artist: Big Sixes “Unless I’m Mistaken”
The Idles

Bringing to mind the likes of both Alt-J and Canada’s very own Half Moon Run, Buckinghamshire’s Big Sixes are one of the UK’s brightest buzz bands this year.


Artist: Elliot Moss “I Can’t Swim”

With its fragile vocals, vivid yet dark imagery, and subtle electronic flourishes, “I Can’t Swim” from New York based singer, songwriter, producer, and multi-instrumentalist Elliot Moss, easily channels the likes of both Radiohead and Sam Smith.



Artist: WEED “Thousand Pounds”
Running Back
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Written about their crumbling friendship with another band from the Pacific North West, “Thousand Pounds” from Vancouver trio Weeds sounds surprisingly like what one would hope for from a self-proclaimed “dream-grunge” band.



Artist: Dry The River “Rollerskate”
Alarms In The Heart

Shot at their sold-out London Forum show back in October of last year, “Rollerskate” from UK alt-rock outfit Dry The River, speaks directly to just how much ground this band has covered in the few short years since their inception.


Juliette Jagger

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

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