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Edition #108

Today, we recommend the new songs by Elio Ricca, benzii, Marseille, Linn Koch-Emmery, and Midas Fall.

Elio Ricca. Photo: Promotional

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This Sunday morning, we present you with a broad collection of sonic artistry, from driven rhythms and perfectly crafted guitar sounds to stomping beats and otherworldly soundscapes.

Elio Ricca – Duck (Forever for a Day)

Swiss duo Elio Ricca's new single, Duck (Forever for a Day), combines the best qualities of post-punk and indie rock with a pinch of wonky sounds. The result feels exhilarating: upbeat and sinister at the same time but highly addictive.


benzii – beine spüren

Experimental techno artist benzii is a familiar name here. She continues to refine her danceable yet introspective sound. In her new single, beine spüren, the German dabbles for the first time with her native language. Dreamy yet pumping.


Marseille – Monkey In The Middle

Marseille, an up-and-coming UK band, conjure the swagger of acts like The Stone Roses. Monkey In The Middle builds up a towering wall of sound—a heavy, full-bodied rock song with outstanding guitar work that still neatly incorporates the indie vibe.


Linn Koch-Emmery – Happy

Sweden's Linn Koch-Emmery made it impossible not to pick her new song, Happy, today—even shortly after Ebay Armour. Her bedroom-whisper voice meets a multi-layered composition and, again, an otherworldly melodic beauty.


Midas Fall – Atrophy

Scottish outfit Midas Fall have released their latest album, Cold Waves Divide Us, filled with astounding songs between post-rock and ambient soundscapes. Atrophy is a stunning epos that makes you feel small and insignificant.

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