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Concert Review: The Beths, Rosie Tucker, August 14, Lee’s Palace

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New Zealand’s The Beths played a stellar set at Lee’s Palace this past Sunday night touring in advance of their upcoming third album Expert In A Dying Field. Over the course of roughly an hour, the band put on an impressive performance as they ran through an incredibly tight set that focused on tracks from their first two albums alongside a handful of tracks from the upcoming album. Since releasing their debut Future Me Hates Me back in 2018, The …

Song Of The Day – Kiwi Jr. – Unspeakable Things

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Toronto indie rockers Kiwi Jr. just released their latest album Chopper this past Friday and it’s a good one. Check out the video for “Unspeakable Things”, the lead track off the album, below.

Song Of The Day: Maz O’Connor – What I Wanted

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Earlier this year, English singer-songwriter Maz O’Connor released her latest album What I Wanted. The title track to that album is a beautiful piece, with O’Connor’s ethereal vocals floating atop a delicate piano part. Check it out below.

Song Of The Day: Fake Palms – Civil Liberties

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“Civil Liberties” is the latest single from Toronto’s Fake Palms, taken off of their upcoming third full-length album Lemons, which is due out on September 16 via Hand Drawn Dracula. Check out the video for “Civil Liberties” below.