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Austin Band ‘McBryde’ Displays Their Musical Prowess with Debut EP If Heaven Exists Here on Earth

Collaboratively, the members of McBryde use such to create a sound that sets them apart and makes them deserving of your curiosity.
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The Evolutionary Sound of The Story So Far's 'I Want To Disappear' Marks a Bold Step Forward

The Story So Far's latest album, "I Want To Disappear," marks a significant chapter in their career, showcasing a band that has evolved both musically and personally. Comprising ten tracks, this album resonates with the signature sound...
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Wild Heaven's 'I Need You': The Summer Anthem We've Been Waiting For

 To end spring off, we have Wild Heaven kicking off summer with a new release, their new album “I Need You” is out now and it is the vibe we need this season. 
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Wild Heaven's 'I Need You': The Summer Anthem We've Been Waiting For

 To end spring off, we have Wild Heaven kicking off summer with a new release, their new album “I Need You” is out now and it is the vibe we need this season. 
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Baltimore’s Very Own STMNTS Releases Tuneful New Single “Save Face” Following Their Debut EP.

In true pop-punk fashion, STMNTS’ new single “Save Face” follows suit with their debut EP “Tendencies.”
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KAREN DIÓ

Karen Dió, the viral punk star who has been grabbing attention on the internet left and right, signs to Hopeless Records. She simultaneously drops a set of singles, including a re-release of her fan-favorite track “Sick Ride,” which has caught the attention of Sum 41, Fred Durst, Kenny Hoopla, and more. Dió’s raucous, DIY punk anthems have commanded attention across seas all the way from her birthplace of Brazil, where she first laid the foundation for her bustling career. Now, Dió has found global appeal in her music, and is representing Brazilian rock music in a big way. 

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