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Published on October 1st, 2018 | by Alan Cross

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New Music from the Inbox for October 1, 2018: Starset, Makeout, Lost In Japan, & More!

[Here are Nerhys’ weekly picks. WordPress crapped out on her, so I’m posting things for her. – AC]

Artist: Starset

Song: “Bringing It Down (Version 2.0)”

Album: Vessels 2

Ohio cinematic rockers Starset just released an expanded edition of their Fearless Records debut. It features reimagined, acoustic, and remixed versions of songs.

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Artist: Makeout

Song: “Blast Off”

Album: Single

Pop-punk band Makeout spent the summer touring with the Vans Warped Tour. Footage for the music video for their latest single “Blast Off” was compiled from footage from the tour.

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Artist: Lost In Japan

Song: “Never Was You”

Album: Single

Lost In Japan aims to make music that offers an escape from the monotony of the daily grind. The London, Ontario band is getting ready to release their full-length debut this month.

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Artist: Kodaline

Song: “Head Held High”

Album: Single

Irish indie band Kodaline is setting out to tour Europe and North America this fall and winter after a busy summer on the festival circuit. Their latest single is a fun piece of pop featuring the mandolin.

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Artist: Night Lights

Song: “Talk to Me”

Album: Single

Seattle quartet Sloucher first began to gain attention with their debut EP in 2016. They’re set to release their debut full-length in November.

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Artist: Night Lights

Song: “Talk to Me”

Album: Single

Featuring infectious lyrics, catchy hooks, jangly guitars, and driving drums, LA-based band Night Lights’ latest single is fun and upbeat. Their music has quickly gained popularity.

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is an internationally known broadcaster, interviewer, writer, consultant, blogger and speaker. In his 30+ years in the music business, Alan has interviewed the biggest names in rock, from David Bowie and U2 to Pearl Jam and the Foo Fighters. He’s also known as a musicologist and documentarian through programs like The Ongoing History of New Music.


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