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Published on December 5th, 2016 | by Juliette Jagger

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New Music From The Inbox: Saxsyndrum, Gutxi Bibang, A Valley Son, Shiny Wet Machine, The Velveteins

By: Juliette Jagger (@juliettejagger)

Artist: Saxsyndrum “Up To You”
Album/EP:
Single
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Known as electro-jazz deconstructionists, Montreal-based trio Saxsyndrum, has returned with a brand new track titled, “Up To You.” The song sees the band continuing their shift into pop territory while perfectly straddling the line between live-electronics and their experimental roots.

Plus, who doesn’t appreciate a good sax solo, am-I right?

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Artist: Gutxi Bibang “System of a Gun”
Album/EP:
Single
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Here’s what you need to know about Gutxi Bibang: he’s a second-generation African from the Basque region of northern Spain, and sonically he clocks in somewhere between Jimi Hendrix and Lenny Kravitz––the guy literally oozes cool.

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Artist: A Valley Son “Dark Places”
Album/EP:
Sunset Park EP
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Off of this Brooklyn-quartet’s forthcoming EP Sunset Park, “Dark Places” seamlessly ties their harmony-laden, soulful rock & roll songwriting and Southern gothic-inspired storytelling together with a bow.

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Artist: Shiny Wet Machine “Stun Gun”
Album/EP:
Single
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Shiny Wet Machine (a new collaborative project between Sizzy Rocket + Alex Fitts of The Kickdrums) has just released their debut track, the infectiously charged, “Stun Gun.” Hook-laden and full of fuzz, the song pays homage to the merits of both member’s previous works but also stands loud af all on its own.

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Artist: The Velveteins “Don’t Yah Feel Better?”
Album/EP:
Slow Wave
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Off of their forthcoming debut LP, Slow Wave, “Don’t Yah Feel Better?” from Edmonton trio The Velveteins relishes the sweet simplicity of 60s guitar-pop and blends it with the gentle twang of both surf rock and traditional Indian music.

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


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