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Thursday, March 22, 2018

That New New: 10 Banging New Tracks From San Antonio Artists

Posted By on Thu, Mar 22, 2018 at 5:04 PM

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Garrett T. Capps – “Baby Please”

What people should appreciate about honky-tonk revivalist Garrett T. Capps, is that while the songs he writes aren’t the most technical, there’s magic in the simplicity of his work – which is often harder than just shredding through a 4-minute track. On “Baby Please,” from the artist’s forthcoming full length In the Shadows (Again), Capps demonstrates his ability to write music that any fan of indie rock, Americana, blues or country could appreciate.


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Young Dreyfuss – “Holy Ghost”

'90s alt rock vocal melodies match 2000s indie tones, lofi-garage textures, and hip-hop beats for a mix that makes me think these guys couldn’t decide what sound to go for, so they picked all of them and it somehow works. Not exactly sure what genre this is, but it’s fucking dope.




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Spy MC – “Matter”

Easily one of our favorite local MCs, Spy MC’s ability to tell a story through his rhymes is evident especially on his newest track “Matter.” The song is also a shining demonstration of the rapper's technical cadences that wraps around the beat with precision and confidence.



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