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Thursday, March 22, 2018

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

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Verisimilitude - “Melting Marshmallows”

Oh shiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiit! New V-tude is something to be excitied about. Despite how young this trio is, this prog/rock/indie/weirdo/psych outfit has been performing longer than most of the bands gigging on the strip. The opening track “Melting Marshmallows,” from the group’s brand new self-titled EP is a prime example of how much these folks have grown. The band makes you wait for it (and by it I mean the psychedelic glory that comes along with their entire catalog) with several build ups before carrying listeners through sleepy fields of reverb before rocketing into a plane of heavy, distorted guitar and bass.

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Nahaya – At Work with Fire”

If technical metal with drumming as precise as a surgeon and moments that will want to bang your head at your office (I may not or may not be completely rocking out at the office right now), is your thing, prog/technical/metalcore outfit Nahaya’s latest single “At Work with Your Fire” is dose of heavy missing from your life.

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