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New Songs from Local Artists That Will Make Your Summer Shine 

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Granite Hands "Water Bears"

Opening the explosive second album from Sorush Ranjbar's project Granite Hands, "Don't Do It" manages to touch on everything from indie-pop to free-jazz, and even post-hardcore. With a guitar playing style reminiscent of Omar Rodriguez Lopez circa early- Mars Volta this track retains a cohesiveness despite its genre acrobatics

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D.R.O. "light privilege"

After two impressive displays of alternative hip hop via the DRO EP and the EAT album, San Antonio rapper Dillon O'Con better known as D.R.O. returns with a relatively darker track compared to the rest of his catalog. The track creeps forward while electric guitar notations jangle in the background creating a somber ambience for O'Con to cut through with razor sharp verses.

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Milli Mars "Class of '99"

Back with his signature baritone vocals that have been rumbling over tracks for the better part of a decade, regional favorite Milli Mars is not showing signs of slowing down anytime soon. With his latest endeavor "Class of '99" (whose video can be summed up with one word - "ass"), Mars raps over a "The Rain (Supa Dupa Fly)"-esque beat with a nonchalant I-still-don't-give-a-fuck-what-you-think-about-me vibe.

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