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[Premiere] Emma’s Lounge – Heading For The Hills

Appalachian-inspired Ashville quintet Emma’s Lounge create punk rock roots music, sprinkled with indie electro funk. Prior to launching EM, band spearhead Logan Venderlic​ was hailed as the Appalachian Tom Petty by The Wall Street Journal and drew comparisons to The Clash from NPR. After a brutal series of events, Venderlic sought refuge in his close knit group of friends who eventually became the brick and mortar of the new band. “Heading For The Hills” finds the outfit in fine form, melding powerful riffs, dynamic backing vocals Springsteen-esque promise land howls. Their newest LP, Confluence, drops next week on October 12th.

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[Premiere] Sun Kin – Honey, I’m Whole

Sun Kin is alt-pop music by Kabir Kumar, a Bombay-born, Indian-Canadian, Oakland-based musician.
 
Today, Kumar is sharing his latest single, “Honey, I’m Whole,” and shares, “This song is about wishing that someone you’ve loved forever could meet someone you just fell in love with. I thought that I’d always be able to send my Nani an email, asking for her shami kebab recipe. To visit her, every precious couple of years, and stand eagerly over her shoulder sniffing the bubbling rajma. Or sit in her protective wingspan in the auto, clattering over to the local mithai wallah for some diamond-shaped kaju barfis. I wish I could hear it from her lips, how early in the morning you need to wake up to simmer a love worth remembering.

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