• #SXSW Young Adults – “Let Us Out”

    SXSW is almost upon us and QRO is tossing up a few MMM-MMMP3 posts on some of our fave must-sees before the fest kicks off. We’ve dug the Boston-based Young Adults since their self-titled EP. This band is full frontal sonic assault with surf-punk vibes and style for miles....
  • Villa Cola- She EP

    Villa Cola – “Lost Days”

    This synthpop gem, "Lost Days", is courtesy of London-based trio Villa Cola, who inflict razor-sharp energy on the dark rhythm and ominous melody.  UNKLE-esque in its dire atmosphere, this otherwise poppy track is hard to resist with its combination of melancholy and upbeat agility. Stream the She EP on...
  • #FREEANDYANDORION

    What was supposed to be the start of something new and beautiful as Truman Peyote toured west to catch up on some FMLY business hit a snag somewhere outside St. Louis, Missouri about 21 hours ago. Here’s a good-cheer blog post from Caleb (of Truman Peyote) before the tour:...
  • Howth – “Keep Me Away From The Mirror”

    Howth crafts sweet acoustic tunes laden with the crystalline accompaniment of bells, strings, synths for quiet moments of musical meditation. The self-titled LP was recorded in a "makeshift basement studio" though you can’t tellfrom the production quality. Kudos to singer/songwriter Carl Creighton and mutli-instrumentalist/producer Blake Luley for pulling a...
  • Seven Saturdays – “Early Morning Fog Bank” (Sun Airway remix)

    Seven Saturdays, a multi-instrument composer from LA, released his 7-song debut EP The Snowflakes that Hit Us Became Our Stars last fall, and it’s a glistening exhibit of the softer side of electronics.   In a remix of one of the tracks, "Early Morning Fog Bank", Sun Airway adds a hypnotic...
  • Eskimeaux – “For Power Animal”

    The core driving force of Eskimeaux is a female vocal that sounds like it fell from heaven. Wispy yet powerful, ethereal yet robust, Eskimeaux rides the strength of the lovely chanteuse into the disparate territories of Enya-style ambient in "Discarded", Joanna Newsome-esque harp Gaelicism in "Hills", ice queen balladeering...
  • Sean Nicholas Savage – “The Natural Rhythm”

    Sean Nicholas Savage has popped up in MMMP3s quite a few times lately since I got back from my trip to the Great White North. I saw him a couple times while in Toronto, and knew right away this guy was a natural performer. The albums are no less...
  • The Droves – “Plexi and Tandem”

    The Droves push the you-can’t-always-get-what-you-want envelope pretty hard on "Plexi and Tandem" until about 90 seconds into the song when the snares start firing, an organ lights up, and the chorus kicks in, lifting the song beyond the boundaries of mere Rolling Stones rehash. Some bands might take offense...
  • Sacred Animals – “Still Removed”

    QRO has had its eyes and ears on the Dublin-based outfit Sacred Animals for a while now, waiting for the right time to drop a post, and what better time than right before their show this Friday with QRO fave Kohwi ? Give the track below a spin and...
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