Quick Track Review: Borito – My Kind of Love

Artist: Borito

Song: My Kind of Love

Genre: Indie Rock/Alternative Rock

Label: Self-released

Hailing from Tel Aviv, “Borito” are focused on rewinding things back a bit to Summer with their new single “My Kind of Love.” Well, at least the Summers we had before our current pandemic where we could enjoy the sunny days without fearing for our lives. “My Kind of Love” is a sugary and undeniably catchy ear worm with it’s jangly and dreamy guitars and sense of playful fun. It’s sure to make anyone’s Summertime playlist. The track will appear on the band’s upcoming debut album “What We Have Now” for which a release date has yet to be unveiled, but it’s looking like the album will drop soon at a time when we need a sunny escape the most.

Written By: Steven Sandoval

Movie Club Share New Single “Rainshadow” featuring Rami Jaffee and Jessy Greene

Venice Beach-based instrumental Rock duo “Movie Club” are set to release their debut full-length album Black Flamingo on November 27th, and the album is shaping up to be more than the jam Rock grooviness we’ve come to expect from the band. The proof is in their new single “Rainshadow.” Incorporating beautiful and cinematic violin and keys provided by Jessy Greene and Rami Jaffee, the track is a lot more melancholy than it’s predecessor, prompting the listener to imagine a rainy day. You can listen to “Rainshadow” below:

The Earflower Experiment Shares New Single “Grow” featuring Aman Saxena

Listening to “The Earflower Experiment’s” music is like taking a spiritual journey. Whether that journey be enlightening or nightmarish, one thing is certain, not a second of this music is wasted on filler, and you will feel this music and experience it’s cinematic epicness, and there’s always a climactic conclusion to each song. Sole member Astaaq Ahmed has released yet another new track under his “The Earflower Experiment” project that sets the bar very high for artists exploring the realms of “Psychedelic” and “Experimental” Rock. The track is titled “Grow,” and it features frequent collaborator Aman Saxena. You can listen to “Grow” below:

Sapphire Blues Share New Single “Ourselves Forgotten”

Bristol’s own “Sapphire Blues” have released a new single titled “Ourselves Forgotten” via “Blitzcat Records.” The track further explores the unsparing Post-Punk-laden style the band have perfected with dark and impressively catchy anxiety-inducing instrumentation with observant lyrical content that is “influenced by small town boredom and an urge to get away from memories under the skin of every street. Losing yourself on the weekend, over and over again, hanging to your daydreams as a means of escape.” You can listen to “Ourselves Forgotten” below:

METZ Share New Song “Blind Youth Industrial Park”

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Furrowed Brow Share New Single “Pissing Superfluous”

With an infinite supply of wit and a sardonic sense of humor, Manchester’s own “Furrowed Brow” have returned with yet another new track that is both undeniably catchy and deliciously cynical. “Pissing Superfluous” will have your foot tapping and head bobbing while you ask yourself “Are they insulting me?” You can listen to “Pissing Superfluous” below:

Broken Baby and Tummyache Share New Single “Ctrl-Alt-Delete”

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Shame Release New Single “Alphabet”

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New Order Share New Single “Be a Rebel”

Today “New Order” have shared their first new music since their 2015 album Music Complete. It’s a track titled “Be a Rebel,” and about the song frontman Bernard Sumner has stated, “In tough times we wanted to reach out with a new song. We can’t play live for a while, but music is still something we can all share together. We hope you enjoy it… until we meet again.” You can listen to “Be a Rebel” below:

Movie Club Share New Single “Thunder”

Venice Beach duo “Movie Club” have been releasing E.P. after E.P. of skillfully structured instrumentals rich in California soaked “Rock” that would catch the attention of fans of “Psychedelia” and “Stoner Rock” since last year. Following their recent E.P. Man O’ War, the band are set to release their debut full-length album Black Flamingo in November. Today the band have shared the album’s first single “Thunder,” and it is another groovy tune that finds the duo doing what they do best, rocking our faces off. The track features bassist Tim Lefebvre (David Bowie, Black Crowes). You can listen to “Thunder” below: