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QWAM - They Might Be Giants - Rosie Carney

QWAM - Dirty Feet / Doggie Door. Background - Brooklyn punk band QWAM will release its debut EP, Feed Me, on January 19th.  It's a collection of five high-energy, angst-fueled tracks that feature driving guitars, frenetic drums, and snarling vocals from lead singer Felicia Lobo. The band previously shared a taste of the EP with lead single "Doggie Door," and late last week they released "Dirty Feet," a song about finding yourself and holding on to who you are in a sea of faces. Written during 3am subway rides and perfected in sweaty Brooklyn basements, Feed Me is full of clever lyrics, anthemic choruses, and catchy group vocals. It was produced, engineered, and mixed by Jack Counce at Studio G and is currently available for pre-order on Bandcamp. QWAM will celebrate their debut release at Brooklyn's Knitting Factory on January 24th. BANDCAMP , FACEBOOK . Latest song 'Dirty Feet' from the soon to be released debut EP is accompanied by the first

The Luck - Radio Drive - They Might Be Giants - Mitch Bullen

The Luck - Rise and Shine. Background - London indie folk duo The Luck have premiered the video for their new single Rise and Shine, which is out now through Common Market Music. The Luck are Max and Esmay Luck, a brother and sister duo whose indie folk sound is influenced by their childhood musical heritage, from Fleetwood Mac and Simon & Garfunkel to Joni Mitchell and The Eagles. Singing in choirs and learning to play an array of instruments, including cello, harp, piano, guitar and bass, from an early age, they finally formed a band together in 2011. Residing in Los Angeles over the past year, the pair have been working with Paul Broucek, President of Music at Warner Brothers Pictures, and three-time Grammy Award-winning engineer/mixer Ed Cherney (The Rolling Stones, Eric Clapton, Bonnie Raitt), and with over a million Spotify streams to their name, they will be announcing their debut album soon. New single Rise and Shine follows their True North EP released last year and