19 September 2019
19. September 2019 By Walter Price 0

GTC Has REAL ROCK AND ROLL MUSIC BLOG Track Picks [ 19 September 2019 ]

19 September 2019 and RRAR Music Blog has fresh tracks!

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Tracks by Browsing Collection, Lauren Tate, and Lewsberg!!

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by Maria Haskins

A brand new track from Swedish rockers Browsing Collection, and it’s another banging track, addictive and FUN from start to finish. This band has such an awesome vibe and energy, it makes me happy every time I give them a listen.

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LAUREN TATE – What About The Kids

by Maria Savva

“What About The Kids” is the first single from Lauren Tate’s debut solo album, “Songs For Sad Girls”, set for release on September 20th, 2019. Lauren is one of the brightest talents in today’s rock music scene. You might recognize her as the lead singer of Hands Off Gretel.

The thought-provoking track, “What About The Kids”, was written, mixed and produced by Lauren. You can pre-order the album now directly from her website.

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by Neil Schiller

Minimalism is the watchword for Lewsberg. The band hail from Rotterdam and produce sparse, stripped back industrial rock music with a heavy Lou Reed-esque feel to it. I’ve seen them referred to as the Dutch Velvet Underground, and I kind of get that, but for me there’s a little more going on too. I almost feel like I can detect a bit of the desolate post-punk of Joy Division in there also. And the wry vocal delivery reminds me, weirdly, of Kings of Convenience.

You won’t find much in the way of social media presence for these guys, they seem to prefer to keep a pretty low profile and let the music do the talking for them. Check out their eponymous debut album for more of this stuff, it’s all pretty glorious, to be honest.

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Track picks for September 19, 2019

19 September 2019

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