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Indie Rock Band Slow Lights Is Getting Thousands of Plays on Spotify

Summer is here, which means it’s time for poolside hangs and new music! Slow Lights, an awesome 4-piece band out of the Baltimore area, has been picking up momentum on Spotify with their latest hit Portable Cabana’s. The bands tracks have been getting thousands of streams of Spotify and getting added to a bunch of fan playlists. It’s the perfect time to check them out! Slow Lights formed in 2013. Having written a multitude of original songs, Asa Kurland, teamed up with Felipe Cantuaria, Jason Altomare, Mike Pivik, and Troy Long to bring the tracks to life. Their classic instrumentation is centered around Asa’s acoustic songwriting and smooth indie tone. Slow Lights captures a coulful sound with a mix of rock and roll, funky rhythms, and the feel of an old school big band.

Portable Cabanas really makes you see how the band is described as a combination of rock, pop and horns leaning them to a bit of a jazz influence with a horn section. Portable Cabanas is now on Spotify, you can check it out here. You can also get a free download on Noisetrade. Hope you like it as much as I do! Looking forward to more from them!


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Youngblood Hawke Is Pretty Awesome But The Bangin’ New Duo The Bergamot Will Steal Your Heart And Soul

Youngblood Hawke is pretty awesome but the bangin’ new duo The Bergamot will steal your heart and soul. The Bergamot, as an essential oil, is meant to uplift and relax you, and Bergamot, the band, does that and more. They nourish your mind, your body, your soul and encourage you to shine on; after all, you are what you listen to. Their new album “Tones” encompasses what this creative duo is all about. The rich lyrics that were written from the heart, from their actual life experiences and keen observations, coupled with their transcendent voices that harmonize so well are all evident in their highly anticipated album “Tones” and a taste of the album can be heard in the first single off the album, “Forget About Tomorrow”.

You can purchase “Forget About Tomorrow” on iTunes at: http://bit.ly/iTunes-ForgetAboutTomorrow. To stay informed about what’s going with The Bergamot, visit them on Facebook at: http://bit.ly/TheBergamot-Facebook, YouTube at: http://bit.ly/TheBergamot-Youtube, and Twitter at: http://bit.ly/TheBergamot-Twitter. You can also check out their official website www.TheBergamot.com.


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