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New Artists on the Rise

Every week, we feature independent and emerging artists who are making exciting, innovative music.
Smith Westerns fans might want to take note of guitarist Max Kakacek and drummer Julien Ehrlich's new band.
The Queens garage-rock band inaugurates Daptone Records' new rock imprint, Wick Records.
The New York City band ably incorporates blues and gospel inflections into its hazy psych-rock.
The music on John-Rodgers' new album, Nashville Demos, ranges from grunge to alt-country.
The Nashville singer and songwriter reinvents herself with her new album, Ain't Who I Was.
Craft's debut album, Dolls Of Highland, is influenced by Louisiana and David Bowie in equal measure. Hear two songs.
The young California songwriter makes a splash with his debut EP, 27.
Hear a stomping blues-rock duo that sounds like a two-person Led Zeppelin reincarnation.
Hear two songs from the Pacific Northwest singer-songwriter's new album, produced by Tucker Martine.
Rarely has teen angst sounded as fun as it does on 23-year-old Will Toledo's newest album.
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