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Music by Bergman: Cut Worms

Max Clarke, known by his stage name Cut Worms, is a singer, songwriter, and musician hailing from Ohio who is currently based in Brooklyn, New York. Cut Worms has opened for bands such as Jenny Lewis, Kevin Morby, The Lemon Twigs and Michael Rault. Cut Worms released the EP Alien Sunset in 2017.

The scarlet-clad balladeer Cut Worms opens the door to his newly announced self-titled record with “Ballad of the Texas King,” carrying forward his signature vivid storytelling and superb knack for catchy and classic sounding melodies.

Best Covers: MYRY  “Je te laisserai des mots’

The moody pop sensation, MYRY, has been writing songs since her pre-teen days. Raised in Brussels, she started building a fanbase via YouTube, releasing covers that reached millions of views such as  “Je te laisserai des mots” by Canadian songwriter Patrick Watson.

Introducing…Fellow Robot

Fellow Robot originated as a concept piece in 2016, referencing the sci-fi novel by the group’s lead singer Anthony Pedroza, The Robot’s Guide to Music. Since then, it has evolved to represent the blurred lines between science fiction and reality in modern life. The new album, Misanthropioid, is a perfect reflection of this. Produced with Andrew Scheps, the project explores what it means to be human — with brutally honest lyrics and melancholic sonics. Addressing serious and vulnerable topics, it depicts the dark side of humanity as well as the hopeful side.

4Ever Songs: Gerry Rafferty ‘Baker Street’

Gerry Rafferty‘s ‘Baker Street’ inspired a boom in saxophone solos in the late 1970s, and it remains one of the all-time greatest soft rock songs of all time. Scottish singer-songwriter Gerry Rafferty wrote it for his second solo album City to City, released in 1978. It was his first release since his former band Stealers Wheel broke up, and had been unable to release any material because of disputes about the band’s remaining contract.

The muses of La Musa: The Beaches

Despite their chokers and platform shoes, The Beaches are not your typical 90’s like girl-band.  They are killer Canadian musicians with a unique edgy flare! Their love of rock and roll is obvious; with wide spanning influences including Nirvana, The Strokes, Amy Winehouse, St. Vincent, FIDLAR, and Blondie.

The Beaches have announced that they will release their new album, Blame My Ex, on September 15th and have also unveiled their unbelievably catchy new single, Blame Brett.

Divus Julius presents: Teenage Fanclub

Initially lauded for the sonically dense, guitar-driven anthems that heralded them as unexpected stars of the alternative rock era, the perception of Scotland’s Teenage Fanclub transformed over time, eventually earning the group a reputation as pop craftsmen famous for a distinctive brand of classicist ’60s- and ’70s-style power pop and folk-rock. 

They have announced a new album, Nothing Lasts Forever, coming September 22 via Merge. Recorded at Raymond McGinley’s house in Glasgow and in the Welsh countryside at Rockfield Studios, Nothing Lasts Forever follows 2021’s Endless Arcade and features the jangly lead single “Foreign Land.”