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NEW RELEASE ROUNDUP: Noteworthy Nods 2022, Week 25

That time of the week is back again when we reveal our “Noteworthy Nods”: a weekly roundup of fresh new releases that had our ears pricking up as soon as we cranked them up.

Last week’s highlights included of SlowdazeJonny AshHoly CovesPop Will Eat ItselfRoe and Spangled and you can listen to all of their tracks and many others over here if you missed it. Today’s choice-picks include another wide variety of genuine gems from bands/musicians including Voodoo Bandits, Razorlight, The Demo, The Wits, San Quentin, Goodnight Sunrise, Civic Green and Embrace.

We hope you enjoy our favorite tracks as much as we did this week and we’d love to hear which you saved to your own playlists so please do give us a shout over on social media to let us (and the musicians) know.

Aside from the aforementioned track recommendations, our Noteworthy section includes weekly videocast interviews featuring musical talent we hope are either already or, about to become your new favorite artists. You can watch/rewatch all previous episodes via the video playlist below.

As always, don’t be a stranger! Please send any recommendations or track submissions to us over on Twitter and Instagram. We look forward to hearing from you and hope you enjoy the tracks we’ve picked out for you this week.

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