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New Tunes Tuesday: Atoms for Peace, Mount Moriah, Golden Grrls


According to The Farmer's Almanac, this past Saturday, Old Man Winter's back was broken and we can expect warmer, sunnier temps. Similarly, the tunes are getting a little brighter this week.---

Must Have:
Atoms for Peace, AMOK

”Judge, Jury and Executioner”

Best Hardcore-to-Country Crossover:
Mount Moriah, Miracle Temple:

”Younger Days”

Best Snarky Seniors (of pop/punk/rock/Brit-indie):
Golden Grrls, Holy Fire:

”We’ve Got”

Most Meh:
Shout Out Louds, Optica

”Blue Ice”

Honorable Mentions:
Alcoa, Bone & Marrow
Doldrums, Lesser Evil
Gold Fields, Black Sun
Sally Shapiro, Somewhere Else