NEW TRACK: Inner Wave - Rose + the released of the video for Oof

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NEW TRACK: Inner Wave - Rose + the released of the video for Oof

by LITSTYLE STAFF

Los Angeles’ Lo-fi  Latinx virtuosos Inner Wave released a  fresh track called Rose just a couple of days ago. As a longtime fan of this band I have come to see them grow in amazing ways.  They’ve managed to change their sound on almost every album and still remain Inner Wave.

 

Rose is totally worth a listen for anybody that enjoys lo-fi  funk.  As a bonus, they also released a video for their May 2019 track Oof Also a lo-fi beauty you will not want to miss. 

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Sarah Nichols lives and writes in Connecticut, and is the author of eight chapbooks, including She May Be a Saint (Porkbelly Press, 2019) and This is Not a Redemption Story (Dancing Girl Press, 2018.) Her work is forthcoming in the Twin Peaks poetry anthology, These Poems are Not What They Seem (Apep Publications, 2020) and her poems and essays have also appeared in Drunk Monkeys and Five:2:One Magazine.

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