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Ian Chang Releases Debut Album at Baby's All Right, 09.27

Ian Chang redefines what it means to be a drummer. Embarking on a solo-project aside from his work with Son Lux and Landlady, Chang focuses on bridging the gap between man and machine. He uses his drum-kit to manipulate music samples in order to weave music more dense and sensuous than perhaps otherwise possible, relying on crystalline polyrhythms to build and release tension. Experience Ian Chang at work when he releases his debut album “Spiritual Leader” at Baby’s All Right on 09.27. –Amanda Ogea

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Cinematic Ambience

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Band name: 
Noveller
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.facebook.com/novellermusic/
Venue name: 
Union Pool
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Experimental Folk-Rock

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Band name: 
Star Rover
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.facebook.com/Star-Rover-151713221585824/
Venue name: 
Union Pool
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Fresh Buzz! Tino Drima drops LP "Her Kind of Man", plays Verdi Club 9/22

"Tino Drima is a cauldron of then, now, and what will be" boasts the band's profile. Though that may be a lofty statement for an artist to make, there's no denying that Tino Drima has the uncanny ability to effortlessly wade through multiple styles, feels, and time periods with their music. Frontman Gregory DiMartino's crooning vocals are as enchanting as they are distant, and the band's instrumentals manage to pull off both a laid-back effortlessness, and driving, visceral rock 'n' roll. The band's new album dropping 9/22, Her Kind of Man, is a hearty mix of lax, cool-kid ballads and borderline-experimental doo-wop anthems that leave us scrambling trying to choose a favorite. Listen to Tino Drima streaming below and catch the band live at the Verdi Club 9/22.-Olivia Sisinni

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The edgy sound of NYC: LANZ unveils video for "Karla's Retreat," LP out in October

Benjamin Lanz has played in several bands you might know, including the National and Beirut, but the solo debut of his new project LANZ is just as compelling as his other acts. "Karla's Retreat," from his upcoming album Hoferlanz I, is a driving and forceful track, laden with melodic hooks from piano, guitar and an unexpected brass section, and the song is helped along by a powerful, yet tasteful rhythm section. The instrumental breaks are some of the most confident we've heard this year, but their impact is deepened by Lanz's self-assured vocals, which also keep "Karla's Retreat" structurally sound. All this is supported by a charming video depicting Lanz in a slightly ominous, cabin-y studio, and outdoor scenes of potentially creepy houses. It's shot on film, which you might've guessed. "Karla's Retreat" is defiantly indie, but perhaps the most captivating thing about this song in a sometimes uncertain genre is that LANZ's feet are planted firmly on the ground. Hoferlanz I is out October 14th, and will also be released as a cassette for Cassette Store Day. -Geena Kloeppel

 

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