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The Few @ Hungry Brain (10/13)

Improvisational Acoustic trio The Few are releasing a new album, Beauty at Low Temperatures, on October 13th via Two Cities Records. The two 27 plus minutes tracks were recorded at the Hideout and May Chapel in 2017 and 2018.

The Few is the work of Macie Stewart of Ohmme (violin / voice), Charlie Kirchen (bass) and Steve Marquette (guitar).

You can catch The Few at Hungry Brain on October 13th celebrating the release of this album.

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Jaded Babies
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10.11: Blonde Redhead's Kazu Makino plays solo show at Rough Trade

Blonde Redhead fans will delight in seeing Kazu Makino step out on her own and perform her solo material at Rough Trade on October 11th. Makino has released her first solo album called Adult Baby, which contains much of the same entrancing psych artistry that her band's fans have come to expect. Adult Baby takes that to the next level, as Makino plans to release a visual aspect to the record as well. The artist has already released the video to "Come Behind Me, So Good!" as part of that visual album; as if the faux-Satanic tint to the backwards-masked-sounding lyrics wasn't enough, in the video, Makino gyrates in a sheer outfit before the altar and the image of Jesus as other revelers sway in time with her. Take a look at the video for yourself, and go see her at Rough Trade on October 11th. - Will Sisskind





Half Stop

The Neo-Soul trio Half Stop recently released their self-titled debut EP. This is the new jazzy project from Paul Beckman (drums), Xander Beberman (synth), and Will Cabaniss (electric piano and vocals)

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Glutenhead - Debut Experimental Folk Album "Glugen Frau"

Brand new experimental folk rock group Glutenhead released their debut album “Glugen Frau” last month. The band explains the history of the album title:

“The phrase Glugen Frau first came up in my life innocuously, when I was eighteen and in Berlin. In a moment of manic while ordering at a restaurant, realizing I didn’t know any german, I asked for the food to be “Glugen Frau.” 5 years later, it was time to look up what it meant.”

The rough translation is "Glimmering Woman” You can expect it all on this album as you can tell from the track “how it feels” which contains a variety of influences. Give ‘er a spin and see what you can gather from Glutenhead. – Kris Gies

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