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Give Thanks to the Freaksgiving Bash

The holiday season can be a string of joyous occasions sprinkled with gifts and seasonal flavored drinks. Most of the time, it's quite the opposite, where only terrible times are had when you're forced to deal with people you have no interest in spending time with. Fall and winter festivities always mark the approaching end of the year and while 99% of us are ready for 2016 to be all sorts of over, let's spend one of the more fatty holidays of the year with some freaks.

Noisey instrumentals will come at you from all directions during the Freaksgiving Bash this Wednesday, where enjoyably mesmerizing solo acts Consumer and Dolphin Midwives will join experimental duo Gooo and Baronic Wall's space pop as they play the space at Turn Turn Turn. It'll be a fairly unconventional way to kick off a day of gluttonous mouth stuffing, but it'll be a bomb bash nonetheless. 

It's 21+ and starts at 8pm.





Buzz Alert: RadaR crafts indie rock for the dancefloor

With smooth vocals and punchy, danceable riffs punctuated by synths, DC-based RadaR offers infectious indie rock that's guaranteed to grip you on the dancefloor. Featuring soaring hooks, catchy melodies, and an electro-britpop sensibility, the band's music is instantly compelling, but their deeper lyricism offers even more for listeners to engage with beyond a first-blush pass through. Listen to RadaR streaming below.-Olivia Sisinni

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Jaw Gems bring trippy neo-soul to House of Blues

Jaw Gems, a group of four guys hailing from the upper reaches of New England--Portland, Maine--are producing some of the most refreshing neo-soul music out there. Planting themselves in the same vein as artists like Thundercat and Flying Lotus, the group crafts fat and funky instrumentals that edge toward the experimental side. They band effortlessly laces their trippy hip hop beats with strong jazz influences, and maybe the occasional transmission from Mars. Catch the band opening for Lettuce at the House of Blues 12/31, and in the meantime, stream them below.-Olivia Sisinni





Protovulcan

Protovulcan has released a video for their single, "What's Your Flavor?". This track comes from their 2016 release, Stakes Is Low.

Protovulcan is the work of Deric Criss (Aleks and the Drummer, Walking Bicycles, Charlie Deets) on drums and Will MacLean (formerly of Mercury Rev spinoff, Variety Lights) on keyboards.

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NYC DJ on the rise: Kerri Chandler

Continuing on in the psychedelic milieu, native Kerry Chandler's strange, compelling work mixes '80s acid house and deep-house, with exotic percussion. At his live performances, expect his usual spate of sound effects too—people talking, cars honking, general tones of urban life—which is known reduce the species to a wonderland of microcosms. - Brian Chidester

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