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Save The Clocktower "Taboo"

Save The Clocktower has released the title track of their forthcoming EP, Taboo. The EP will be self-released and is dropping on April 8th.





New Track: "I Can't Live Without Your Love" (Skylar Spence's Planning a Remix Like It's Acid) - A Sunny Day in Glasgow

Skylar Spence (formerly known as Saint Pepsi) has remixed A Sunny Day in Glasgow’s “I Can’t Live Without Your Love”. Originally released as part of the double EP Planning Weed Like It’s Acid / Life is Loss, Spence shifts the song from a churning textured daydream, playing with vocal distance, while adding a funky ticking pulse. It'll thrust you onto the dance with its icy warmth that snaps into the groove.





New Hotel Neon Album Available for Streaming & Purchase

Sonicly spread out over Iceland with ambient trio Hotel Neon’s latest release Remnants. Absorb the biting Arctic chill as drone guitar and field recordings create layered minimalistic notes of comforting isolation. These bare landscapes wipe away the exterior distractions, causing you to focus on the intricate details, while channeling inward. Hotel Neon is slated to perform at St. Mary’s Church on Saturday, April 9, opening for Slow Meadow as part of The Gatherings Concert Series.

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New Music Video: "The Waking World" (Feat. I Break Horses) - Lushlife + CSLSX

Philly emcee/producer Lushlife, fresh off the release of his new album Ritualize (Western Vinyl), has a new hazy video for "The Waking World," his collaborative effort with CSLSX and Swedish shoegazers I Break Horses. It features a montage of vintage clips with the occasional Lushlife silhouette overlay and choice words from his rhymes. The video - mostly still frames and quick edits - is about as wide-ranging as the present influences on his latest record. While vast, the clip choices are far from random - each one either directly or indirectly referring to his lyrics. The bleary, dynamic footage is contrasted by Lush’s sharp-as-a-tack rhymes and stone-cold flow.





Kristin Phillips

Kristin Phillips released a heartfelt and forceful new single called "Glitch" last week. This is the first single from her forthcoming EP, Cinematix, due out later this month.

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