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Indie Rock





Half Stack's New EP, Aw Hell

Country-twinged rock group Oakland’s Half Stack just released their latest EP, Aw Hell. The collection features four tunes that showcase the group’s lovely picking, twangy guitars and lyrics that are at times sad, at times funny. Self-described “choogle” and psychedelic rock, Half Stack is worth a good listen. -Lucille Faulkner





Born Days "Is This Reality?"

Born Days saw the release for her latest album, Where We Live, last week. The album’s latest single is called “Is This Reality?”, and can be streamed below.

You can catch Born Days at The Wisco in Madison on October 19th with Fauvely and The Fancy Pears.

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Contour - Early 00's Style Hard Rock Single "Above You"

Contour is an alt-hard rock band from the GTA. Throwin’ it back to early 2000s rock bands such as Alexisonfire, Billy Talent, Radiohead and Manchester Orchestra. Their recent single “Above You” has a quiet/loud dynamic that’ll take you up and down with the track so you understand the varying moods being displayed. This is their first track to be released after a 6 year hiatus so expect more tunes and show announcements from Contour soon! – Kris Gies

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Engine Summer “Carol’s Dead”

Engine Summer has released a new single called “Carol’s Dead”. This is the first single off of their upcoming EP, Back-Street Boys, which they will release this December.

You can catch Engine Summer at Sleeping Village on November 13th with Stuyedeyed and Strange Foliage.

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A Deli Premiere: "In My Mind (We Were Already There)" by Devlin et. al

Sweetly-lathered in alt-soul honey is the indie music of Boston's Devlin et. al: the group's latest single “In My Mind (We Were Already There)” is sweetened by the soulful lead vocals of Amanda Lillie, which dance and sway within a brilliant indie rock vortex. The easy-listening experience brews beautifully, releasing slowly hints of the fantastic instrumental breakdown that culminates the track. Amanda, Jasper Park (bass), Andrew Vashchenko (guitar), and Pearse Devlin (drums) are all Tufts University graduates coming together from all corners of the world to create the kind of music you rarely see musicians attempt these days—classy rock. Shimmying from indie rock to indie pop to alt-soul within one track displays the group's versatility; with the glamour of groups like Alvvays and the edge of bands like The Growlers, Devlin et. al embodies indie in its way and warrants a listen or many. The group's debut record is set for October 11th, and shows throughout New England will follow. We are thrilled to premiere “In My Mind (We Were Already There)” below. - Rene Cobar

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