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Debut Sixteen Jackies EP Available for Streaming

Movie Was Bad, the debut EP from Sixteen Jackies, has recently found its way out into the world. Reassuring vocal warmth is countered by an eerily haunting element, lurking in the distance. However, there is an elegance in the band's songwriting that collides with a sense of audaciousness, calling to mind such artists as Of Montreal and Ziggy Stardust-era Bowie. The quartet is slated to stir things up this Saturday, October 28 at Spank Banquet's Halloween Party, with Ceramic Animal, Attic Tapes, and Chifa.





Lucille Furs @ Beat Kitchen

Psychedelic group Lucille Furs recently released their self-titled debut album. It is available here digitally, but clearly feels like it was meant to be played on vinyl. I would not be surprised if it came that this band were actually mystical time travelers. They don’t just pay tribute to Psych bands of the past but fully embrace the sound and esthetic. However, these songs are not gimmicks, they have an artistic core that can not be overlooked.

You can catch Lucille Furs at Beat Kitchen on November 1st with Frankie and The Witch Fingers and Flash Flash Comfort.





Sam Kogon returns to Brooklyn 11.12 at Baby’s All Right

It’s been just over a year since Sam Kogon released his second album, the retro psych-pop affair Pyschic Tears. After finishing up a summer tour, the vintage gear-aficionado has turned a little quiet—tribute to the Kinks here, another for Tom Petty there, a spare demo to a benefit release a few months back. Maybe the ‘70s rock lover is cooking up something new, who’s to say? Regardless, you’ll be able to catch up when Kogan and crew perform at Baby’s All Right on November 12th. Brace yourselves for the baroque pop melodies and jangling guitars. – CC





The Sofas talk about pedals on Delicious Audio

This past summer of 2017, Brooklyn's The Sofas released their first single "Hum," which immediately resonated with oddball indie rock lovers and fans of those fuzzadelic records from the '90s bands like Flaming Lips and Mercury Rev were putting out early in their career. Streaming below, the single's B side, "Rodeo Jones Is Dead." The band is about to release their debut full length "Chop Water" on Jurassic Pop Records; after the fun of "Hum," our attention and curiosity are guaranteed.

The band's guitarist and bass player shared their thoughts on guitar pedals with our sister blog Delicious Audio, check out the Q&A here!





New Honey Radar Split Release Available for Streaming & Purchase

Philly's own Honey Radar and Bloomington, Indiana's Mike Adams at His Honest Weight share musical territory on their new split release, Frogman / Weather On, co-issued via Third Uncle Records and Flannelgraph Records. For their part, Honey Radar meshes coarse rough-n-tumble rock with an alluring psych invitation, while their counterpart contrasts with a clairvoyant polish. You can catch Jason Henn and company next Thursday, November 2 at Kung Fu Necktie, as part of a locals-only bill that also includes Dark Web, Andrew Jeffrey Wright, Telepathic, and Soft Crime.

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