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Pill brings saxed-up noise-math rock to Baby's All Right on 10.19

Pill's fourth release to date, entitled 'Aggressive Advertising,' seconds the axiom according to which crazy sounding bands that manage to stick together only get better with time. The Brooklyn quartet's earth shattering, saxophone-armed brand of noise/math rock finds a new musicality and maturity, both in devilishly aggressive tracks like "Empathizer (Rat in the Box)" (streaming), and more spacious numbers like "Side Eye" (streaming), which manages to blend a variety of disparate influences, including Morricone's cinematic guitars, Naked City's unexcpeted sonic assaults and Fugazi's stilish, bass driven post-hardcore. The band, led by screamer in chief Veronica Torres, is a force to be reckoned with when on stage, so don't miss their upcoming shot at Baby's All Right on October 19th.

 

We added this song to The Deli's playlist of Best punk/garage songs by emerging NYC artists - check it out!

 

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New Radiator Hospital LP Available for Streaming

As today's slight chill reminds us of the colder days just around the corner, we have the words of Sam Cook-Parrott to keep us warm, fuzzy and nostalgic. Radiator Hospital's new full-length album, Play The Songs You Like, is now available for streaming. The LP consists of fifteen new tracks and a cover of Martha's "Sycamore," and will be released officially on October 20 via Salinas Records. Radiator Hospital is heading out on tour later this week with Outer Spaces in support of the album, and you can catch them in Philly this Friday at the First Unitarian Church, alongside Strawberry Runners and Eight as well. (Photo by John Hanson)





Deeper Fall Tour

Deeper embarks on a Fall Tour today that is sure to bring them increased attention on the East Coast. The band, consisting of Shiraz Bhatti, Mike Clawson, Nic Gohl, and Drew McBride, released a locally praised single, “Transmogrified”, via Fire Talk in May 2016. Since that time they have become entrench in the Chicago DIY scene and are poised to take New York by storm. You can find the full tour schedule here. ;





Pure Mids bring hazy sweetness on new single "Maybe It's Alright"

Things are looking for Pure Mids on "Maybe It's Alright." The trio of Will Gonzalez, Steve Martinez, and Daniel Jurado see acceptance as a pathway to change, a sentiment that carries weight as they deliver a catchy confection that hits an aural sweet spot. Martinez's staggered jangle tone leads the way as Gonzalez's softly drawled vocals get lost in the song's billowy groove. It charges through with a keen sense of songcraft, swung with a rhythmic drive that propels forward with a dreamy undercurrent. 

"Maybe It's Alright" is the latest single off of their forthcoming debut EP, Optimistic-ism, due out next year via Dreamtime Palace. Juan Rodríguez

 





New Track: "Glowing Clothes" - Torito

The bull’s on the loose! Torito unleashes a nonstop, lyrical torrent on his new single “Glowing Clothes,” which is slated to appear on his forthcoming release Fabric Scraps, scheduled to drop in January. Tenacious, stream-of-consciousness flows are welded with a scientific precision as the track speeds through the streets, meshing confidence with a comedic sense. Torito will be rushing the stage tomorrow night at Kung Fu Necktie, with Kiddead, Cody Cody Jones, and Felipe Pupo.

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