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Inner Wave releases groovy single "Eclipse" + play the Observatory 8.25

There is a vintage sound that comes across in LA indie quintet Inner Wave’s latest single “Eclipse” (streaming below). Maybe it’s the way Pablo Sotelo's voice shifts into falsetto during the repeated line “Try, it’s right there for your eyes,” or the way the synth beats start to drive the song into groovy, psychedelic territory. Either way, listening to the song is like losing track of time—it’s mellow but not boring, catchy but not conventional. Hear Inner Wave play tracks like this live a the Constellation Room at the Observatory on August 25th. - Lilly Milman





Ganser @ Empty Bottle

Ganser is currently in the studio putting the finishing touches on the follow-up to their 2016 EP, This Feels Like Living.

You can catch Ganser at Empty Bottle on Sept. 5th with The Hecks and NOTS.





New Track: "Birth House" - Etheric Felines

It's always nice to find new music in your inbox that truly brightens your day. So much so that we couldn't wait to share it with you. Take this new feel-good jam, "Birth House," from fledgling local act Etheric Felines, for a spin "again and again"! The music/video art collective is made up of writer/singer/artist Katie Ross (Cicada O’Kain, Parhelion), musician/artist James Kalinoski (Living, Flesh Prince), and writer/rapper/artist Andrea Bullard (Acid Orphan). "Birth House" bounces along with an undeniably contagious groove, beautifully accented by flourishes of brain-teasing samples, while Ross' endearingly sweet vocals melts away the constant stresses that seem to be more apparent in our daily lives. It's Etheric Felines' debut single, which was mixed and produced by Lucas Coudry (Living, Inverness), and is available via Philly's own Magic Death Sounds. We are also looking forward to the visual art that should surely be coming in the near future, soundtracked by this electro noise-pop gem. 





New Track: "The Possibility" - Worriers

SideOneDummy Records will be releasing Survival Pop, the forthcoming album from Worriers, on September 29. Its latest single, “The Possibility,” enthusiastically proclaims an immediate desire to escape the limits of one’s hometown and the potential of a relationship from an unexpected source. It’s a flashback, photo-exuding confidence, while providing an emotional context. Worriers are set to take the stage on Friday, November 3 at Johnny Brenda’s, supported by Thin Lips and Katie Ellen.





Ariel Bui plays 3 local Nashville shows on 8.19, 8.23, and 9.8

When it comes to the stripped down style of Nashville’s Ariel Bui, less is definitely more. Her 2016 self-titled LP is a look into who she is as an artist, offering edgy folk-twinged tracks driven by the haunting vocals of the singer-songwriter. Her mesmerizing alto is unique for the Nashville scene; she doesn’t belt out soulful choruses or sing with an exaggerated country twang (despite having track titles like “To All the Cowboys” and “Moon Over Kentucky.”) There is a relaxed quality to this album, but emotionally it still progresses with the honesty of a country album. Ariel Bui isn’t trying to prove she’s the best or brightest star. She’s just bearing her soul and hoping it’s enough. (Spoiler alert: it is.) She has three local shows coming up: the Mad Valley Lodge on August 19th, Radio Cafe on the 23rd, and Cobra on September 8th. - Lilly Milman

Listen to our favorite track “Sycamore Tree” streaming below.

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