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New Track: "Fear of Nothing" - American Trappist

“Fear of Nothing” is one of the singles featured on American Trappist’s new release Amuse​-​oreille, Vol. 1. Saturated in a dreary, surf tone, the song blooms from lingering melancholy. However, despite those indecisive hesitations, an enthusiastic instrumental momentum emerges. Overcoming the anchor of insecurities, the track catches fire toward its conclusion, taking on the obstacles that lie in one’s path with a newfound resolve.





Brenda - "Children" Music Video

Here’s a really cool video from one of the top bands bursting from Toronto’s thriving garage/pysch scene. Brenda has released a new single from their upcoming EP “Creeeper”. “Children” sneaks along with a creepy pace and the video falls right in line with that ambience. They smoothly transition from dark clown quiet riffage to a frenetic blend of fuzz, verb and more fuzz. You should watch this video alone late at night while playing Resident Evil on Playstation 1. Brenda plays Friday (October 20) at The Monarch Tavern with Crazy Bones and Pink Acid Wash. – Kris Gies





New Borzoi Boy EP Available for Streaming & Download

Philly singer-songwriter Alexandra Gordon is now recording under the moniker Borzoi Boy ("like the Russian greyhound"). Enter The Light captures a certain hushed, candlelit, emotive intimacy. Letting the listener in on the thoughts that are encased in one's mind, Gordon figures out her next move, while reminiscing on love and feelings of loneliness. The duality of brightness and bleakness grips as the sun trickles in through the curtains.





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)

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