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New Joy Riding LP Available for Streaming & Purchase

Joy Riding recently shared their full-length debut You’re So Smart, which is now available via Black Rd Records. With an inside view on storylines, the band delivers thoughtful, steadily-paced power-pop with a calming, melodic precision. The quintet unifies those even-keeled, personal tones with an energetic uplifting appeal. Joy Riding will be celebrating its arrival with a record release show on Friday, June 16 at Johnny Brenda's, where they'll be supported by Sad Actor and Aspiga. (Photo by John Helmuth)





New Alexandra Gordon EP Available for Streaming & Purchase

Guest House, the new EP from Alexandra Gordon, is available now via L-Cat Records. Soothing harmonies wash over you as delicate, bedroom-folk instrumentation gently guides. These momentary, snapshot-style recordings sweep through one's mind as unobstructed recollections of authenticity. The album is endearing in its beautiful, lo-fi simplicity.





New Track: "You'll Cry" - Residuels

Garage-psych power trio Residuels was not planning to release its latest single "You'll Cry". However, with the recent passing of music great Gregg Allman, the band felt that the "sort of self-indulgent" 70's "Southern Rock"-inspired number would be a fitting tribute. Residuels will also be heading out on tour next month with The Coathangers, but before that takes place, they'll be rockin' the AM on Sunday morning, June 25 at The Barbary for the first annual Psychedelic Breakfast with An Albatross, Die Choking, and much, much more. 





Tara Terra

Tara Terra, the band of Deli favorite Emily Blue, recently released their sophomore LP, Where’s The Light?. Below is the video for the album’s first single, “Feel Better”.

You can catch Tara Terra at The Elbo Room with Church Booty and Faintlife on July 1st.





Haybaby plays Our Wicked Lady AND Tender Trap on 06.08

Haybaby, a self-described "sludge-pop" band from Brooklyn, are a force to be reckoned with on the DIY scene. Each song on their latest record, Blood Harvest, showcases the band's remarkable skill at controlling its dynamics, utilizing tension and release to devastating effect. Leslie Hong's vocals are saturated with a pop sensibility but ready to explode, providing an ear-catching contrast to the grunge-like dissonance of the rhythm section. The band just announced they'll perform two shows the same night this coming Thursday (06.08), at Our Wicked Lady and Tender Trap! Check out the video for "Yours" below. - Ethan Ames

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