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Psych Rock

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Band name: 
Dinowalrus
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https://www.facebook.com/dinowalrus
Venue name: 
Baby's All Right
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New Swearin' LP Available for Streaming

Fall Into The Sun, the new album from Swearin', officially arrives on Friday, October 5 via Merge. However, thanks to NPR’s First Listen, in a way, it’s already here. Reflective introspection and a gritty, melodic pulse create a deeply personal yet accessible return. As thought processes are revealed and given the perspective, afforded by time, the album has the ability to sit in the moment yet move freely in energetic motion. Catch Swearin' with Empath on Wednesday, October 10 at the First Unitarian Church!





Bitch’n Releases New Political Single

Bitch’n just released a single off their upcoming album Let's get Easy, motivated by the “collective feminine growl that is sounding across this country and world.” The song, “On the Edge” is packed with a taut anxiety that makes your back stiffen and your fists clench. Dissonant beats and jangling chords reproduce the pain and frustration left over from this past week's political turmoil. Chanting the lines in unison, the members present a forceful unified front. "On the Edge" is a battle cry made for screaming at the frontlines of this war.

Bitch'n will be at the High Water Mark Lounge along with Nasal Rod and Wild Powwers (Seattle). 

 

  By Avril Carrillo





Former AOTM Helenor marries pop and psych on second single "Bloodshot Eyes"

Psych meets pop on “Bloodshot Eyes” (streaming below), the newest single from former Deli New England artist of the month Helenor. Irony runs through the core of this track, with the opening lines painting a rather dark image (“Lots of hate will form a crowd / you could get stuck below”) against an arguably more pop arrangement. At its midway point, with the introduction of the first chorus (“Bloodshot eyes / are my friends / they’ll stay with me / ‘till the end,”) the track dives into distortions that eventually give way to a reverb-laden realization (“Is this life / all about / the finish line? / I don’t think it is.”) - Lilly Milman

Listen to Helenor and other local artists on The Deli New England's brand new Spotify playlist, Cold Cuts: Sounds of New England. 





Brother Toaster and Tyler Arnott release wily collaborative album 'Recreational Landscaping'

Recreational Landscaping, a collaborative effort between Brother Toaster and Tyler Arnott (who contributed guitars and auxiliary sounds to Brother Toaster’s previous LP Chucky,) is a wonderful musing on what it means to make music out of the noise. Recorded on a mono microphone while a lawn was being mowed in the background, this project thrives off of the organic. Not only does the stripped back, minimalistic sound create room for both guitarists to riff of one another, but it also draws attention to the intimate details, like the sudden declaration of “I need to tune this” on the end of “Sunrise on the Flowers.” On this album, Brother Toaster and Arnott have tested their luck at trimming the fat and, as a result, created a surprising and wildly fun album that can be left on repeat for hours at a time. With each listen, there’s something new to be found and appreciated; discover it for yourself below. - Lilly Milman

Listen to more tracks from Brother Toaster and more local artists on The Deli New England's brand new Spotify playlist, Cold Cuts: Sounds of New England. 

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