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Sonny Falls "Pleasure Center Century"

Sonny Falls has released the second single, "Pleasure Center Century" from their forthcoming third album All That Has Come Apart / Once Did Not Exist.

This project is a double album split into three movements, and the band, fronted by Ryan “Hoagie Wesley” Ensley, plans to release it slowly over the course of the year via Elise Okusami's Plastic Miracles.

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Justice Hill "New June"

Justice Hill has released a new EP called "New June". Hill, a professionally trained pianist, recorded the EP in isolation this Spring, and this is the first new music from him since the 2019 single with Eshé "The Right Time".

This is blend of Soul and Psych Pop and the EP's title track is accompanied by the visuals below.





Ze'ev "GTPurp"

Ze'ev has released a reimagined version of their 2018 album GTP called GTPurp. Aside from chopped and screwed remixes of each original track they have created a new song called "Untitled" that was made of samples from the original GTP multitracks.

100% of all lifetime sales of this album will be donated to assata's daughters, a black woman-led, young person-directed organization rooted in the black radical tradition.

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Beyond Deth "Accept Your Fate"

Black Metal trio Beyond Deth has released their sophomore album, Accept Your Fate, via Vargheist Records. This is the work Jon Corston (Vocals, Rhythm guitar, bass), John Bravo III (Rhythm/Lead Guitar), and Rob Halloran (Drums).

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8-bit crEEps "weight"

8-bit crEEps have released a new single called "weight". This follows-up their latest EP, "Warm and Happy", which was released back in February.

The song speaks to the moment we find ourselves in with lines like "there's adventure in trying not to die". All proceeds from the singles will be donated to My Block, My Hood, My City.

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