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Deeper "Pavement" Video

Deeper has released a sad and somewhat dark video for their latest single “Pavement”. The track is taken from their self-titled debut LP which is out now via Fire Talk Records.

You can catch Deeper at Shuga Records on June 9th for a 2pm In-Store Performance and on August 3rd at The Hideout with Clearance.





Shuttle Run @ Empty Bottle (6/7)

Shuttle Run is the minimal disco of Sandra Yau (Vocals), Steven Stoll (Keys, Guitar, & Bongo), Kahuna Smalls (Bass), and Collin Diederich (Synths, Keys, Percussion). They are releasing their debut full-length album, All These Lights, on the Dark Matter Coffee Label, Press Pot Recordings, on June 7th. The album Is formatted for cassette with Side A consisting for 4 new songs from the band and side B is a continuous mix of song ideas and abstractions.

You can help Shuttle Run celebrate their new album on June 7th at Empty Bottle with Jnana and Robotboot.

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Miranda Winters to release Solo Debut

Sooper Records announced yesterday that they had signed Melkbelly’s Miranda Winters and will be releasing her solo debut LP, Xobeci, What Grows Here?, on June 15th on cassette and digitally. Below is the first single from LP, “The Future District”, and you can preorder the album here.

You can help Miranda celebrate the new album on June 16th at Subt with Snail Mail and Bonny Doon.

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Reid Karris

Experimental Composer Reid Karris released two albums in May. First was “Ghost Dancers Slay Together" via the local label Lurker Bias. This was a four song EP filled with his prepared guitar and string creations.

The second release is digital only and is the recording of his April 18th performance as part of Impro Jam Series at Slate Arts.

Karris has such a creative and innovative approach to the generation of sound and music. Both of these releases have a high barrier to enter from a traditional standpoint, but if you allow yourself to be open you may find beauty in his noise.

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The Father Costume "See Orange"

The Father Costume is the work of Michael Hartman (TV Pow), Kent Lambert (Roommate), Gillian Lisee (Fruit Bats), Adam Vida and Sam Wagster (Mute Duo & Moon Bros.). Last month, they released a new single called “See Orange”. This is the first new music from this supergroup since their 2010 debut EP, “The Mismade Girl”.

The group is working on self-titled full-length album that will be released later this summer. Below is the track listing:

1. The Long Takes

2. Lifterschalte

3. Take Their Coats

4. The Comic

5. I Need to be Told

6. See Orange

7. Levitation Hoax

8. Water in a Circle

 

The band is currently scheduling a release show and an official release date for their album. We will share those details as soon as they are available.

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