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Diagonal "Detroit"

Psych Rock group Diagonal has released a new single called “Detroit” that includes a surprising and fun cover of the Gary Numan classic “Are ‘Friends’ Electric?”.

Diagonal is the work of Dan Jarvis, Alex Brumley, Dale Price, Chris Detlaff, and Silas James Mishler.

You can catch Diagonal on May 29th at Emporium with Protovulcan and Speed Babies and on June 19th at Livewire Lounge.

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Silvertone EP Release at Moe's Tavern (4/27)

Rock Trio Silvertone is preparing to release their sophomore EP, “Nightdreams”, this month, and recently release a new single called “Destination”.

You can help Silvertone celebrate the release of their new EP on April 27th at Moe’s Tavern with Broken Robots, Eye & I, and WaxWorks.

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Slow Pulp "High"

Slow Pulp recently released a new single called “High” from their forthcoming sophomore EP “Big Day” which is due out May 15th.

This is the work of recent transplants from Madison; Teddy Mathews (drums), Emily Massey (guitar/vocals), Henry Stoehr (guitar), and Alex Leeds (bass)

You can catch Slow Pulp at Bottom Lounge on May 31st with Remo Drive and Slow Bullet.

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Kid Slang “School Days"

Kid Slang recently released their debut EP, "School Days”. The EP blends downtempo instrumental Hip Hop, Jazz, Synth Pop and Funk. The duo gets help from Barclay Moffiit of Heatland Trio on Sax on a track and some smooth vocals from Maïa Aboualiten on a track called “Foreign Exchange".

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David Darrko "Faded"

Romantic Pop signer David Darrko has released a new single called “Faded”. This is Darrko’s second single of 2019 follow-up last month’s “Cruise” .

When asked about the meaning the song Darrko had this to say. "There was a period last summer when I was intermittently using the different dating apps and got caught up. You can swipe your way to a quick endorphin high, but a series of fleeting moments still doesn't lead to anything remotely satisfying long term - at least for me. Sometimes my married friends tell me they miss the freedom and spontaneity of single life, but I think it's a "grass is always greener" thing. I just tell them to stay on their lawn, ‘cause out here the grass is dried up and full of weeds, trust me."

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