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On "Rattlesnake," Lauren Rocket empowers you to live life in the moment

"Rattlesnake," Lauren Rocket's new single, captures the pleasure of feeling alive and adventurous. The singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist's latest solo endeavor subverts rock 'n' roll tropes, sweetening her blustery guitar passages with an empowering anthem that flirts with pop's experimental possibilities. "Wild nights/playing games in the dark," Rocket sings in a whispery croon, living through life with infectious zest. If "Rattlesnake" comes across as fully-formed, there's a good reason for this. Having led the power-pop group ROCKET, and toured with bands like The Pink Spiders and Night Terrors of 1927, she's taken from those experiences to mold a musical persona that is all her own.

Check out the video for "Rattlesnake below. - Juan Rodríguez

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Indie Rock

Time: 
21:00
Band name: 
Her Ladyship
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.facebook.com/herladyshipmusic/
Venue name: 
The Cinema Bar
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Indie Rock

Time: 
21:00
Band name: 
Her Ladyship
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.facebook.com/herladyshipmusic/
Venue name: 
The Cinema Bar
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Club Oro share taut, mellow new single "Lené"

On "Lené," Club Oro's latest single, you're never entirely sure where their taut, misty bedroom pop will take you. Led by singer Cassandra Cronin's gentle lilt, the track's clipped metronomic rhythm weaves in and out like a trance. Her clever imagery is just an uncanny, following a soulful, improvised groove that reveals itself the more you engage with it: "Most of art must be explained/Most of secrets end in flames." What once was a duo between Cassandra and her sibling Connor is now a full-fledged five-piece, though even in broadening their musical palette, they remain true to their DIY sensibilities.

"Lené" is featured on Club Oro's forthcoming debut EP Where's the Hook?, due out later this fall. Juan Rodríguez

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Listen to Sonic Acrylic's blazing, psychedelic new single, "Forever"

The promise of a "forever" can seem unattainable. It's a concept that alternative rock four-piece Sonic Acrylic attempts to understand on their latest single, "Forever," drawn by the connectedness that keeps us together—both in time and in energy. It may seem like a highbrow endeavor for a three-minute song, but the raw, neo-psychedelic single unravels in simpler, aurally pleasurable means. "I'll give you what you want/have more power than I planned," songwriter/producer Ben Kernion sings in his rough-hewn voice, centered around a slick torrent of guitar textures reminiscent of Sweet Oblivion-era Screaming Trees. 

"Forever" is one of the many musical detours Sonic Acrylic take on their debut album full-length album Alternates, which came out October 25 on all streaming platforms. - Juan Rodríguez

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