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Desert Weather's "Still in My Head" is a joyous garage-rock jam

A shrieking cry opens Desert Weather's swaggering new single, "Still in My Head." The garage rock quartet captures the euphoric excitement of meeting a special someone whose spirit is infectious. Led by singer Eric Smedberg's vocal nonchalance, the band tears through a raw, yet exuberant guitar work that's backed up by a chugging backbeat. "I'm screaming your name/from the top of my lungs," he openly declares, fully surrendering to a rush of emotions that are impossible to contain. And as it unfolds, we can't help but feel the excitement, too. 

"Still in My Head" is the first single off the band's forthcoming EP, due out later this year. Juan Rodríguez

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Alt Rock

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18:30
Band name: 
Ryan Pollie
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.facebook.com/RyanPollie/
Venue name: 
Pop Obscure Records
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Field Medic's "used 2 be a romantic" is a bittersweet ode to life on the road (Video)

Life on the road must be as thrilling as it is exhausting. On the video for his latest single "used 2 be a romantic," Field Medic—the stage name for folk-rock songwriter Kevin Patrick—shares a video journal of sorts that capture his numerous touring experiences: the crowd's warm embrace; the backstage banter; the everyday ennui. It's all there—Patrick's daily routine is consumed by night after night of stirring performances and intimate cigarette breaks. "I need a cigarette/ those fuckers talked over my whole set," he sings with genuine candor, strumming a twinkling melody that brightens its otherwise muted country drift.

"Used 2 be a romantic" is taken from Field Medic's latest album, fade into the dawn, which is out now via Run for Cover Records. And while we're on the topic of touring, catch Patrick play a hometown show at Moroccan Lounge on Sunday, June 9. Juan Rodríguez

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Take a break with Annabelle Maginnis’ “Steady”, performs at The Echo on 5/13

Annabelle Maginnis is driven by the spirit of collaboration on “Steady.” On her latest single, the singer/multi-instrumentalist takes a moment to take a break from all the noise and rush of everyday life. The smooth slow jam—which features prolific hip-hop rapper Def Sound—tucks you like a warm blanket, on which her mellifluous vocal delivery dances around his slippery flow. Combined with the sleek chord progressions of keyboardist Smiley, the blissful track invites listeners to sit back and unwind.

“Steady” is the second single off her forthcoming project, Free Debris. Watch her perform at The Echo this coming Monday, May 13. Juan Rodríguez





Woundz explore the murky depths of post-punk on their debut single

On their debut single, "Woundzrchosen," Woundz introduce their dark sense of melody into the scene with eminent confidence. The post-punk quartet emphasizes mood and atmosphere—imbued with menacing energy—over throbbing, elastic bass lines and skronky sax work. The band members (Lucyaeon, Faith Malimba, Gena Tuso, Atom) play from each other's strengths, as they exchange impressionistic lyrics made up of offbeat harmonies and ominous sing-speak. "EOF" follows and it's broader in scope, as they allow their dense, rhythmic spaces to fill the void with a feeling of freeing discovery. 

Woundz has been making the rounds at venues like Zebulon and Non Plus Ultra. Make sure to follow them on their official facebook to get updates on all their upcoming shows. Juan Rodríguez

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