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Green and Glass orchestrate experimental pop on "14 Hours," play the Footlight 11.6

At the core of Brooklyn-based experimental pop outfit Green and Glass is a mellifluous, dulcet harp—a texture that informs the group’s output with an ethereal and sometimes mysterious quality. Played by bandleader and singer Lucia Stavros (and flanked by a myriad of collaborators from bands like Cuddle Magic and Secret Sibling), her soft, almost whispering vocals, alongside Green and Glass’s various synths, horns, and drums craft a baroque-like march on the band’s debut single “14 Hours.” The synthesis of the group’s various parts manifests an orchestral quality, one that places the group squarely between chamber and synth pop; Green and Glass are tactile in the sounds they choose to incorporate, but do so in an off-kilter manner that embeds the entire track with a hazy, dream-like quality. Stream it below, and catch them at The Footlight on November 6th. -Connor Beckett McInerney 

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Emmaline @ The Constellation (11/15)

Jazz Vocalist Emmaline released her debut EP, “All My Sweetest Dreams”, last month. The EP is blend of Jazz, Funk, and R&B, and is truly a powerful statement., especially for an artist who is just 21.

The Indiana native is now based in Chicago and is poised for something great.

You can Emmaline at The Constellation on November 15th.

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Divino Niño “Plastic Love”

Divino Niño has released a timely, spooky new video for their song “Plastic Love”. The video is the latest in a string of great videos and songs from their 2019 album Foam.

You can catch Divino Niño at Thalia Hall on November 6th with Crumb.

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Nick Zaino previews new record with passionate track "Pour Me A River"

Lynn, Massachusetts' Nick Zaino, is a perfect piece in the colorful puzzle of New England's music scene. The serenity found in folk music is captured in his latest single, "Pour Me A River," which is a story of devotion told with nothing more than a mighty acoustic guitar composition and Zaino's country-cordial vocals. The new track is engulfed in a feverish excitement that radiates with each chord change and drops embers in the minds of listeners: a song memorable enough to have one singing along. The bareness of the song is part of the charm and fits perfectly with the honest ode to a loved one. The new track is a preview of Zaino's upcoming album, Habitual Salvation, due out November 29th. We are streaming the new song for you below and looking forward to Habitual Salvation out soon. - Rene Cobar





Devon Kay & the Solutions "Anything At All"

Ska Punk group Devon Kay & the Solutions have released a new single called “Anything at All”. The single is accompanied by an Adam Santiago & David Naida directed video.

This is the work of Devon Kay (Guitar, Vox), Ryan Solava (Drums, Vox), Jacob Horn (Trombone), Jake Levinson (Bass), Joram Zbichorski (Keyboards), and Ian Terry (Trumpet).

You can catch Devon Kay & the Solutions on November 14th at The Owl with Rational Anthem.

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