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New Senses Tour Europe

New Senses released their debut double EP, “The Future of Anything/Not Meant to Last”, back in May. Their music is invented resting somewhere between Psych Rock and Post Rock. The four piece group consists of Rob Piotrowski, Harish Vijayaganesh, J Akio Pinkl-Honda, and Nick Zbasnik.

They recently put together an ambitious European tour that will take them to Poland, Germany, and Czechia.

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13 Angels

Earlier this month Psychobilly band 13 Angels released their latest EP, “Canaries In The Coal Mine”. This is the work of Shannon James Jahnke, Sean Luke, Chris Wolf, and F. Charles Urbaytis, and the band’s first release since 2016’s EP “Tiny Sinful Asides”.

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Blahsum releases “She loves me not” video

NYC Rap group Blahsum has released a new track for each of the past 42 full moons.  Only seventeen of them are videos, and their bandcamp isn’t maintained as well as it should be, but how much can you ask of some greasy underground rap moon worshippers?  “She loves me not” is a brawlick meditation of the bones of a love unrequited.  The video’s trippy visuals pair well with the verbal hallucinations likely barked into a distraught microphone in the basement of an LES squat.  Blahsum is the bad moon arisen - see them at their self hosted Brooklyn event on 255 McKibbin St. on 08.18.

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New Music Video: "Acme Parking Garage" - The Chairman Dances

A sneak peak of Child of My Sorrow, the forthcoming album from The Chairman Dances, has emerged. Directed by Bob Sweeney, the video for "Acme Parking Garage” begins with the eerie emptiness of the garage, which eventually flourishes into the expanse of the store. Then, a warning for a wet floor sends things into a temporary, downward spiral, before a veiled sense of normalcy concludes. Child of My Sorrow is due out on September 7 via Black Rd Records, and you can catch the band’s record release show the following evening at Boot & Saddle, where the quartet will be supported by fellow locals Bird Watcher and Brother Martin. (Photo by Bob Sweeney)





Parrot Dream celebrate LP release at Union Pool on 08.24

Parrot Dream’s debut album Light Goes is full of emotionally wrought dream-pop that unfolds in small yet powerful moments. The crystalline guitars and subtle synthesizers offer up shimmering tunes that balance sobering reality with fully realized dreamscapes. The equilibrium they’ve struck between these ideals comes through fully realized with songs like “Ode To Octavia”, where the group isn’t afraid to add a little grit to their sparkling sound. The band will celebrate the album release on August 24 with a show at Union Pool. –Tucker Pennington

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