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New Music Video: "Sad" - Pouty

Slutever's Rachel Gagliardi has a new project called Pouty, where she is backed by Cat Park (Amanda X, Eight) and Evan Bernard (The Superweaks, ex-Dangerous Ponies) on her debut EP Take Me To Honey Land, which you can stream HERE. It was record with Bernard at Big Mama's Warehouse in Philly and and R.L. Kelly in Los Angeles. She also premiered a new music video for the single "Sad" today at Cultist. It was directed by Emily Alben, and was shot in LA.

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Slutever are almost famous

The punk rock genre will never die, and Slutever is here to make sure of that. The female duo of Rachel Gagliardi and Nicole Synder recently moved to the City of Angels from Philadelphia with hopes of making it big. The two released their newest album Almost Famous on February 17th, including some previously leaked singles like the track “Smother”. The punk rock genre has a history of aggressive instrumentation, snotty attitudes and political confrontation, more so thanks to famous artists such as The Who, The Velvet Underground, The Deviants and The Rolling Stones. But the genre also changed the meaning of the word punk. Slutever has a fun, upbeat, girlie and rockabilly feel to their music; they fit perfectly under the punk rock scene. If you enjoy friendship, fro-yo, the Kardashians and the Internet then Slutever is the band for you. - Kayla Hay

 

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New Track: "White Flag" - Slutever

Slutever shared a new track earlier this month called “White Flag,” which will be released on limited edition flexi-disc via Quiet Year Records. As you will see from the excerpt below that came from the duo’s interview with The Media, it was written and recorded during a time of transition for Rachel Gagliardi and Nicole Snyder. 

Rachel: I didnt write the song so it’s hard for me to say, but I will say we recorded it at a very transitionary time. Nicole had decided to move to Seattle and we both had grown pretty apathetic towards Philly. Its a very small scene and in a lot of ways that was super helpful when we were first starting out-we had a close group of our friends bands to play with and there was a great community of people supporting DIY music. Slutever is very much a product of the environment it was created in and I think once the environment started feeling stale it was hard for us to write new songs. I think our new material very much reflects how we were feeling-burnt out, stifled, and ready for a change. 

Nicole: It’s less about Philly and more just the way Philly was making me feel. I felt stuck. I think if I lived in any place for so long I would have felt the same way. I grew up in the suburbs of Philadelphia, went to school in the city, and lived there for two years after that...it was too much. I guess Philly does have some unique attributes that contributed to the specific problems I was having. It’s really small. I was seeing the same people every day because I worked at two places that were a block away from each other, and I lived right down the street from there. The monotony of my daily routine was killing me. Philly’s also fairly easy to live in, financially speaking, compared to other cities like New York. I was pretty comfortable. There was nothing kicking my ass or motivating me to leave the couch. I was having this constant grass-is-always-greener issue, where if I didn't leave the house, I would feel bad about myself, but when I did go out, I was just sort of absent-minded and wanted to go back home. It just got to a point where I didn't want to do anything but get stoned and watch TV. I was pretty depressed.

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Slutever Releasing New 7" via Jade Tree Records

Slutever announced earlier today that they'll be dropping their new two-song 7", the long-awaited follow-up to Pretend to Be Nice, via well-respected Delaware indie label Jade Tree Records. The release will be available digitally on April 16 and in stores on May 21. You can stream the single "1994," which was produced by Kyle "Slick" Johnson, and its B-side "Spit" below as well as the duo's eight-song demo HERE.

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Slutever Know How to Throw a Tantrum at Kung Fu Necktie Feb. 26

Get out your Nirvana t-shirt and torn fishnet stockings, Slutever is ready to invade your personal space. Their unapologetic form of garage rock will have you pleasantly intrigued, but leave you feeling somewhat violated. The fuzzy, reverb-driven punch delivered by the candy-lovin’ duo may prove to be endearing, but don’t mistake it for being sweet or cute. The self-proclaimed “mallrats” have grown up a lot since 2010’s Sorry I’m Not Sorry, but that doesn’t mean they suddenly forgot how to throw a tantrum on stage. Their show tonight at Kung Fu Necktie opening for Savannah, Georgia’s Cusses will mark the first of a string of dates that ultimately culminates with a stop at this year’s SXSW. Recently, the band has been working with producer Kyle “Slick” Johnson of Fancy Time Studio, and their new 7’’ is due out sometime this month. Kung Fu Necktie, 1250 N. Front St., 8pm, $8, 21+ (Photo by Nicki Ishmael) - Ed Newton

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