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Gingerlys deliver ear candy to Baby's All Right on 02.14

Female-fronted, five-piece indie pop band The Gingerlys began when guitarist Matt Richards started sharing acoustic demos of his pop songs with his fellow bandmates in his Valley Stream, New York basement. Matt's dreamy/shoegazy songwriting inclinations found the perfect match in Jackie M.'s ethereal vocals. The band then recorded their first EP, “Jumprope” with Oliver Ignatius at Mama Coco's Funky Kitchen in Brooklyn and soon started gigging in and around the city. Describing themselves as "pure ear candy," Gingerlys provide catchy and hazy dream pop tunes. So, this year, for St. Valentine's day, at Baby's All Right, instead of getting your sweetheart a boring box of candy, you have the option of taking him/her out to hear some candy. If you do so, make sure to let us know how that plays out! - Lea Phillips 

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Absolutely Yours releases debut LP, plays Alphaville tonight (02.09)

Here's a pretty little album we just discvovered, released earlier this year. Its title is "Princess Plum," and the band that recorded goes under the moniker Absolutely Yours. It's dream pop at its most ethereal, in particular on opening track "Best I Got," streaming below. The quartet is performing at Alphaville tongiht, February 9th, 2017.

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New Two Piece Fest Compilation Available for Streaming

Twenty-two pairings will perform at the 10th annual Two Piece Fest, being held on Saturday, February 25 at First Unitarian Church. That’s quite an extensive billing, so one might not be familiar with all these duos. However, the good folks of the fest have created a compilation, providing a sampling of each band involved, which you can stream below. Explore the artists one might not be familier with while simultaneously listening to an organized but varied playlist. Give it a spin to get geared up for Two Piece Fest X!

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New Track: "Grad School" (alt. version) - Joy Riding

In continuing support for the ACLU, Joy Riding released an alternate version to "Grad School," a song which will be featured on their forthcoming full-length album, due out this spring. Coupling opposing lyrical ideals versus realities, the track tackles the obstacles of adulthood. Steadied by the pop and bump of rhythm and the subtle electric charge of guitar, the words echo, bouncing off the inner mind while the daily page turns. It’s an isolating recollection of where one is - relative to their dreams.

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Queue playing Velvet Lounge this Friday, February 10th

Ethereal indie pop group Queue will take the stage at U Street’s Velvet Lounge this Friday in what promises to be a night of dreamy, soul soothing music. Coming off of the success of their EP release last year, the DC/Philly group continue to build their fan base with their combination of mellow instrumental sounds and soulful, earthy vocals.

Catch Queue this Friday night at Velvet Lounge, with William Forest and Domino.

-Written by Michael Dranove

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