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New Sad13 LP Available for Streaming

While Slugger, the new album from Sad13 (a.k.a. Sadie Dupuis of Speedy Ortiz), won’t be officially released via Carpark Records until November 11, it can currently be heard in advance below via NPR Music’s First Listen. These songs shimmer while delving into the incisive, relationship-detailing, personal anecdotes and exploring complex issues of gender roles, equality, marginalization, etc. It’s a bright collection of music illuminating big picture social issues through concise layers of lyrical depth. Sad13 will be performing next in Philly alongside Vagabon, Emily Reo, and Told Slant on Monday, December 12 at Everybody Hits. (Photo by Shervin Lainez)

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New Queen Jesus EP Available for Streaming & Purchase

There is an enjoyable ease found in the latest EP from Queen Jesus, Tar Ranch. Now, we're not exactly sure if the "tar" in the title is a reference to heroin (with the pill on the cover possibly representing its pharmaceutical equivalent - oxycontin), but the languid five-song album feels awfully fitting to zone out to under the influence of the powerful opiates. Or maybe, our minds are generally just hardwired towards drugs. Whatever the case might be; Tar Ranch, which was recorded and mixed by Matt Schimelfenig, is an impressive sophomore release from the Philly quintet, and it will be available on cassette via Uncle Rats. Queen Jesus are also celebrating their release this Thursday, November 10 at The Storefront with DARK MTNS, Nina Ryser, and Madalean Gauze.

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New Music Video: "Drop Out Of College" - Coping Skills

The duo of Coping Skills (a.k.a. Rachel Dispenza and Lauren DeLucca ) covers a lot of ground in close proximity, mimicking real life in the video for “Drop Out of College”. Holding down a plethora of tasks/responsibilities at their real place of employment (Boot & Saddle), getting fired by their boss, consuming a large amount ofbooze, and playing to an unpacked house, filmmaker Jackie Papanier’s playful interpretation of the song, featured on Relatable Web Content, takes on a Garfunkel-and-Oates-type vibe. It's something that many young artists must go through in their every day lives - only probably in a more humorous manner. (Photo by Julia Leiby)

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Dolly Spartans unveils new single "I Hear the Dead” from upcoming EP

Dolly Spartans, whose self titled debut EP was our Record of The Month last year, delivers organic, feel-good pop'n’roll with a side effect of tapping feet and bopping heads. Today, we premiere the band's new single “I Hear the Dead,” off their upcoming EP ‘Time Sides With No One’. The hint of rasp in Michael Eliran’s voice, the tube crunched guitars, and the dynamic, energetic drums contribute in forging a sound that's classic and modern at once. Listen for yourself down below. - Ashley Muniz

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New Track: "Fail Better" - The News

Rachel Haines and Benjamin James have teamed up as The News, releasing their debut single, “Fail Better”. While lyrically delving into the aftermath of a broken/terminated relationship, it also offers advice for the future. Capturing the ache of hindsight, the song simultaneously coasts on a calm electro-pop beat, with a level-headed present perspective.

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