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Band name: 
Jon Freeman
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.facebook.com/JonFreemanMusic/
Venue name: 
Pine Box Rock Shop
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Succumb Releases Self-Titled Album via Flesner Records

Due out May 5 (Flenser Records), Succumb’s self-titled debut was recorded by bay area luminary Jack Shirley (Deafheaven, Botanist, Oathbreaker, etc.) and features seven songs touching on far-spanning influences including death metal, metallic hardcore, and ‘90s Napalm Death. The ace in the sleeve, though, is vocalist Cheri Musrasrik, who juxtaposes powerful metal riffing with a cavernous howl, waxing poetic on themes like human experimentation and dystopian futures.

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Lo-Fi Fraidycat take their stream of consciousness songs to Aalphaville on 05.06

Sometimes the simple things are best. That's true for the music of Fraidycat, an indie rock group who play no-nonsense songs about -- as their Facebook page professes -- "stuff that came up in therapy." For anyone needing a good dose of catharsis in the form of some upbeat tunes, Fraidycat will play ALPHAVILLE on May 6th, along with True Dreams, Yucky Duster, and Haybaby. It's all to celebrate the release of Other Better Places, their debut LP, which includes short bursts of poppy emotion in the form of tracks like "Best Pie" and "Fortune Cookies." You can stream the latter below. - Will Sisskind

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New Track: "Sameness" - Small Circle

The Philly quartet of Marissa D’Elia, Sean Hallock (Rozwell Kid), and Sorority Noise members Adam Ackerman and Cameron Boucher, a.k.a. Small Circle, originally released their debut EP Melatonin roughly one year ago. The band is set to reissue a remastered version on May 5 via Flower Girl Records. The updated album also includes an additional song called “Sameness.” The track floats in a pensively peaceful but melancholy daydream; it's soothing but sensitively emotive.

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Noise pop trio Wooing celebrates debut EP on May 10 within Pianos residency

Readers who've been sticking around for a while may remember Rachel Trachtenburg from teen indie band Supercute! (active in the NYC scene around 2013), and then also as the drummer of ironic folk pop band The Prettiots. Rachel, who is also an actress and model, has recently formed her own group, called Wooing, which is about to release its debut EP through a live show at Pianos on May 10th. The show is part of a monthly residency that will see the band perform at the Ludlow venue every Wednesday of the current month, starting tonight (05.03). The three songs available online showcase a trio uncommitted to a particular genre (we hear, intermittently, folk, noise rock, dream pop...), but generally inclined to find any good excuse to get really loud and noisy, as you can hear in streaming track 'Tear World.'

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