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Unreasonable Hours bring their dopey pop to Sunnyvale 06.28

Psych pop band Unreasonable Hours has released a new song, "redpond405," a crooked, imaginative number filled with twangy-ish guitars, bizarre melodies sung in falsetto, and an overall dopey jubilance hearkening to acts like early Ween, Mac DeMarco and early Beck. This should be an interesting group to witness live, so you may want to head to Brooklyn's Sunnyvale on June 28th, where they will perform alongside All Boy/All Girl and Pecas. Listen to "redpond45" below! - Ethan Ames





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Band name: 
Thirdstory
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.facebook.com/pg/wearethirdstory
Venue name: 
Warsaw
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Band name: 
Thirdstory
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.facebook.com/pg/wearethirdstory
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Warsaw
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Crumb moves from Boston to NYC, "Locket" EP out June 23rd

It's easy to love the psychedelia in Crumb's music because their latest song features some strange strumming guitar work and some very loopy chord structures. So far, the band have only released an EP of three songs last year, now following up with a new track last month, but they've already garnered quite a following. Their latest song, "Plants," is loopy, light-hearted, chromatically-inclined and sounds a little like what I imagine an acid trip might feel like. "Plants" is off of their latest EP, Locket, out June 23rd. - Geena Kloeppel

We added this song to The Deli's playlist of Best mellow songs by emerging NYC artists - check it out!

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The Bad Signs expertly navigate a dream world in "Blue Love"

Watching the official video for “Blue Love” by the Nashville-based The Bad Signs is like stepping into a dream world. The bellowing, echoing harmonies are a nod to the powerhouse duo Beach House, while the lyricism and subtle twang of the lead vocals carve out a space for the track in the Nashville scene. The monochromatic video is surreally minimalistic, matching the aesthetic of the track perfectly. Watch the video for “Blue Love” streaming below. -Lilly Milman

 

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