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Vita and the Woolf Tantalizes at Everybody Hits Dec. 8

Vita and the Woolf have had a breakthrough 2016 that saw them embarking on their first big U.S. tour in support of Rasputina. And as the year gets nearer to closing, the duo that merges powerful vocals with soulful melodies further prepares for the release of their much-anticipated follow-up to their Fang Song album, Tunnels, on January 20. The band absolutely tantalized with the unveiling of its second single, Qiet, last month, and Jen Pague and Adam Shumski might just preview even more, with the help from guitarist Dane Galloway, when they headline Everybody Hits tonight. They'll be joined by Suburban Living, who are all set to ring in the New Year with Mo Lowda & The Humble and Air is Human at Ortleib's. Grayling is also slated to open the bill. Everybody Hits, 529 W. Girard Ave, 8pm, $8, All Ages - Bill McThrill

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New Music Video: "The Ukulele Song" - Strange Parts

The stripped-down beauty of Strange Parts' "The Ukulele Song" scores Attia Taylor’s home-spun footage of her trip to Trinidad. The unfiltered imagery temporarily transports, creating a candid sense of elegance. The song is featured on the duo’s debut release Rainier Bedstuy Home Recordings.

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Brian Bonz and The Major Crimes’ play Rough Trade on 12/18

It took Brian Bonz six years to complete his sophomore full length ‘Misophonia’, released in 2015 after 2009's well received 'The Triborough Odyssey.' Presented under the moniker 'Brian Bonz and The Major Crimes,’ the record, whose title literally means “hatred of sound”, brings music lovers a thoughtful, multifaceted sonic journey where both texture and power find fertile ground, and mostly electronic arrangements support Brian's dreamy melodies and emotional vocals. Take a listen to single  ‘The Man from Munich’ below and see Brian Bonz live at Rough Trade on 12/18! - Ashley Muniz 

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Twin Chameleon Brings Their Brand of Indie-Pop to McGann's Irish Pub 12/9

Simple, catchy melodies, surprisingly incongruent lyrical content and the occasional calypso flavor, makes Boston indie pop-trio Twin Chameleon a stand-out act.  As you listen to their self-titled debut EP, it's difficult not to make comparisons to bands like Bombay Bicycle Club or early-era Vampire Weekend.  However, Twin Chameleon definitely has their own character and is quickly mastering the art of engaging pop anthems.  From the beach-vibe of "Spring Break" to the unique vocal soundscape of "Counting Sheep", each track has something different to offer.   Check them out as they take the stage at McGann's Irish Pub with Makutu, The Maxims, and Floorcloud on 12/9. -Brian Varneke

 

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New Track: "Nothing + Rockets" - Blood Sound

Blood Sound slowly opens the door to their latest single, “Nothing + Rockets,” revealing soaring guitar riffs and shimmering keys. Chris J.’s lonely baritone connects in a solemn manner, helping to shift the sonic undercurrent. Another endearing track to dance alone to in your bedroom from one of our favorite Philly dark wavers/new wavers.

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