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The Deli DC Area's Record of the Month: Go Cozy - "Glaziao"

Named after the Puerto Rican slang word for perfect surfing conditions, Go Cozy’s debut full length Glaziao is a warm and hypnotic release that takes inspiration from ethereal acts such as The Sundays and The LA's. The quintet creates deeply personal music while wielding airy guitar tones and lush melodies. Lyrically, the album touches on themes of self-loathing, introspection, and damaging love, while warm shimmering guitars and graceful harmonies from front-man Homero Salazar Andrujovich and Maria Sage keep Go Cozy’s music delightfully upbeat. Definitely an enjoyable find. - John Honan

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New Track: "Jackson Browne" - Hello Shark

Subdued, fragile beauty permeates as a sprinkling of keys and percussion gently pace Linc Halloran, a.k.a. Hello Shark, on his latest single “Jackson Browne”. The song is featured on the forthcoming LP Delicate, which will be available via Orindal Records on September 30. “Jackson Browne” casts a melancholy, reflective confession, recognizing setbacks and flaws while still demonstrating a glimmer of hope. (Photo by Abi Reimold)

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Tipling Rock unveils video for "Low Tide Love," plays The Red Room on 09.14

Based out of Boston, MA, Tipling Rock are a four-piece indie rock outfit that channels the breezy vibes of surf-pop. Their latest single “Low Tide Love” is an effortlessly upbeat track characterized by warm, bouncing guitars and an undeniably catchy chorus delivered with a laid-back and optimistic tone. The band just released this music video for the track that highlights the wonderfully carefree nature of summer vacation as a young adult. Tipling Rock will be playing The Red Room in Boston on September 14th! - John Honan 

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Crush Club drops single and plays Rough Trade tonight (09.09)

8 seconds into "Get Me Off" and Crush Club erupts into a groove so infectious, it's impossible to not be hooked. Utilizing spacey synths, the funkiest bass lines, and addictive disco beats, the NYC-based duo lays down extremely danceable tracks that are only heightened by the group's gorgeous falsetto vocals. All things considered, Crush Club's latest single is definitely gives us something to swoon over. If you want to start your Friday night dance party off right, check them tonight (September 9th) at Rough Trade opening up for Bright Light Bright Light, and in the meantime, check out their single below.-Olivia Sisinni

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Robot Princess celebrates release of single 'Claudia' at Cake Shop on 9.15

New York indie rock outfit Robot Princess have just released a brand new single entitled “Claudia”, which takes its name from The Baby-Sitters Club character. Despite their lighthearted approach, the band was formed out of singer and guitarist Beau Alessi’s desire to express himself seriously through songwriting while living in Maine after college. The track relies on the heavy use of metaphors to convey the widely shared unhappiness that comes with living with a partner who is probably not right for you. While the song maintains a heavy guitar driven sound, its catchy verses and choruses establish a bouncy pop vibe. The four-piece will be celebrating the release of their new track at Cake Shop on September 15th! - John Honan

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