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Twin Peaks

Twin Peaks have released a video for the lead single, "Walk To The One You Love", from their forthcoming album Down In Heaven. The album will be released on Grand Jury & Communion on May 13th.

Twine Peaks heading to Austin right now to dominate SXSW, but will be performing a sold out show at Lincoln Hall on May 13th.

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New OhBree EP Available for Streaming & Download

Drinking from the waters of homegrown acts like Man Man and The Extraordinaires, OhBree continue down their strange, twisted musical journey with the release of Feed Me Poison. The eight-piece traveling circus revels in the theatrics that accompany its music. The group happily honors the tradition of keeping Philly weird. (Photo by Emily Dubin)

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New Skeleton Lipstick EP Available for Streaming & Download

Experimental electro-pop artist Skeleton Lipstick, a.k.a. Chris Smith, has a new EP, titled Cover The Emptiness. The album is made up of "5 lovingly crafted decayed pop songs about longing and existential pain composed on circuit bent casio's and warped 80's synthesizers." It is available for purchase on limited-edition cassette, and you can stream and download the record for free via Pizzabox Society.

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HELLO HARVARD - GROOVIN' AT THE SHOE ON FRIDAY!

Hello Harvard is a group of nice pop rockers from Burlington. They're hard at work on their debut EP "Silly Things" which we're expecting to be released in the next few months. If you want to get a taste of what these guys are all about then have a listen to their song "Trappers". In this tune they challenge you by saying "I dare you to dance with me" but by the time you hear that...you'll already be dancing! This tune has some serious foot tapping potential. It has the feels of today's indie rock but with some oldies flare mixed in. It'll make you wanna groove though. So if you're feelin' dancy this weekend you can catch Hello Harvard on Friday Night at the Horseshoe Tavern! - Kris Gies

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"Haunts" EP from Copperfox does just that

Copperfox has its roots out West. Founding members Rory Mohon and Lisa Garcia packed up their instruments and moved to Nashville from Portland, OR, which is about as far west as you can go without getting saltwater in your hightops. And while they've certainly picked up some Nashville cues since getting their current lineup functioning in early 2015, they've held on tight to some out-west surf vibes straight into their recent Haunts EP. Composed of two songs and a remix of each, Haunts pulls together an impressively diverse set of influences from electronica and synthpop to the aforementioned jangly, shimmery rock leanings. 

Check out Haunts below and follow the appropriate channels for updates from the band, including information about an upcoming tour. -Austin Phy

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