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Saint Marilyn releases single “Frustrate Me” + plays Mercury Lounge on 11.15

Last month, Brooklyn’s Saint Marilyn released an enthralling synthy single called “Frustrate Me”. Its freely pitch bending synths seems to mimic the unavoidable flux and flow of emotions in a relationship: one second you can’t stand the sight of him, the next you can’t stand to see him go. The soft, seductive vocals of Che Houston layer over this dreamy synth bed to create a slow-moving atmosphere of love and hate. Experience the emotional ride live at The Mercury Lounge on November 15. -Ashley Muniz

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New Music Video: "Sinning Tree" - Cave People

Cave People recently released their full-length debut, Sinning Tree, via Stereophonodon Records. In the video for the title-track, directed by Sarah Trad and Kevin Tomasura, Dave Tomaine encounters a troll in the woods, and proceeds to exchange cash for a seed. However, the planting process takes an unexpected turn as Tomaine ultimately ends up in the ground.

Cave People - Sinning Tree (Official Music Video) from Sarah Trad 

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TOPANGA releases slick, joyful debut single "Shadows"

"Let the world take over you," sings Derek Brambles as a faint ambient soundscape turns into a celebratory anthem with a big-room sound. "Shadows," the debut single by indie pop group TOPANGA, is a slick, joyful tune that falls somewhere between the jaunty hooks of The 1975 and the rousing flamboyance of Passion Pit. It's another one of those "live in the moment," chart-friendly tunes that intends to bring some sun to these increasingly chilly autumn nights.

TOPANGA is releasing their debut EP, Midnight Jungle, on February 3. But you don't have to wait until February to sample some of their new songs, as they're making a stop at El Cid on Friday, December 2nd.

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Cold Fronts Coming In at KFN Nov. 13

It's getting cold, kids - just in time for today’s powerhouse, matinee show at Kung Fun Necktiefeaturing Sire Records' Cold Fronts. Craig Almquist's brainchild has been rockin’ since 2010 when he was wrapping up school here in Philly. Many musicians have come and gone to fill the ranks - some revolving, but always at the core is Almquist. With a mercurial approach to life and to music, being at the right place at the right time has certainly paid off for the likeable frontman. His music follows suit, being of the moment and of the times, it’s uplifting, carefree with a purist “fuck all attitude.” Forever, Whatever takes no exception to this attitude. Cold Fronts will also be joined this afternoon by co-headliner Slingshot Dakota and Weakened Friends. It’s a rare all-ages show at the Fishtown waterhole, so all our readers under 21 should be taking advantage of this opportunity. Kung Fu Necktie, 1250 N. Front. St., 4pm, $8, All Ages - Keith Kelley

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Video Premiere: The New Up - Future is Now

We're always pleased to share new Bay Area music with you! The New Up's dreamy new music video and single, Future is Now is moody, sensual and a bit psychedelic. Take a listen! You can catch them playing live TONIGHT at Bottom of the Hill. The show starts at 9 pm. Make sure you don't miss their performance!

"This song is about how humans always think that whatever they come up with is better than what they had before. It reflects the lack of forethought that goes into a lot of decisions about our existence. In turn, if we continue going in that direction it will eventually lead to our destruction. It contains a silver lining of hope that it’s possible to wake up and turn that around." - Emily of The New Up

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