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New Music Video: "I Don't Ever Wanna Leave California" - Allison Crutchfield

Co-directed with Catherine Elicson, the video for “I Don’t Ever Wanna Leave California” offers some further insight into Allison Crutchfield's debut solo album, Tourist In This Town, scheduled for release on January 27 via Merge Records. With an eye planted from the West Coast, the song captures a sense of casual, melodic warmth while describing in direct manner the desire to move forward personally. The First Unitarian Church will host Crutchfield & The Fizz’s record release show on Friday, February 10 that will also include Radiator Hospital, Pinkwash, Empath, and Try The Pie.

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Diet Cig unveils new single, announce debut LP 'Swear I'm Good At This' and US tour

Since it inception, Rock'n'Roll has always been music feeding itself with paradoxes (hey, it was born from a mix of white country and black blues!), and throughout its history it has thrived on sonic contradictions such as the psychedelic pop experimentations, shoegazer's blend of noise and celestial melodies and the '90s loud/quiet/loud leanings. Brooklyn's Diet Cig's comment their new single 'Tummy Ache' (streaming below) in a way that perfectly fits with this narrative: "Tummy Ache' is all about unpacking the feeling of approaching punk with radical softness, and the struggle when it's not always read as powerful or cool or whatever enough. Its the shout into my pillow when what I'm saying isn't being heard, and a big old I FEEL YA to all the femme folks creating space for themselves in a world that wants to keep us quiet." The duo is taking the opportunity of this single to announce the release of their debut album 'Swear I'm Good At This,' scheduled for April 7 on Frenchkiss Records. They will promote it through several live shows at SXSW and a month long US tour starting at Baby's All Right on the dey of the release.

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New Track: "Time Floats" (King Britt Remix) - Moor Mother

Philly's own King Britt just remixed rising avant artist Moor Mother's "Time Floats," which closes out her latest critically acclaimed album Fetish Bones (Don Giovanni). It was part of an ongoing collaborative series between acts from this year's Moogfest lineup. Moor Mother explains, "'Time Floats' speaks about the environmental warfare that continues to plague historical African American and low income communities."

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New Trunkweed LP Available for Streaming & Purchase

Trunkweed put a bop in your step with their uber-catchy first full-length album and vinyl release, You Are a Nice Surprise. The LP was written over several months, "during a time of transformation and hopelessness," and was recorded at Bad Racket Studios in Cleveland, OH. You Are a Nice Surprise is available via Out of Breath Records and Funeral Sound, and you can also stream and purchase the digital download below.

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Dizzyride celebrates release of debut album at Baby's All Right on 1/18

Few band names are more accurate than NYC's Dizzyride. The band's unique combination of dream pop, electro and soul music takes listeners on a wild ride that is bound to disorient in the best way possible. "Soundtrack," a single off of their forthcoming debut LP, feels like riding on a roller-coaster going in slow motion. The shuffled high-hats and bass drum parts seem ready to speed up, but are held tight by the expansive synth patterns and shimmering vocals. The best part comes at the end though, when sleepy saxophone riffs join the mix to form a stabilizing outro. We're definitely looking forward to their debut album, due on 1/20, whose release will be celebrated at Baby's All Right on 1/18. — Henry Solotaroff-Webber

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