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New Port Arthur Album Available for Streaming & Download

Serene Americana welded within an experimental organ/synth-anchored platform, Fall of Man, the new EP from Port Arthur, toes the threshold between trippy and traditional. The Luke Shefsk-led ensemble crafts a union between a folk proximity marinated in inviting strings and sustaining backing vocals. However, that backyard bonfire vibe is contrasted by surging searches of outer auras.

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Video Premiere: King Willow - Galapagos

We're excited to premiere the new music from the Bay Area based sister duo, King Willow. Their new single, Galapagos is an addictive acoustic pop track that tells a story of love relationships and the need for freedom.

Sisters, Amanda and Julianna Salguero make up the twin chambers of King Willow’s wistfully beating heart. With a sound some have likened to The Head and the Heart and First Aid Kit, their original music shows a range from slower huskier numbers to upbeat and clever pop anthems. East Coast natives and current San Franciscans, these two bicoastal babes bring humor and grace to indie folk/pop.

"Galapagos" is the story of a love gone stale - that point in a relationship where staying together is simply easier than breaking up. Two lovers with the opposite problem fight it out in the music video - their passion takes a comically dark turn as the two seek their revenge." - King Willow

King Willow is celebrating their EP release on March 23rd at Amnesia in San Francisco.
8:30pm, $7

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Deli sponsored showcase "The Revolution Vol. 13" at National Sawdust on 3/18 with Marie Davy, Arthur Moon, Jakk Tha Rhyma, (U)nity, Iris Lune and Nikara Warren presents Black Wall Street

The Deli NYC is proud to sponsor National Sawdust's one year anniversary of The Revolution (VOL. 13), scheduled for March 18th at the stunning venue in the heart of Williamsburg. The performance series continues to highlight rising local artists who strive to showcase the evolution of this city's amazing and multi-faceted music scene. Performing at the upcoming show are the following artists: R&B-influenced Marie Davy, indietronic crooner Iris Lune, the jazz vibraphone virtuoso 'Nikara Warren presents Black Wall Street,' avant-pop prodigy Arthur Moon, hip-hop rhyme master Jakk Tha Rhyma of Pro Era, and the Cuban-influenced sounds of (U)nity. For those looking to tap into what's coming up in the New York music scene, this show is a must-see. More details for the March 18th event are available through Eventbrite. - Will Sisskind

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New The Vernes LP Available for Streaming & Download

Recorded in their basement during 2016, three sets of singles and an EP succinctly wrapped in a cohesive package, that’s The Vernes' self-titled debut album. The quintet locates a whimsical, drifting, lo-fi air that can scorch despite their penchant for breezy conditions. You can catch them performing next in Philly on Wednesday, March 22 at Boot & Saddle with American Trappist and Stef Chura. (Photo by Jamison Pinkert)

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New Track: "Home (Where She Wanted To Be)" - Night Windows

“Home (Where She Wanted To Be),” the title track from Night Windows forthcoming EP, thrusts assertively forward, propelled by bass and the sly addition of synth. While the percussive, spacey thud sets the tone, harmonized vocals iron the production out. Home will be released on March 31 via Black Rd Records. However, the band’s release show is slated for Tuesday, March 28 at Boot & Saddle, and the bill will also include co-producer Fred Thomas as well as HLEP & Maxwell Stern.

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