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New Music Video: "Hail Storm" - The Lawsuits

Bob Sweeney provides a candid look in The Lawsuits’ new music video for “Hail Storm,” featured on their latest album Moon Son, which is available via Randm Records. The footage documents the quintet as they embrace the simple rejuvenating joys of fresh cuts. They'll be performing next in Philly on Friday, September 23 at Boot & Saddle with Nemes & Jeremiah Tall.

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Watch Meishi Smile's New Music Video for ...Belong

Digital punk/experimental pop artist Meishi Smile's recently released a music video for the title track to 2015's pico-noise LP ...Belong. Directed by Japanese animator Yuka Maeda, the video subverts the Music Anime Douga aesthetic with 3-D model manipulation and references to cult horror films, psychological drama narratives and video games.

If the feeling is still ripe, watch Meishi Smile play a DJ set with live visuals by DJ Saiato (Glitch City LA) at the 21+ Fakku Panel on July 3rd—Anime Expo pass holders get in free.

Meishi will also perform with Zoom Lens labelmate oh my muu, Kraftmatik & Olek Mular collab YEAR of the OX, and Project Blowed alumnus dumbfoundead at a free concert hosted by Japanese American National Museum on August 18th. You can also listen to May Yim's newest album "(reclamation)" on the Zoom Lens Bandcamp. - photo by Brian Vu

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Hero House brings introspective indie pop to Mercury Lounge on 6.29

Hero House is the new indie pop project from singer-songwriter Jamie Bendell. Bendell, also a member of the band Plastic Cannons, released the first single off her upcoming EP 'Pretty Tough' at the end of 2015. Her music marries introspective lyrics and lush, hook-laden vocals with folk and soul influences. This first single also showcases a guitar sound very reminiscent of U2 from 'The Joshua Tree' era. Hero House will be playing Mercury Lounge on June 29th in support of Todd Lewis Kramer. - John Honan

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Get your morning beach vibes with Mermaid in China

Mermaid in China are dropping premium vibes for summer time with their video for "A Stroll Through Callow Bay." Reminiscent of an early 90's travel video montage, "A Stroll Through Callow Bay" plays a mellow vocality and stolid instrumental delivery of a dream-like psych pop that when put all together, just makes you want to head out to the coast and plop down in the early morning sand.

Mermaid in China just started a mini stint in Washington yesterday, rolling through Seattle, Port Townsend and Olympia next. 

Check out "A Stroll Through Callow Bay" below and let Mermaid in China's cool sounds easy you into summertime.

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Arc Iris release new video for “Kaleidoscope” + plays Cafe` Nine on 07.21

The staggeringly beautiful stylings of Providence, RI group Arc Iris have been brought to life in their new video for “Kaleidoscope,” a single off of their upcoming album “Moon Salon.” The three piece ensemble, which includes former Low Anthem member Jocie Adams, uses tantalizing vocal melodies, mysterious cello lines, emotionally-charged drum beats, and lush harmonies to create mesmerizing performances, both acoustically and visually. The new video is no exception - it features a blended interaction of dancers, musicians, and light for a psychedelic display, reminiscent of Joanna Newsom, Fleetwood Mac, and Animal Collective. The video takes you on a fantastic journey through their sound, which is unique, compelling, and enchanting. You can catch Arc Iris’ enchanting aura this July at their C’mon Everybody residency in Brooklyn, starting on July 5, and in New Haven, CT on July 21. - Dan Rome

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