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Taught Abroad

Taught Abroad (aka Chris Sadek) has released the first single, "Pantyhouser", from his EP Harmonizer which is due out in May.

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New Music Video: "Floaty Feeling, Blue" - Weekender

Director Jay Yachetta captures a panoramic perspective in Weekender’s new music video for the title-track off their latest EP Floaty Feeling, Blue (PaperCup Music). It utilizes textures of illumination as well as the broader picture to create a pleasant pensive state. Editor Ryan Putnam challenges the natural vibrancy, when an intense tonal change briefly triggers warping/curving of the imagery. The band will be performing in Philly on Saturday, July 9 at Johnny Brenda’s.

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HELLO HARVARD - VIDEO PREMIERE "FALLING FAST"

Couple of young fellas here from Burlington, Ontario. Hello Harvard has been makin' some local noise and stealin' all the young girls hearts lately. Their EP "Silly Things" is set to be released in May. They sound like what would happen if a pop band from the 50's had a baby with a pop band from the 90's. They will be playing the Painted Lady on May 5th as part of Canadian Music Week. Here's their debut video "Falling Fast".

 

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BILLY MOON - HAMMER GARAGE AT THE 'SHOE!

Hamilton has had some really good garage bands come through there in recent years but one that has sort of slid past my radar is Billy Moon. This guy has some really nice garage pop-rock goin on...really catchy melodies with fuzzed out guitars...it's a perfect combo. They're most recent release is an EP called "Young Adult". These fellas are worth listening to for sure. Have a listen to "Young Girls" to get a feel of what Billy Moon is all about. Then go see the band LIVE at the Horseshoe Tavern this Saturday Night. - Kris Gies

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Aüva brings their dreaminess to O'Brien's Pub on 4.11

Listening to Aüva is like losing yourself in a photograph whose colors have faded under the sun. The brilliance is still there but it’s like walking through a hazy dream. From the sugary sweetness of the three piece harmonies and gum drop plops of the guitar in “Into Place” to the prithy drumming and twangy melancholy of the rhythm section in “Nothing Else,” Aüvas Light Years is an aural technicolor reverie dripped in nostalgic beauty. Losing ourselves in this sunburnt masterpiece was a breeze, and easing out of it left us longing it a little more. Prepare for cool summer nights with Light Years and catch Aüra perform at O’Brien’s Pub on Aprill 11. - Adriana S Ballester

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