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Gabrielle Smith (from Eskimeaux) new solo pop project: Gabby's World

Known more for works of raw emotion and ambient exploration, Gabrielle Smith -- performing under the moniker Gabby's World, and formerly known as Eskimeaux and Ó -- treads into poppy fields with her new single "Rear View" from her upcoming album Beast on Beast. "Rear View" continues the transition of Smith's sound from dark, DIY, drone-based songs into a flower punk bedroom pop act; however, she loses none of the feeling and emotion in her new song. Her previous EP Year of the Rabbit provided space for Smith to feel out her pop possibilities, and, by contrast, she delivers plenty of hooks on "Rear View", tying her visual poetry to head-bopping glo-fi in a way that will make you want to dance in a sad way. Listen to "Rear View" below. The Beast on Beast album release party is scheduled for November 15 at Elsewhere's Zone One.  - Will Sisskind

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Haunted Continents releases music video for "What Were You Born For?"

Former Deli NYC Best Emerging Artist James A. M. Downes -- known under the moniker Haunted Continents -- has released a new track called "What Were You Born For?", along with a lyric video. In the description of the video, Downes mentions that the song's inspiration -- as well as its soaring sound -- come from his experience stumbling around a New York bookstore and reading about the Left Hand Path, along with those who envision a daemon helping them down that path to answer the question asked in the title of Downes's new song. Downes and friends shot the video in different areas of New York City, on Brooklyn rooftops and in Manhattan crosswalks, on empty trains and in busy intersections - you can stream it below. - Will Sisskind

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New Cave People EP Available for Streaming & Purchase

Cave People recently dropped its new EP Salt, which was recorded by Joe Michelini (of American Trappist) at Berlin Studios. All proceeds will go to Juntos, a Philly-based organization that is fighting for immigrant rights. A folk, bare-bones vulnerability unfolds on Dave Tomaine's latest album. An air of loneliness and regret stirs, yet there is a beauty to it all. That fragility wears into you as the music plays on.

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Coco Verde celebrates EP release at Baby's All Right on 09.19

NYC quartet Coco Verde will headline Baby's All Right on September 19th to celebrate the release of their debut EP Marathon. The two singles available online, the title track (streaming below) and Cinnamon Peaches, showcase a band able to work within the sonic realms of both indie rock and folky pop, adopting tense vocals and distorted guitars in the latter track, and a more melodic and lyrical approach for the former. NYC bands Roya and The Muckers will also perform that same night.

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New Track: "Indifferent Belushi" - Steady Hands

Truth In Comedy is the forthcoming album from Steady Hands, featuring ex-Modern Baseball drummer Sean Huber in the forefront. Due out on October 19 via Lame-O Records, “Indifferent Belushi,” the lead single from the Brian McTear-produced album, begins with spright keys and a personal admission. Off and running on close to empty, the melodic tune taps into a recollection of attempting to get lost in distractions, partying, etc. and not feeling satisfied. There’s a multifaceted, pleasantly-inviting casualness to the anthem, with a chorus that naturally bookends the summer.

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