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New Track: "Nosebleed" - Borzoi Boy

Recalling a dream, a youthful jangle permeates in "Nosebleed," the latest single from Borzoi Boy. Instrumentally aided by Vincent Joseph Knauf, the song coasts in a bedroom-pop search. An internal monologue spills out in light-level melody. You can catch Borzoi Boy at Hole Foods this Friday, February 16 with Yung Sham, Cooking, and David Attias.

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New The Guests Album Available for Streaming & Purchase

Popular Music, the new album from The Guests, is now available for streaming and purchase. The serious presence of baritone vocals is folded into loose, progressing, new-wave grooves. Blending ominous warnings with jangly wanderings, these songs engage with pensive lyricism, while retaining an intense danceability. The Guests will holding their record release celebration this evening at Voltage Lounge, with DJs Nightwitch, Strykk-9, and Shari Vari.

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Deli NYC Premiere: Alexia Bomtempo's video for "I Thought About You"

In 2016, we named Alexia Bomtempo one of NYC's top emerging artists. Late last year, Bomtempo released her third studio album, called Chasing Storms and Stars, and we are happy to premiere the first music video for the track "I Thought About You". The stripped-down song features Alexia's frank vocal delivery and Brazilian-inspired beats fused with American soul. In the video, Bomtempo's fluxing expressions -- some projected over her blank face, some shown raw -- convey the power behind her simple but beautiful music and lyrics. And to add more emphasis to the simplicity of the whole package, the video makes expert use of black and white. See it for yourself -- and take a listen to "I Thought About You" -- below. Alexia Bontempo will perform live at The 55 Bar on February 13. - Will Sisskind

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Harry Teardrop premieres dream pop “Chinatown” single

Harry Teardrop makes the kind of hazy, daydream-inducing bedroom pop that you can get lost in. New single “Chinatown” is no exception, but it works the smooth, jazzy undertones to more soothing ends. Teardrop—a.k.a. NYU student Harrison Li—crafts indie music that’s unafraid to be pop and, in this case, unafraid to be ‘80s style romantic. Originally written for Li’s senior prom as a slow dancing song for his band to play, “Chinatown” is a lo-fi ballad with nonchalant cool. Listen below and be sure to catch Harry Teardrop opening for Dolly Spartans on February 11th at Trans-Pecos. –Cameron Carr</p>

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New Greg Mendez LP Available for Streaming & Purchase

Greg Mendez just released his first full band album, & Gum Trash, backed by Evan Bernard (The Superweaks), Ian Farmer (Modern Baseball, Slaughter Beach, Dog), and Cody Wren (Decent). Contagious, concise instrumentation attaches to personally-connecting lyrics, tying the listener into the narratives. The recordings welcome you into a new, musical house, which soon feels like a friendly, familiar home. This Sunday, February 11, Boot & Saddle will be hosting Mendez’s record release show, where he'll be support by Shannen Moser, Neil O'Neil, and Queen Jesus. (Photo by SJ Penchenski)

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