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New Music Video: "Grass" - Year Of Glad

In the van, performing on stage, in the studio, shopping, and just getting goofy together, Year Of Glad’s video for “Grass“ offers a myriad of candid touring home-video style imagery. The song found on their new EP I Don’t Know Where I Am Either, released via Lame-O Records, compacts a bright up-tempo yet gritty tone. There’s a lot to look at, but the music and fun shenanigans shine front and center.

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New Track: "22/23" - Lightninging

Listen to the sing-along-flavored “22/23,” found on The God of Sun and Tuesdays, the forthcoming full-length from Lightninging. Jumping on board with the dashing bob of percussion, dual-lined guitar licks, and the enthusiastic drinking buddy vocal harmonies, the song feels joyfully self-disparaging, voicing doubt over an enthusiastic musical backdrop. Seemingly serious pondering is given an afternoon party setting. You can catch Lightninging at Bourbon & Branch on August 30 with The Orange Drop and Wildings.

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Guy Fox Releases New EP - Paper Roads

Paper Roads, the fourth release by Bay Area locals Guy Fox, streets on July 15th. The EP follows the group’s debut full-length release Night Owl (2015) and maintains core elements of the band’s signature sound while taking on a new trajectory. While the band spent the better part of two years in and out of the recording studio crafting Night Owl—a heavily atmospheric recording—Paper Roads embraces, and more closely mirrors, the energetic live set for which the group has become known.

“Paper roads are roads that were approved by a town at some point in history, but have never been built--they just exist on paper,” explains songwriter Nate Witherbee. “We liked the idea as it hints of aspirations, ideas or dreams that haven’t become reality.”

This melancholy-tinged sentiment contrasts with the upbeat grooves and horn arrangements that are at the core of any Guy Fox record. “Let’s Move to Canada”, the EP’s penultimate track, perhaps best encapsulates the group’s ability to combine carefree, tongue-in-cheek lyrics that hint at deeper questions, while opening track “What Ya Say” demonstrates the group’s newfound ability to utilize space and broken down instrumentation.

Recorded at the new Tiny Telephone Oakland studio with long-time producer James Riotto (John Vanderslice, Merrill Garbus, Geographer), Paper Roads offers the most raw and genuine work produced by the group thus far.

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Silverteeth relocates to Newport, RI and releases self-titled EP

After nearly a decade in Brooklyn, prodigal son Bill Bartholomew is returning home to Rhode Island, together with his band silverteeth.  Alongside this relocation to Newport's tiny but powerful music scene, they also released a self-titled EP, and it feels like the two may be correlated thematically. The project contains guitar-centric, no-nonsense alt-pop that opts for a tight, well-oiled sound. On the record, Bartholomew's voice and guitar each drip with sentimentality, and stir the powerful emotions that occur when going through a major life event, such as a move back home. Silverteeth played a EP release show on July 8 at Aurora in Providence, which should the first of many New England shows to come. — Henry Solotaroff-Webber

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Silent Pictures' Album Let It Begin Streaming in Full

San Francisco psych-gaze group, Silent Pictures are debuting their sophomore LP, Let it Begin for a limited time via Soundcloud. A mix of beachy reverb-jangle, big choruses, swirling strings and more, the full album serves as an excellent demonstration of the group’s wide-spanning expertise and experience.

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