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Sonny Knockout Pulls No Punches at Boot & Saddle July 1

The quartet of Sonny Knockout’s debut EP will arrive later this year via Hidden Gem Records. Until then, those looking to hop on board the band’s backend-bumping brand of enthusiastic rock should head on over to Boot & Saddle this evening. Jumping into weekend mode, Sonny Knockout pulls no punches, creating upbeat grooves, sweeping listeners into a refreshing summer current, while serving as a catalyst to their sing-along sound. Tonight, they’ll be joined by the attitude-drenched, rumble-shaking, power-pop of The Up! Up! Ups! and raw, infectious rock of San Diego’s The Soaks. Boot & Saddle, 1131 S. Broad St., 8:30pm, $8, 21+ - Michael Colavita

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Dilly Dally, Toronto-based grunge band, playing at The Horseshoe

This 4 piece grunge band from Toronto is starting to make a serious buzz. Currently making their way all the way through the USA right now; they get a brief break back home before heading to Europe in the New Year. I'm diggin' their latest single "Desire" from their recently released album "Sore". This track just oozes 90's rock n roll. Basically soft grunge with beautiful atmospheric 0ooh's that would almost make Kim Deal jealous . You can tell they're still just dying to unleash some intense overdrive all over the place. The track "Purple Rage" is a good example of this as they show off a little more anger although they never lose the tight rhythm and catchy melodies ....as I'm writing this I got completely off track while playing the video game on their website. Needless to say... Dilly Dally is doing some cool shit and you can see them live at the Horseshoe on November 27th.

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From the digital submissions: King Neptune - Live at Cake Shop tonight (06.30)

After having played in a variety of bands throughout his life (including NGHBRS), New York musician Ian Kenny is now focusing on his solo rock project, under the moniker of King Neptune. The band’s first and only single released to date, “Black Hole” (streaming below) is an honest and infectious break-up song about the perception of knowing someone and the realization that it's not true. The song starts off as a passionate, slightly angry rock ‘n’ roll anthem, slowly evolving through a disorderly succession of the five stages of grief. Acceptance seems to set it in the mellow ending, until the final sentence "I knew you" pretty much denies any progress, sending the author back to the stage of "denial." King Neptune is set to play the Cake Shop tonight (06.30). - Madeleine Grossman

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We added this song to The Deli's playlist of Best alt rock songs by emerging NYC artists - check it out!

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New Music Video: "Ole" - Mumblr

Shot after hours at Han Dynasty’s Old City location, Mumblr’s new music video for “Ole,” found on their latest album The Never Ending Get Down (Fleeting Youth Records), interprets the song’s sexually tense subject matter via dance. Directed by Sean Brown, Scott Stitzer and Katy Ament demonstrate a playful intense energy, locking into that infectious yet seriously raucous vibe that the band has etched out. You can catch them next Tuesday at Goldilocks Gallery with Pill Friends, Past Life, and Tomato Dodgers.

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Wayside Story

Wayside Story has released a video for the first single from their upcoming EP, "Young Adult Fiction". The EP will be released in August 5th.

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