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Stove plays Shea Stadium on 7.04

Stove is the new solo project from Connecticut native, Ovlov member Steve Hartlett and other friends mostly based in Brooklyn. The band released its debut album Is Stupider in November of 2015 on Exploding in Sound, opffering a brand of slacker rock heavily influenced by '90s acts like Dinosaur Jr. and Pavement. Catchy melodies and memorable choruses abound in tracks like “Wet Food” and “Dusty Tree," and so does the tendency towards introspective and self-deprecating lyrics. “Dusty Weather” (streaming) is the cleanest sounding track on the album, deviating from the band signature sound, until the fuzzy burst of melody at the end. Stove will be playing Shea Stadium on July 4th. - John Honan

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These Peaches @ Martyrs

These Peaches are headlining a show at Martyrs' on Wednesday, June 29th. The band released Almost Heard an Ocean back in 2015 and released a fantastic video for their track "So Glad" back in Spring.

You can catch These Peaches with The Tiny Miles Trio on June 29th at Martyrs.

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Sheena & Thee Nosebleeds Record Release Party at Ortlieb's June 25

Sheena Powell (of The Baptist Preachers) has come together once again with metalheads Thee Nosebleeds to bring "hellfire and brimstone rock and roll". Sheena & Thee Nosebleed are releasing a new album, titled The Revolution Will Be Amplified, and they'll be celebrating its arrival this evening at Ortlieb's. (The first 25 paid admissions will receive a copy of the record.) Punk pals Thorazine will be giving their support, and they should have some new material, after being dormant for nearly a decade. Rap/funk artist C-Dot and Dirty Jerz's Come And Get It round out the lineup. Ortlieb's, 847 N. 3rd St., 9pm, $10, 21+ - H.M. Kauffman

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The Deli Philly's Featured Artist(s) Poll Winner: Grayling

Lexi Campion first emerged on the Philly music scene as part of math-y indie-rock outfit Edelweiss. She has since moved on to her own project, writing and releasing songs under the moniker Grayling. Campion shared her debut EP Everything That Burns, via NDE Records, earlier this year, grabbing our attention with its emotively powerful vocals and compositions, which surely helped to lead her to victory in our Featured Artist(s) Poll. Check out our recent interview with the burgeoning artist HERE!

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The 4th Annual Down Dirty Shake Milk Bar Residency: Wednesdays in July + Two Added Saturday Dates

It´s that time of year again! Former Deli Magazine San Francisco´s Artist of the Year, Down Dirty Shake has curated their 4th Annual Residency at Milk Bar in San Francisco. This year you can anticipate performances by:

Lee Gallagher and the Hallelujah
Annie Girl and the Flight
Zodiac Death Valley
Hungry Skinny
Everyone is Dirty
Down and Outlaws
Battlehooch

and more!

The residency occurs Every Wednesday in July along with two Saturday events on July 9th and July 23rd!
http://www.milksf.com/ to get tickets $5 in advance, $10 at the door 

¨I want to build a community of like-minded artists in the Bay Area. We'll be featuring bands, artist, projections, dancers, djs and public speakers talking about the real issues in SF and what we can do about them. The Residency is starting to become a staple and cult classic in our thriving Bay Area music scene. I loved how hard it was to pick which acts to have on the lineups. There are so many talented bands in the Bay that I actually had to add two dates to accommodate the amount of bands. I could easily could have had a year long DDS Residency.

My expectations for this years residency is to inspire more people to become apart of the Bay Area music scene. I would like to attend more local shows after this month and have the residency artists collaborate and network long after this residency.¨ -Kyle DeMartini of Down Dirty Shake

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