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SADAF
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Alphaville
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Marc Ribot
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Sunnyvale
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Paper Gates drops 'Memory Box' tape and zine tonight

*photo by Amanda Rose Reinholz

We first discovered Paper Gates last year at Treefort Music Festival and he quickly became one of our favorites in avant creation. He played the festival again this year, but what we're focusing on today is the new tape and coinciding zine he's releasing tonight at The Liquor Store.

Based on the Paper Gates production we've heard before, Memory Box is guaranteed to be another sonic adventure down the rabbit hole of the brain behind Paper Gates, Andy Rayborn. His adept use of bass clarinet shows a mastery of compound minimalism by creating such large soundscapes with so few instrumental tools. 

Joining Rayborn in the release of the Memory Box tape and zine will performances by Sheers and a solo set from Sam Adams of Sama Dams.  

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Foxtails Brigade Teams Up w/ DeModa For Blind Contour

NYC-based producer DeModa shared his latest single, the epic electro-pop single "Blind Contour" featuring vocals from Laura Weinbach of the Oakland-based Foxtails Brigade.

DeModa (David Johnson) spoke, "I’ve grown to be most satisfied with the way ‘Blind Contour’ came out because it incorporates all of the individual styles and rhythms that I’ve loved over the course of my life. My favorite element of the song is most certainly Laura’s contribution (Foxtails Brigade). It’s as if we were on the same wavelength because from the moment I first heard her vocals I was sure they were perfect for it."

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Prima drops new single, SAMBA, teases impending EP

Prima's latest single, "SAMBA", is a delicious romp in tortuous tension. The Brooklyn-based band has mastered the art of keeping their cards close to chest, and makes a habit of never revealing any more musical phrases than they need to. Driven by angular guitar leads, primative drum beats, and wild-yet-controlled female vocals, SAMBA is a slow burn that pushes its listeners right up to edge, but never fully loses its cool. Check out the track streaming below, and keep your eyes peeled for Prima's lates EP, Performance, to be released this month.-Olivia Sisinni

 

 

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