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New Taiwan Housing Project LP Available for Streaming

Spellbinding, noisy, experimental, unfiltered rock that resonates and lingers, Veblen Death Mask, the new album from Taiwan Housing Project, will be officially released tomorrow via Kill Rock Stars, but you can currently stream it in full over at Noisey. The album may feel chaotic at first; however, those non-traditional instrumental combinations create an engaging unpredictability, while still capturing pop sensibilities amid the heavy churning undertow. Catch Taiwan Housing Project’s record release show this Saturday, May 6 at Johnny Brenda's with Igneous Eyes and ESCAPE-ISM!

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Succumb Releases Self-Titled Album via Flesner Records

Due out May 5 (Flenser Records), Succumb’s self-titled debut was recorded by bay area luminary Jack Shirley (Deafheaven, Botanist, Oathbreaker, etc.) and features seven songs touching on far-spanning influences including death metal, metallic hardcore, and ‘90s Napalm Death. The ace in the sleeve, though, is vocalist Cheri Musrasrik, who juxtaposes powerful metal riffing with a cavernous howl, waxing poetic on themes like human experimentation and dystopian futures.

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Nobody

Nobody (aka Willis Earl Beal) has released a new Limited-Edition Cassette, Turn, via TMB Limited. The 8-song album is also available on CD and can be streamed below.

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The Spookfish's surreal space-folk (or something)

We are not sure what led Dan Goldberg of The Spookfish to record his album "Black Hole" in a studio after spending ten years recording his own music in DIY fashion (according to his Bandcamp profile, the man has recorded 10 full lengths between 2010 and 2014!). Whatever the reason, the music of The Spookfish hasn't lost one bit of its lo-fi character and charm, developing on often juxtaposed and sometimes blended elements of dream-folk and 8-bit space rock. Single 'Everything is Moving So Fast,' one of the few tracks with lyrics, perfectly describes the static and surreal mood of the record: "You're standing slowly, watching it pass, everything is moving so fast." Echoes of early Flaming Lips and Sebadoh give this track a '90s flair that is though misleading: the rest of the album is a very personal, mostly instrumental - and often quirky - take on lo-fi.

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Minimalist noise rockers GOLD DIME (members of Talk Normal) announces debut LP

Minimalism and noise rock are two musical waves NYC has proudly fed and bred over the decades; the latest product of their fusion is GOLD MINE, a project led by drummer and vocalist Andrya Ambro of now defunct noise duo Talk Normal (which made the cover of The Deli in our 2010 Best of NYC issue). The band, performing live as a trio since 2014, will be releasing debut LP 'Nerve' on June 2nd, and judging from the preview track 'Easy' (streaming below), we are in for a suspenceful, tense, unnervingly sincere record. The record release party is scheduled for June 3rd at Alphaville.

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