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New Track: "The Last Dog" - Inlets

Sarah Schimeneck (Mercury Girls, Pet Milk) has teamed up with Jeff Zeigler (Valley Exit, Arc in Round) to record under the moniker of Inlets. With “The Last Dog,” the duo casts a cinematic cloud. The two-headed combination of piano and synth looms, generating an ominous, windy stir that is further highlighted by the trailing echo of Schimeneck’s vocals. That elegant, isolated openness is beautifully dangerous.

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Baby Money at Empty Bottle

Baby Money is now a trio fronted by Pamela Maurer. Back in 2016 she released the first installment in her shy-CITY trilogy. She has gritty 60’s pop sound, and is now preparing to release the next installment. The new album will be released by Midwest Action Tapes and will be a double tape accompanied by a mini graphic novel drawn and written by Pamela.

You can help Baby Money celebrate their new album on December 1st at Empty Bottle.

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Deli cover band Guerilla Toss headlines Baby's All Right on 11.16 + releases new video

We are very excited to inform you that avant-electro-psych band Guerilla Toss, who graced the latest cover of our NYC print issue, will be performing their first live show since that issue hit the streets of NYC in mid October. The band's latest album, entitled GT Ultra and released through DFA Records, is an exuberant, multifaceted explosion of sound inspired by mysterious government sponsored experiments and The Greatful Dead (althoughg it sounds nothing like them). The band recently unveiled this new video for single "Betty Dreams of Green Men." The live show will be at Baby's All Right on November 16, be there!

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Upper Wilds return from a quick tour to play Gold Sounds on 11.18

Upper Wilds are an experiment in distortion. Their debut album, "Guitar Module 2017" (Deli NYC record of the month last month) is one frenzied wave of noise going through the entire body. Once the senses accept this new experience, the lyrics can finally be appreciated. Somehow, through all the glitchy melodies come these heavenly vocals that find a near-perfect blend of pop and punk. This is another band that shouldn't work but totally does. To hear it, to believe it, check out Upper Wilds’ upcoming show at Gold Sounds on November 18, right after the band's brief east coast tour. - Amanda Ogea

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Reliant Tom drops new music video for "Poor You"

Avant-pop duo, Reliant Tom, is nothing if not absolutely striking. The two-piece combines clever instrumentals and cutting edge musical tech with sultry vocals and sharp-tongued lyricism. Last week, the group dropped their latest music video, for "Poor You" a trippy and disorienting display that provides the perfect visual accompaniment to the song's haunting tone and minimalistic sensibilities. Check it out streaming below. -Olivia Sisinni

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