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Post-punk trio Dead Tenants play Secret Project Robot 10.13

Dread, anxiety, and social discomfort permeate the discography of Dead Tenants, a Queens-based noise rock trio whose forthcoming full-length, LP II, drops 10.05. Their last effort, a 2016 split release with Brooklyn’s Drome entitled Ten Dead Ants / Peter Milk, is a scorched earth release in which lofi, acid soaked guitars hum and squeal, all the while barreling forward in an uneven percussive shuffle; occasional brief remises of calm are offered only in the form of spoken word verses, delivered in deadpan haze by frontman (and band namesake) Doug Tenant.

Dead Tenants bring a larger-than-life sound by way of their minimalist instrumental setup (a cut-and-dry guitar, bass, and drums), with LP II promising to deliver the same grandiose noise later this year - you can catch them at their album release show at Secret Project Robot on 10.13, joined by Kal Marks, Weeping Icon, Outside World, and other secret guests. - Connor Beckett McInerney (@b_ck_tt), Photo by Walter Wlodarczyk

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Kyle Paul Quartet

Kyle Paul Quartet released their debut EP, “Conversion”, this week. The tracks on this EP were written by jazz guitarist and composer Kyle Paul and feature contribution from Sam Byson, Philip Wailes, Evan Main, Tim Kreis, Hannah Johnson, and Sean Weber.

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New Pulgas EP Available for Streaming & Purchase

A beautifully twisted portmanteau of candescent pop and arrhythmic flux, Pulgas’ Simon Martinez and Zane Shields return with More Like Us (Astro Nautico). Released as a companion EP to an album coming in the spring, More Like Us takes the listener through four concise yet dense tracks that display a growth in their craftsmanship from previous recordings. Their sense of dynamism in musicianship is fiercely on display, while the production and quality of the recordings are vibrant and smooth. If you’re a fan of DIY-pop aficionados in the vein of Ryan Power or Jake Tobin, the new Pulgas EP will be a welcome addition to your musical wheelhouse. - Josh Kelly

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Hearts & Minds

The free jazz trio Hearts & Minds will be releasing their latest LP, Electroradiance, via Astral Spirits on October 5th. These are the explorations of Jason Stein (Bass Clarinet), Paul Giallorenzo (Synth, Keyboards), and Chad Taylor (Percussion). The LP’s first single is called “Back and Forth” and can be streamed below.

You can catch Hearts & Minds at Elastic Arts on October 20th.

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