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New Black Zone Myth Chant Album Available for Streaming & Purchase

Feng Shen (which is Chinese for "wind spirit") is the newest release by Maxime Primault, under his moniker Black Zone Myth Chant. Primault has released music over the years under a variety of projects such as High Wolf and Enfer Boreal; his repertoire has expanded from psychedelic drone to synth-laden dance tracks. The album’s transcendental nature is revealed through seamless transitions, from fluorescent rhythmic barrages to serene ambience. Feng Shen is out on vinyl via French label Editions Gravats, and will be made into a limited batch of cassettes by Hospital Productions. - Josh Kelly

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New Music Video: "Call Me Cool" - Very Bad Vibes

“Call Me Cool” is the latest single from Sam Huntington, a.k.a. Very Bad Vibes (formerly of The Original Crooks and Nannies). Its accompanying video, directed by Devon Voelkel, is segmented into contextualized fragments of self-absorption and the resulting ramifications. Centralized on phone use as an object/action of consequence, the song is a pop-oriented, low-end heavy commentary. Demonstrating destructive behavior in playful plot twists, you may think twice the next time the phone rings.

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Synthpop duo Tmboy (ex Tomboy) returns to Mercury on 01.12

Tmboy (ex Tomboy) is the electronic duo of Sarah Aument and Will Shore and their music should tickle the curiosity of fans of Sylvan Esso. While Sarah paints rolling hills of stars with her keyboard stacks, Will mans the beat machine while also filling out the sound on a real vibraphone. Soulful and genuine, Sarah's vocals are reminiscent of an intriguing blend of Chvrches and Bjork, with lyrics way above the average for what sounds like moody party music. 

Their next show is a late night party at Mercury Lounge, starting at midnight on Friday, January 12th. Also performing: Novelty Daughter, Akki, No Intimate, R.E.L. Check out tense and edgy single "Roll Out" from their 2014 debut LP "Tomboy." -  Meghan Rose

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New Nymphaea EP Available for Streaming & Purchase

With panic-inducing beats and wistfully chilling vocals, Marit Rose Stafstrom, a.k.a. Nymphaea, lures you into a world of forever night, where nightmarish, cinematic soundscapes seem to always be lingering just over your shoulder. It can be an uncomfortable yet thrilling feeling with surprisingly beautiful, tranquil moments. However, that tranquility rarely lasts for long on Shang Bronze; you'll soon be running/dancing for your life once again.

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Freakout Standouts: Future Shock

 *photo by Travis Trautt

What can really be said about Future Shock? The duo, comprised of futuristic characters RayGun and The Doctor, can put your world down, flip it and reverse it with their sounds. They took over Hattie's Hat the first night of this year's Freakout Festival and in every sense, they definitely ran the place.

Commanding the back room of Hattie's with a creatively confident air, Future Shock were unapologetically themselves; their afro-nu wave-neo soul a force that no one in the audience could really reckon with. An amalgamation to the likes of Kraftwerk, Tribe Called Quest, Bowie and new wave greats, Future Shock, fog machine and bull horn in tow, ran through incredibly dancey tracks like "The Future," "Time & Space" and "Secret Weapon," all of which were very well received. With one of the most captivating and overall entertaining sets of the entire festival, if they weren't on your radar before they definitely need to be now.

They may not play sets very often but it's more than worth it if you're able to catch one. Follow Future Shock's Facebook to see when they're taking the stage next.

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