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Mel Senese “Goodbye”

Mel Senese has release a video for her latest single “Goodbye”. The single, which was released back in August, is her second of 2019 following up “Prey”.

Senese has a modern approach to Pop and Dance Music, with an ear for catchy melodies and compelling choruses.

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Carlile "Sapio"

Carlile recently released a new single called “Sapio”. This is the Indie Pop Artist’s third single of 2019 and perhaps her darkest and most ambitious.

You can catch Carlilie tonight, October 31st, at aliveONE and on December 6th at Schubas with Emily Blue.

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Waldo Witt Debuts Video for Goth-Synth Track "Carteret"

Waldo Witt knows how to make a video. The electronic pop singer and songwriter understands the power of images, and he knows how to underscore and amplify the emotional intensity of his songs through visual storytelling. So far, his clips have been beautifully shot, dramatically acted, and as compelling to follow as any motion picture is. "Crystal Ball," his last video, was practically a love letter to '80s cinema: it featured the Chapel Hill artist in a succession of scenes and poses deeply reminiscent of the best-loved and most emotionally provocative movies of the first synthpop era. (Even the titles looked vintage!) "Carteret," the latest Waldo Witt video, ups the ante with a gripping story-line that borrows equally from dystopian and gangster cinema. He's an artist who understands the camera – one with a knack for making film-historical tropes his own. 

 

Nobody who knows the artist will be shocked. His music does something very similar: it alludes to prior electronic pop models and juxtaposes them, boldly, with contemporary approaches. Waldo Witt's music is gorgeously appointed, texturally sophisticated, harmonically rich, and sonically arresting. Once heard, it's not easily forgotten. Witt makes songs that cry out for video treatments – songs that feel like soundtracks to unforgettable moments. Call it psychedelia, or dream pop, or electronic soul, and he won't mind; what matters is the profound effect these cuts have on those who listen to them. "Carteret," for instance, is quintessential Waldo Witt: it's a waking reverie, a swim in a deep river with dangerous undercurrents. 

 

Sefárdico's "Carteret" enhances the dreamlike quality of Waldo Witt's music. The director presents a magic realism treatment on the United States – one populated by a desperate and passionate multicultural youth defined by its opposition to the dominant power group, in this case the Kadabros gang.  This is a needle-drop into a deep groove: a look at a subculture struggling, and celebrating, and adapting to a hostile society. But a closer look at the cosmetics suggests a division. The different clown face paint worn by the Kadabros and the minority gangs signify the differing ideology they present to the world. Narratively speaking, the clown face is also a device to lighten up the very stark situation in which we found ourselves as a country - that we are ultimately divided. Our hero is a young woman with a butterfly chest tattoo whose innocent appearance belies her dedication – and her determination to overthrow the current corrupt and obsolete order.  Only by symbolically killing the societal ideal we have of those in power we will be able to celebrate underrepresented voices and move forward as a society.

 

 

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Meghan & Caitlin "Dirty Mouth"

Meghan & Caitlin have released the latest single, “Dirty Mouth”, from their forthcoming debut full-length album, Bad Terms, which is due out November 8th via Schnauz Records. This is the sister duo of Meghan and Caitlin Foley, and this album is their follow-up to their debut EP, “Fenced In”, which was released back in July.

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Jack Larsen “Vanity”

Jack Larsen has released a new single called “Vanity”, the latest from his debut full-length album Mildew. The album is scheduled to be released on October 23rd via Closed Sessions.

You can help Larsen to celebrate the release of Mildew at Schubas on November 19th.

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