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New Dark Thoughts Album Available for Streaming & Download

After teasing us with a few lo-fi demo cassettes, containing songs featured on their new studio release, Dark Thoughts's sophomore album, At Work, is now available via Stupid Bag Records/Drunken Sailor Records. The band continues to build on their catalogue of Ramones-inspired pop-punk that has carried their tunes from the DIY spaces of Philly to a wider national/international audience. The punk trio is scheduled to head out on the road next month, and will be coming home to a gig at Boot & Saddle, opening for Iron Chic. You can stream and download At Work below.

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New Music Video: "Polyfoam" - Empath

Empath allow their freak flag to fly with some freeform dancing under misty lights in the new video for their latest single, "Polyfoam". The track is featured on the band's upcoming 7-inch, Environments, due out July 23 via Get Better Records. The release is inspired by a series of Irv Teibel field recordings from the 60s/70s. It's the follow-up to the group's breakout EP Liberating Guilt And Fear, which they are currently on tour in support of. Right now, Empath's next scheduled Philly performance is set for Wednesday, October 10 at the First Unitarian Church, where they'll be opening for Swearin'. (Photo by Hillary Jones)





Alt Rock

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Band name: 
Morus Alba
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.facebook.com/morusalba
Venue name: 
Alphaville
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Post Punk

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Band name: 
White Rope
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.facebook.com/WhiteRopeNYC/
Venue name: 
Alphaville
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Huh perform thoughtful and rowdy rock at Alphaville on 06.14

The most striking thing you might notice about Huh’s music is how it blends its meticulousness with its witty and relatively catchy songwriting. Many of the songs found on the Whatever You Want EP deal with being fed up with the bullshit of the world and forging whatever path they want: men sharing poetry they think is darker than anything you could understand; being with any man they want without worrying about what others think; condemning their youth if it means usurping their own privilege... The four songs, while brief, say a lot about what’s on this four-piece’s mind. But the band never becomes entirely weighed down by their own messages; the precise and mechanical drumming from Ryann Slauson pushes each song forward while Tia Vincent-Clark’s distinctly rebellious vocals punctuate every song’s message with cathartic triumph. You can catch Huh performing at Alphaville on June 14. -Tucker Pennington

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