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New Track: "Time Floats" (King Britt Remix) - Moor Mother

Philly's own King Britt just remixed rising avant artist Moor Mother's "Time Floats," which closes out her latest critically acclaimed album Fetish Bones (Don Giovanni). It was part of an ongoing collaborative series between acts from this year's Moogfest lineup. Moor Mother explains, "'Time Floats' speaks about the environmental warfare that continues to plague historical African American and low income communities."

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10:00am
Band name: 
Pinkwash
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.facebook.com/easychemistrymusic
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pinkwash Venue
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Dizzyride celebrates release of debut album at Baby's All Right on 1/18

Few band names are more accurate than NYC's Dizzyride. The band's unique combination of dream pop, electro and soul music takes listeners on a wild ride that is bound to disorient in the best way possible. "Soundtrack," a single off of their forthcoming debut LP, feels like riding on a roller-coaster going in slow motion. The shuffled high-hats and bass drum parts seem ready to speed up, but are held tight by the expansive synth patterns and shimmering vocals. The best part comes at the end though, when sleepy saxophone riffs join the mix to form a stabilizing outro. We're definitely looking forward to their debut album, due on 1/20, whose release will be celebrated at Baby's All Right on 1/18. — Henry Solotaroff-Webber

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Karma Wears White Ties

Karma Wears White Ties is an electro pop trio that released their latest EP, Wesley, in 2016. They recently announced that their first show in 2017 will be opening for Myzica on Feb. 10th at Schubas.

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Brooklyn-based Paris Monster drops new electro-blues track "Ain't No Movin' Me"

Armed with an arsenal of synth sounds, soaring vocals, and experimental electronic vibes, Paris Monster weaves effortlessly across genres and decisive categorization. On his latest release, "Ain't No Movin' Me," the Brooklyn-based act showcases its prowess for hook writing/crafting a track that could stand without accompaniment as a blues-y, spirtual declaration, but is launched into another realm by its bed of synths and echoing choruses. An inspired take on blues-folk that's both hypnotic and engaging, Paris Monster's sound seems to edge toward what could be the new face of American roots rock. Check out his new single streaming below. - Olivia Sisinni

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