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Human BBQ XXXVIII at Pilam April 9

Get up, and grub down for the 38th annual Human BBQ at Pilam. The all-day affair showcases a roll call of talented bands (17 in all); the majority of which are sprung from local soil. Among those are the psych-pop of Grubby Little Hands, whose new album Garden Party is set for release on April 29 via Lefse Records. The coasting, casual wave of Blue Smiley amplifies in intensity, pushing its loose air into a turbulent state. The melting point of electro-hip hop and ambient noise with Moor Mother Goddess brings a broad spectrum of sound together. Emotively sprinkled, reserved and then raucous sounds Bone Bats and the somber, twisted, rockin' melodies of Cold Foamers juxtapose the 0 to 100 grind thrash of +HIRS+. The subtle, lilting, experimental textures of Japanese Breakfast help to round out this festive day into form. Pilam, (Please contact one of the acts or venue for more info.), 12pm, $15, All Ages - Michael Colavita

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Nick Henderson

Nick Henderson recently released his debut album Black or White. Henderson blends classic R&B with updated electro/synth-pop to create a dancefloor ready sound. Below is the video for the album lead single "Forever".

You can catch Nick Henderson at House of Blues on April 21st.

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My Gold Mask "Connect"

My Gold Mask have released a video for their track "Connect". The song comes from their recently album, Anxious Utopia, and was directed by Peter Rosenbaum.

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New Track: "Inkwell" - Howlish

Howlish slithers into your earhole with its new single "Inkwell". A sinister guitar provides forshadowing before achy vocals reveal the mystery. What will be the reveal?

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Ticket Giveaway: Humans, Blood Sound & Risky Disko at Underground Arts Tomorrow

There is a serious dance party a brewing this Thursday, April 7 at Underground Arts with Vancouver electro-pop duo and JUNO Awards nominee Humans (who will be performing at Coachella this year), Philly dark/new-wavers Blood Sound, and Risky Disko! To enter for a chance to win a pair of tix, just send an email to thedelimagazinephiladelphia@gmail.com with the subject line "Wuder Wuder!" Please also include your cell number in the body of the message (in case of an emergency). Good luck!

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