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Freakout Standouts: Moon Darling

 *photo by Jake Hanson

In all of their experimental, riff-pop glory, Moon Darling recall simpler psychedelic sensibilities, combined with some pretty endearing and crafted synth pop. The foursome is comprised of Michael Julian Escobar on vox/guitar, Michelle Nuño on drums, Matthew Buckner on keys and Jack Jay on bass, and their joint forces create soundscapes that are both classic and innovative.

Though they only played one slot at Freakout Fest, an early evening set at the Conor Byrne, the band have been up to so much more recently. Shortly before the played the fest Moon Darling debuted a new track. "By the Light of the Moon" is coming off of their upcoming January EP of the same name, a followup to their addictive Dreams

On "By the Light of the Moon" there's a point in which each member shines, be it Escobar's incredible fingerwork or gripping approach to vocals, the stark and necessary breaks of Nuño's drumming, or the enigmatic keyboarding of Buckner and Jack Jay's deliberate bass playing. The title track provides perfect insight into the rest of the EP, and they're having a release show for it on 1.25 at the Fred Wildlife Refuge with Kingdom of the Holy Sun and DJ Right Ternes, so mark your calendars.

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Abbi Press dances with herself and lemons in new video "Butterfly Effect"

Abbi Press has released a stunning video for her song "Butterfly Effect," a danceable indie-electronic tune chock-full of whimsical synth textures and accentuated by lightly, sparse percussive elements. The video, gorgeously colored and filmed almost entirely in slow-motion is dreamlike and mysterious. The integral recurring motif of the lemon is both striking and haunting- though I can't decide which feeling leaves more of an impact. One thing's for sure: this video is seriously cool, and a real treat to watch. -Geena Kloeppel

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George Clanton plays Brooklyn Bazaar with Negative Gemini on 11.18 to celebrate new LP

Vaporwave artist George Clanton is performing at Brooklyn Bazaar on November 18 to celebrate the release of his latest LP, "200% Electronica," under his ESPRIT moniker. The album will be released on November 17 and comes packaged as a double LP with a re-release of Clanton's "100% Electronica."

Released in 2016, "100% Electronica" was a stark and forceful album that defined the vaporwave genre at its highest form of expression. Cuts like "Bleed," "Make You Cry," and "Warmspot" were synth-laden, emotionally haunting epics. Clanton will be joined at Brooklyn Bazaar by Negative Gemini. -juan leon

 

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Fusilier, Shenna and Lohai play at National Sawdust's Revolution #21 on 11.18

National Sawdust's monthly appointment with great local acts operating outside the "indie rock realm" returns on Saturday November 18 with the live performance of three very interesting artists, united by an original but entirely different approach to soul music: Fusilier, Shenna and Lohai. More info here.

We created a YouTube playlist of their recent videos, check it out!





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20:00
Band name: 
Aria Rostami
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.facebook.com/ariarostamimusic/
Venue name: 
Trans-Pecos
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