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Electronic

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Gender Work
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Connie's Ric Rac
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Electronic

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Gender Work
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No Face Studios
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Birch’s new track is a stirring ode to feminism

Building off a repeated chant of “they want you” Birch creates a stirring ode to the feminist movement on new track “femme.two.” The single takes inspiration from the 2017 Women’s Marches and lays out a view of the current struggle for continued rights that’s both honest and inspiring. The music flows darkly, mirroring the tiresome work of feminism today rather than preaching plain optimism. On top stuttering backing beats the chords progress from minor to major as Birch’s Michelle Birsky sings with reverence. “I don’t wanna wait for the tide to change / listen to my voice and you’ll feel the same.” Musically, it’s fairly minimal and almost dreary at times but that only serves to give more power to Birsky’s voice and lyrics. – Cameron Carr

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Brooklyn Wildlife Summer Festival Takes over Bushwick this weekend!

Hot off the heels of AfroPunk Festival, capitalizing on the sweltering final days of summer, the 6th annual 10-day long Brooklyn Wildlife Summer Festival brings together over 150 performers at 15 events.  If you’ve experienced it before, expect the same eclectic circus of music and mayhem featuring all musical genres (and non-genres!) as well as anything from cabaret to fashion.  It’s as raw as you’re going to find, representing one of the most vibrant and cutting-edge scenes on the planet.  It’s not sponsored by any corporations, and the 10-day pass costs about what you’d pay for a lunch for two in Manhattan.  Here’s a Soundcloud playlist of some of the local artists playing the fest. Don’t sleep. Discount tickets are available here.

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Fire-Toolz @ Hideout (8/30)

Back in June we shared the details of the new album from Fire-Toolz, Skinless X-1, and now it has arrived. The album was released be Haus Mountain on August 24th and can be purchased in a variety of formats here.

Fire-Toolz is the work of Angel Marcloid and this new album is an amazing journey through ambient, electronic, experimental, music.

You can help Angel celebrate the new album on August 30th at The Hideout with Tiger Village (Ohio) and Lord Mute.

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