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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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DeModa and Akacia are perfectly balanced pop on "All We've Got"

It takes a smart producer to not overload his song with ideas. Maximalism is great an'all, but it can be tiresome when trying to craft elegant and poised electro-pop. Fortunately for DeModa, on “All We’ve Got” he’s found smart ways to transition from idea to idea without encumbering his dance track with unnecessary production tricks. Chirping birds and tropical percussion clear the path for Akacia’s sharp and sculpted vocals that cut through the ethereal production. Before the beat finally drops in an electronic ecstasy, the song shifts to a chilly, almost icy, mood before erupting in a hushed, yet thrilling explosion. Tunes like this deserve to be heard on every radio and dance floor before summer ends. - Tucker Pennington

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Digyphus is an ethereal, experimental gem of a project

 Whoever (or whatever) Digyphus is- I'm here for them. Digyphus is described as the digital version of Sisyphus on Bandcamp, and is apparently fronted by one D. Andersen, who wrote and played all of the instruments on the project's new record, Escapism. To give you an idea of just how diverse that body of instruments is, I'll list a few: synthesizers, glockenspiel, electric guitar, and ocarina are all present in this album. "Digital Sisyphus" starts with an plucked acoustic guitar and piano arrangement, reminiscent of the "Call Me By Your Name" soundtrack. It builds into something a bit noisier, but not intrusively so. The whole record is awash in various reverbs and almost unnameable sounds. I could hardly pull myself away. -Geena Kloeppel

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Frills share soaring new single “Drunk Girls, Drunk Boys”

Fall and the cold weather that follows are beginning to loom over the city, but don’t worry, summer isn’t over quite yet. For anyone in need of a power-up to boot and rally into the final round of warm weather, Frills has something valuable. The Brooklyn duo’s latest single “Drunk Girls, Drunk Boys” is a towering electro-pop track wearing its intentions on its sleeves. If the title doesn’t make it clear, the sing-a-long chorus and night-out verses will: this is music for letting loose and not caring. "Drunk Girls, Drunk Boys" follows a similarly excellent summer single "She's Got Love" which the group released in May with an accompanying music video– Cameron Carr

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National Sawdust's Revolution returns on 08.25 with Hadassah, Rae Isla and Madam West

Laser focused on booking the best emerging NYC artists from genres ranging from pop to soul to hip hop, The National Sawdust's monthly Revolution series returns this coming Saturday (August 25th) with its 30th installment involving three talented soulful artists.

Latinx American singer, songwriter, and producer RAE ISLA writes stylish and passionate songs about love and our connection to the divine; African-American female neo-soul singer and songwriter from Long Island, Hadassah delivers experiential stories while fusing jazz, soul, and electronica on a minimalist backdrop; NYC-based psych-soul quintet Madam West seek to find, through their songs, the sunlight that remains—even in a cold-shouldered city, during what often seems like the darkest of times.

Listen to a playlist of their songs below, and don't miss them live on Saturday at Revolution #30!

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