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New Greg Mendez Split EP Available for Streaming & Purchase

The new split EP between Greg Mendez & Nervous Dater’s Rachel Lightner recently hit the open airwaves. Mendez continues to negotiate through dreariness, in melodic personal narratives that reach for an escape in a relatable folk manner. These songs march in a semi-subdued, relieving ache, united in self-evaluating isolation. Lightner taps into a similar thread of delicate openness and evaluation.

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New Cave People EP Available for Streaming & Purchase

Cave People recently dropped its new EP Salt, which was recorded by Joe Michelini (of American Trappist) at Berlin Studios. All proceeds will go to Juntos, a Philly-based organization that is fighting for immigrant rights. A folk, bare-bones vulnerability unfolds on Dave Tomaine's latest album. An air of loneliness and regret stirs, yet there is a beauty to it all. That fragility wears into you as the music plays on.

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New Waxahatchee EP Available for Streaming & Purchase

Named after a previous project that Katie Crutchfield had started with former Swearin’ bassist Keith Spencer, Great Thunder, the new EP from Waxahatchee, is out now via Merge Records. The sparse, piano-anchored instrumentation directs the light onto the sincerity of Crutchfield’s vocals/lyrics. One is comforted by the familiar folk setting, as a thoughtful, meditative solace the whirlwind of news from the outside world. Waxahatchee is set to perform at World Café Live on Friday, September 28, as part of Philly Music Fest.

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Much 2 Much brings angelic indie-folk to Mohawk 09.12

Watch out, Austin - Much 2 Much is coming out to play. Originally born as a duo, Erin Thelen and Angie Holliday formed the band in 2015 during a trip to Asia, and has since taken Austin by storm as a four-piece. Their music is soulful and ethereal, full of evocative, intricate harmonies and fluid songwriting that hearkens to R&B, folk and jazz. The full band's musicianship is a force to be reckoned with, and they're guaranteed to move you. Don't miss Much 2 Much at Mohawk on September 12th, with support from Pauline and The Seventh Circuit. Check out a live-in-the-studio performance of "Who" below! - Ethan Ames

 

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Grizzly Coast - Poetic Alt-Folk Single "Zuzu's Petals"

If you’re expecting Grizzly Coast to be a band full of burly bearded lumberjacks then you might be surprised to find that it’s actually the musical project of Toronto based poet Alanna Kavanagh. She released a new single “Zuzu’s Petals” last month. This track is indie/folk mixed with alt-country. It’s a relaxing summer tune with catchy guitar licks carrying on behind the wonderful voice and lyrics. It’s the kind of tune you’ll want to re-listen to a few times to see if you can figure out what she is exactly talking about. Very well put together track. – Kris Gies

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