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Folk/Country





Folk/Country

Time: 
21:30
Band name: 
The California Sons
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.facebook.com/TheCaliforniaSons/
Venue name: 
The Riptide
Band email: 
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Alt Funk

Time: 
18:00
Band name: 
The Misters
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.facebook.com/musicbythemisters/
Venue name: 
Zone One @ Elsewhere
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New Track: "Center City Blues" - Kelsey Cork and the Swigs

Kelsey Cork and the Swigs just released their debut single, “Center City Blues,” via Good How Are You Records. The song gradually revs up on a blues-rock path, while contextually delving into the hierarchal power structure and where we, as individuals, all fall or fit in. Hopefully the recent election results will mark a step toward improvement, and as the song suggest, no matter what your standing is, it's important to truly enjoy yourself. You can get down with Kelsey Cork and the Swigs this Friday, November 16 at The Bottom, with Slomo Sapiens and Trash Boy. (Photo by Alyssa Resh)

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Jacque Jordan releases new Americana EP "The L.J."

There's a smoky and carefree nature to Jacque Jordan's brand of folk indie; her newest EP The L.J. contains five tracks that Jordan has honed over the last several months to best show her style. As an Atlanta native who calls Nashville home, Jordan embodies the warmth of a Southern autumn night and the passion of a songwriter searching for the right words to paint a picture of her present moment. All of the songs on The L.J. contain field noise, which gives the impression that they were recorded live; that gives these polished songs the rough edge that makes Jordan's latest EP interesting. The album is available on Spotify; watch her live performance of the track "Wild Oats" below. - Will Sisskind

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Pearla seeks absolution on "Forgive Yourself," plays Zone One 11.28

“Can you forgive yourself for turning your back in fear? Do you understand your friends when they decide to stay at home?”

These are some of the questions Brooklyn singer-songwriter Pearla asks on her recent single, “Forgive Yourself,” a track filled with inquiries that are so disconcerting and difficult to answer that it’s hard to tell if they are experiments in self-examination or merely rhetorical. Regardless, there’s a remarkable amount of introspection evoked over the course of “Forgive Yourself’s” three sparse minutes, all building to an explosive end of featherweight vocal harmonies and thunderous electronic noise. Pearla’s sound is mellifluous and engrossing, but her music resonates so strongly from the sense of unease in what she asks of us as listeners - to take a good hard look at our lives, and ask for forgiveness. It’s a task easier sung than done.

Pearla will play Zone One at Elsewhere on November 28th, supporting Ritual Talk and Stello. Ahead of the show, stream her newest release Forgive Yourself, Pumpkin below. -Connor Beckett McInerney (@b_ck_tt) Photo by Josh Katz

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