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New Purling Hiss Album Available for Streaming

Purling Hiss is back with its most impressive album release in years. High Bias officially drops on October 14 via Drag City, but you can now stream the record in its entirety below via NPR Music's First Listen. The power trio will also be tearing things up in Philly at Johnny Brenda's on Sunday, October 30, along with Honey Radar and DC's Hothead. (Photo by Colin McLaughlin)

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Hard Dads Want to Know 'Are You Ready'

Garage-punks Hard Dads recently shared their new album Are You Ready. The Baltimore tranplants recorded their latest release in Austin at Sweetheart Studios. You can stream and purchase the follow-up to Bedtime Stories Vol. 2 below.

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Baltimore's Multicult delivers chaotic noise rock to the Windup Space 10/28

With driving, meaty licks and visceral vocal performances, Baltimore-based Multicult is all you could ever want out of your local noise rock band. Their latest release, Position Remote, is sludgey and wild, but surprisingly still lays down serious thrash-y grooves that are easy to get lost in. Stream Multicult below, and be sure to check them out at the Windup Space 10/28 with Puerto Rico Flowers and the Holy Circle.-Olivia Sisinni

 

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Premiere: Crushed Out's latest music video "Out of the Blue"

NYC-based husband/wife team, Crushed Out, is back at it again, and The Deli is thrilled to premiere the duo's newest music video, "Out of the Blue." The video spotlights the band's super fun, assuredly trippy aesthetic, and the tune alternates heavy, bluesy riffs with the group's signature surf rock hooks--making "Out of the Blue" feel ambiguous in decade, but instantly infectious. Check out the premiere of "Out of the Blue" below, and if you're hungry for more, listen to Crush Out's soundcloud here.-Olivia Sisinni

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Horrible

Horrible will be releasing their debut EP, But Is It Even Music, Really?, on October 13th. Horrible plays a gritty band of punk-tinge garage rock.

You can help the band celebrate the release on October 13th at Liar's Club with The Stay-Alives, Overclocked, and Doghouse Swine.

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