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04.03: LA newcomer Moon Darling to self-release new record "In The Wildwood"

These are uncertain times, and when one has little else to do but stare at their four walls and hope for a better tomorrow, there needs to be some ethereal jams to cut through the thick silence. Fortunately, Moon Darling have come to Los Angeles by way of Seattle with their new record In The Wildwood, which drops on April 3rd.. Dreamy and angular, the songs feature the soaring vocals and guitar mastery of Michael Julian Escobar, who channels Led Zeppelin and Ozzy. The track "Which Way To Go" -- a reworked song from years past -- presents what In The Wildwood has to offer; driving psych rock with hints of disco and rock 'n roll. You'll sway, you'll dance, but overall, while listening to In The Wildwood, you sure won't be bored. Take a listen to "Which Way To Go" now. - Will Sisskind

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Stuck "Change Is Bad"

Post Punk group Stuck has released the first two singles, "Invisible Wall" and "Bells", from their forthcoming album, Change Is Bad. The album is due out on April 3rd via the local label Born Yesterday despite the band's record release tour being postponed.

This is the work of David Algrim, Tim Green, Greg Obis, and Donny Walsh.

Stuck was scheduled to celebrate the release of Change is Bad on April 3rd at The Hideout, but that show has been postponed.

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niecesandnephews recalls the experience sweet and sad on “Come By"

Lush electronics, memories which have just started to fade, and an abiding, comforting acoustic guitar bolster “Come By,” the latest single by niecesandnephews, but the song finds its greatest strength in the human voice. Composer-producer-songwriter Mario Gutierrez’s baritone register, in collaboration with Sara Sommerer, provides narration of events both past and present, unfurling a tale of lost love among a sea of bright instrumentation, almost as if he’s telling a long, sad story of indeterminate ending. Better yet, his choice pairing of folk textures with synthetic accents presents receding recollections of the past in appropriately hazy fashion — Gutierrez said the track itself details how, in recalling bygone romance, that “the vision is generally unclear, but we wish to just have that moment to show we can bring, but that time doesn’t come.” As such, it’s recommended listening for your next nostalgia trip, or for fans of Bon Iver circa 22, A Million era — stream it below.

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Pet Symmetry "S​.​S. Decompressed"

Pet Symmetry announced this week that their April tour of Japan has been cancelled and they are hoping to reschedule in 2021. The trio has a new record ready for release, but is holding off on announcing a date as well.

The trio, Erik Czaja, Marcus Nuccio, Evan Weiss, did release a new single this week called "S.S. Decompressed". The proceeds from sales through April 1st will go to the World Health Organization Relief Fund.

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The Darling Suns "Better Off"

The latest EP, Better Off, from The Darling Suns is out today, March 27th. Late last year we shared the album's lead single "Afterglow", and below is a video of sorts for the song.

The Darling Suns is currently scheduled to perform at Beat Kitchen on April 22nd with Gramps the Vamps, Vision in The Rhythm, and Thomas and the Work Men.

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