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MILLY share hypnotic new single "Crazy Horse," play Teragram Ballroom on 11/6

Before moving to Los Angeles, multi-instrumentalist Brendan Dyer had begun to take a homespun approach to the music that spoke to him from his hometown of Bristol, Connecticut. Dyer's new single under his new project with his live band MILLY, "Crazy Horse," solidifies his experimental urges while deepening his songwriting focus. The track's slow, reverb-drenched rhythm befits his increasing lethargy, the direct aftermath of disappointment, finding some solace in the gleaming chord arrangements he plays—before he builds it up into a fuzzed-out, searing conclusion. It sounds simple in construction, but there's a lot of details Dyer tucks in within its steady, programmed drum beat, whether it's subtle touches of the piano or wistful bursts of slide guitar.

With two official singles under their belts, MILLY is joining seminal shoegazers Swervedriver on their entire tour in October and November—including a stop at Teragram Ballroom on November 6. Juan Rodríguez

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Blacker Face "My Life Matters"

Blacker Face has released a third single, “My Life Matters”, from their forthcoming Sooper Records debut, Distinctive Juju.

The new single is accompanied by an impressive Harley Foos directed video which can be viewed below.

You can help Blacker Face celebrate the release of their new album on October 18th at The Hideout.

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bellhoss
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Otis McDonald's People Music

Who do we have here? Funky soul fellow Otis McDonald (moniker of Joe Bagale) is kind of rockin’ our world. He’s got a new album coming out, People Music, that we’ve got our hands on and we are dazzled. The strength in his vocals is enough to make you shed a happy tear. McDoland’s moniker is an homage to both Shuggie Otis and Michael McDonald. He says, “Even though I am a modern artist, I always pay reverence to all of the greatest artists that have come before me. Call it tangibly rooted in nostalgia while pushing forward. I want to make popular music something that is meaningful again." We’re sharing this cover of “A Day in the Life” because it’s not what we were expecting at all, and that basically sums up our entire listening experience to this fellow. We’d like to think that he’s making our dear Prince proud; there’s D’Angelo vibes, and modern-meets-old school funky jazzy moments with fascinating, solid compositions. McDonald is having a record listening party at Bar Shiru tomorrow night for the release of his vinyl (which goes out nationally this November) and we've gotta say that there is no better place to listen to anything vinyl than at Shiru. Production nerds know what I'm talking about. - Michelle Kicherer, Associate Editor

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Glutenhead - Debut Experimental Folk Album "Glugen Frau"

Brand new experimental folk rock group Glutenhead released their debut album “Glugen Frau” last month. The band explains the history of the album title:

“The phrase Glugen Frau first came up in my life innocuously, when I was eighteen and in Berlin. In a moment of manic while ordering at a restaurant, realizing I didn’t know any german, I asked for the food to be “Glugen Frau.” 5 years later, it was time to look up what it meant.”

The rough translation is "Glimmering Woman” You can expect it all on this album as you can tell from the track “how it feels” which contains a variety of influences. Give ‘er a spin and see what you can gather from Glutenhead. – Kris Gies

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