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Roots rocker Sarah Potenza plays upcoming album at The 5 Spot on 01.15

Maybe you know Sarah Potenza's name from Season 8 of NBC's The Voice, where she wowed Blake Shelton with her bold vocals. Maybe you've seen her around the Nashville scene, showing off her brassy songwriting skills on stage. Whatever the case may be, you should take note: She's coming back with a brand-new album called Road to Rome, which drops on March 8th, this year's International Women's Day. The album -- produced at the studio of Jordan Brooke Hamlin (known for her work with the Indigo Girls) -- takes inspiration from and pays homage to powerful female figures in music legend, such as Whitney Houston, Lauryn Hill, and Bette Midler. It's an album for all artists, but particularly for those who identify as women, and it comes on a day for celebrating their achievements as loud and as raucously as possible. 

If you want to hear tracks from Road to Rome before the album's release, Potenza will perform the new record cover-to-cover -- along with some old tracks -- at The 5 Spot on January 15th. And if you want to refamiliarize yourself with her music now, check out her music video for her 2016 single "Monster" below. - Will Sisskind

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Great Deceivers album release at Empty Bottle (1/19)

Great Deceivers have released the first single, “Checked Out Forever”, from their forthcoming LP, In Spirit. This is the band’s follow-up to 2017’s Some, and it will be officially released on January 19th.

This is the throwback Indie Rock sounds of Seth Engel (Drums), Russell Harrison (Vocals/Guitar), Ben Rudolph (Bass/Vocals), and Max Green (Guitar/Vocals).

You can help Great Deceivers celebrate the release on January 19th at Empty Bottle with Floatie, Spritis Having Fun, and Grandkids.

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New Track: "Ditches" - Grisette

Grisette just released a yearning, bluesy debut single, called “Ditches.” It was recorded and mixed by Jake Detwiler at Sleepless Sound Studios. With twilight on the horizon and the gentle, strumming pattern guiding you along the way, there’s a pleasant ache in the atmosphere. Then, that fervor ignites in a ripping, instrumental release, before returning to form and winding down.

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Irrevery seamlessly blend country and noise on "Just Like Me"

As far as genre descriptors are concerned, ‘country’ is one that has the most divisive effect on city-dwelling purveyors of alternative music, one that causes most folks to do an about face and run for the safety of less homespun tunes. Brooklyn band / art collective Irrevery, however, do not care for your classist associations with the genre and channel a distinctly rural energy into their self described ‘country punk noise.’ Lead track “Just Like Me” from their most recent full-length Irrevery Volume I is strengthened most by lead singer Paige Johnson-Brown’s lyrics and vocal delivery, rife with imagery of dogs on ropes, flowers in bouquets, and fists full of mud, drawled against a backdrop of discordant punk noise and heavy slide guitars. While such a pairing of seemingly unrelated genres may appear as odd bedfellows, Irrevery shows that the two have more in common than you think, uniting them in an emotionally raw, honest tour de force that encapsulates the most visceral elements of both. Watch the video for "Just Like Me" below and see for yourself - Connor Beckett McInerney (@b_ck_tt)

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Yacht Punk dig deep into their musical soul on "New Wave Denier"

Yacht Punk search for a meaningful connection on "New Wave Denier." On their exultant new single, the indie rock quartet reflect on what it means to be out of touch with your peers, when your soul yearns for musical ideas that don't fall into what's currently in the zeitgeist. But instead of accepting that it's just a sign of the times, an irrevocable change, they channel that lament and turn it into a fiery protest that converts the muscular post-punk of War-era U2 with the optimistic energy of today's trendy, mainstream rock radio. 

"New Wave Denier" is out now on all streaming services. Listen to it below. Juan Rodríguez

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