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Beneficials "Management"

Beneficials released the first single, “Management”, from their forthcoming debut LP, Torn Cloud. The single is accompanied by a wild video created by the band’s Cole M. Johnson and featuring art by Brennan Zweig.

This is the experimental Psych-Rock of Brennan Zwieg, Peggy Fioretti, Corey Wichlin and Cole M. Johnson.

Photo by Tina Scarpello

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Jeanines prepare new album, play Trans-Pecos on 6/12

Hearkening back to the UK twee pop sound of the mid-80's, Brooklyn's Jeanines are set to release their self-titled debut album on June 14th. Partnering with Slumberland Records makes perfect sense as that label has specialized in next generation bands emulating the C86/early Creation sound since it's inception in 1989. The wistful lyrics, vocals and guitar of Alicia Jeanine and My Teenage Stride Jed Smith's bass and drums perfectly combine to create new songs within this timeless sound. “Either Way” (streaming below) captures the melancholy charm of original era bands like Talulah Gosh, who were as influential as any of the Sarah Records pioneers. It's jangly, indie-pop that couples doubt with a sense of hope (“you have got to stay.”) Just released new single “Too Late” (streaming here) takes that a step further, with a more frantic velocity echoing its lyrical sentiment of regret. The album is now available for preorder, while the band play next on 6/12 at Trans-Pecos, and 6/22 at Alphaville for their release show. -Dave Cromwell

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Kills Birds manifest their essence on raw, primal new single "Ow"

Kills Birds wanted to bring a primal approach on their new single “Ow”—ignore any restrictions and discover their essence through pure spontaneity. Armed with vocalist Nina Ljeti’s feral delivery, the noise rock project built the skeleton of the track through unconstrained means. At first, guitarist Jacob Loeb had a simple riff and Lteji could only offer her stream of consciousness vocals. The final result shows the now-quartet's undeniable chemistry—Ljeti’s offbeat, cryptic imagery is built around Loeb’s bendy, soft-loud sonic dynamics, stringing together an aural assault that blazes through with loads of attitude.

"Ow" is featured on Kills Birds' self-titled debut LP, which is due out August 28 via KRO Records. Watch them perform at Office Party in Highland Park on June 18. Juan Rodríguez

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Advance Base Announces Summer Tour

Advance Base (aka Owen Ashworth) has released a great cover of the classic Magnetic Fields song “Either You Don’t Love Me Or I Don’t Love You”. The track is taken from his remastered Magnetic Fields cover EP, “Tomorrow’s Home Today”, wihich will be reissued via Orindal Records on September 13th. However, the album will be available in person through out the tour.

The single was released in conjunction with the announcement of Ashworth’s summer tour, which kicks off on June 21st at Hungry Brain with Claire Cronin & Moon Racer. You can find all of the tour dates here.

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WATCH: The Prescriptions release vintage-inspired video for "She Is Waiting"

Back in March, The Deli Nashville featured The Prescriptions and remarked on the imminent release of their album Hollywood Gold, a bluesy, folk-rock album of tracks with sounds channeling classic artists like Neil Young and more recent acts like Wilco. The album is out now, and along with it, The Prescriptions have released their music video for "She Is Waiting". The video has a dreamy VHS-like quality to it, giving the simple visuals of the band a vintage look that adds a pop of color and charm. The Prescriptions take off on a month-long tour with John Paul White starting in Texas on June 6th; stay tuned for their return to Nashville on June 29th. Take a look at the video for "She Is Waiting" below. - Will Sisskind

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