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Luggage “Shift"

Luggage has released visuals for the first single and title track, “Shift”, from their forthcoming album.

Luggage was formed back in 2014 by bassist Michael John Grant and drummer Luca Cimarusti, of Basic Cable at the time, along with Michael Vallera.

Shift will be released November 22nd via Corpse Flower Records and is available for pre-order here.

You can catch Luggage DJing at Empty Bottle on October 6th with Martin Bisi, Mako Sica, and Billington/Shippy/Wyche.

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Crown Larks Last Show… Until Mid 2020

Crown Larks recently announced that their upcoming show at Sleeping Village on September 23rd will be their last of 2019. The band will be sharing the stage that night with Over Ow and Desert Liminal, and promise to make this an amazing night. I am sure that it being $1 beer night at Sleeping Village will help.

The last new music with have received from the band is 2017’s sophomore LP, Population. The band plans to take the next 8 months or so to hide away in the studio and work on their next album.

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Sci-Fi Sleep Cycles “You, Tomorrow”

Sci-Fi Sleep Cycles have released a new EP called “You, Tomorrow”. This is the trio’s second release of 2019, following up their full-length cassette, Waning Days of Babylon, which was released back in April via Joyless Youth.

This is the Emo Rock of Jack Curtin (Guitar/Vocals), Connor Lane (Bass), and Tim Stotz (Drums).

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Indie Rock

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Band name: 
The Big Easy
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.facebook.com/thebigeasybk
Venue name: 
Hart Bar
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Water From Your Eyes “Bad In The Sun” is a wild, dynamic ride, play Baby’s 9.19

“Bad In The Sun,” the newest offering by New York-based post-punk duo Water From Your Eyes, is a beautiful slow burn. Luring the listener into a false sense of trance-induced security through repetitive vocal samples and breakbeat 808s, the track eventually congeals into a harmonious vamp, wherein the chaos of their varied synth pop and new wave influences are slowly drawn back to reveal vocalist Rachel Brown’s mellifluous vocal performance and percussive, melodic guitar work. Clocking in at six minutes, it’s a wild ride that takes the listener through various musical themes incorporating IDM, folktronica, and indie rock, and demonstrates a bold vision for the group’s forthcoming LP Somebody Else’s Song. Stream it below, and catch Water From Your Eyes at Baby’s All Right on September 19th. -Connor Beckett McInerney

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