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Jangula experiment heavily in new EP Ataraxia, play Trans-Pecos 05.07

Johnny Jewel and Daniel "Baby D" Bachrach are back at it again. Known collectively as Jangula, in their latest EP Ataraxia the duo offers music that's as stirring as ever. The eight-track festival of experimentation features an incredible pace with flashes of electronic textures, loose and fast guitar solos, swelling organ melodies, and deep vocals from Jewel that rip and tear themselves with frightful ease. From the indie-folk sound of “My Jubilee Gang” to the synth-driven tune “Experimental Alchemy” the band shows an ability to dabble in genres, picking and choosing what they see fit. Jangula will be bringing their sonic experiment to Trans-Pecos in Brooklyn on May 7. - Rene Cobar

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Acquaintances "And It Went Black"

Supergroup Acquaintances recently released the first single, “And It Went Black”, from their forthcoming sophomore album, 8 1/2 Lives, which is due out May 31st via the local label File 13. This is the first new music we have had from the five member rock group since 2013.

This is the work of Jered Gummere: Guitar, Vocals (The Ponys, Bare Mutants), Patrick Morris: Bass (Don Caballero, The Poison Arrows,), Stephen Schmidt: Guitar, Vocals (Thumbnail, Chino Horde), Justin Sinkovich: Guitar, Organ, Vocals (The Poison Arrows, Atombombpocketknife, Thumbnail), and Chris Wilson: Drums (Ted Leo and the Pharmacists, Shake Ray Turbine).

You can help Acquaintances celebrate the release of their new album on June 8th at Empty Bottle with Gnarboyz.

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WaxWorks @ Moe’s Tavern (4/27)

WaxWorks released their latest EP, “Jellyfish Style”, last month along with the video below for the EP’s lead single “Magic Umbrella”.

This is the Grove and Blues-based Rock of Frank Valenzano (Vocals), JB Bartlett (Guitars), Alex Fritzel (Keyboards), Dan Gianaris (Guitars), Harrison Ashley (Bass), Julian Daniell (Drums), and Alex Santilli (Percussion).

You can catch WaxWorks at Moe’s Tavern on April 27th with Broken Robots, Silvertone, and Eye & I.

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Reptaliens at the Wonder Ballroom 05.26

Tomorrow, April 25th, Reptaliens will be playing the Wonder Ballroom with Turnover and Turnstile. Reptaliens will be releasing their album Valis the following Thursday, April 26th. The band has been incredibly busy this month, managing to release not one but two music videos. You can check out the Deli's coverage of their music video for "Shuggie II" here. This was in addition to playing shows at SXSW and Treefort. They’ve been amping up all month, so make sure you come out and see what's going down.

  -By Nick Hartman

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New Music Video: "Holy Moses" (Feat. Lesley Barth) - American Trappist

“Holy Moses” is the new single from American Trappist, and can be found on Joe Michelini's forthcoming EP Amuse-Oreille, Vol. 2. The track features NYC singer-songwriter Lesley Barth, and in the accompanying video, you find a disheveled Michelini drunkenly strolling towards the camera, sipping on some Tonewood Brewing. A breezy, humid, spring/summer-evening vibe sets the tone. However, that sense of ease is countered by the heaviness of guilt and seeking forgiveness, expressed in the lyrics. American Trappist is slated to co-headline Johnny Brenda’s on Saturday, June 29 with The Vernes and additional support from Grace Vonderkuhn.

Holy Moses (feat. Lesley Barth) from Joe Michelini

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