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Adjacent Cruise

The Husband and Wife duo of Shannon and Yuen Yee Richardson (aka Adjacent Cruise) have released the first two singles, “Better Weather” and “Woolves”, from their forthcoming debut album, "Light as a Feather, Heavy like the Sun”.

You can help Adjacent Cruise celebrate the release of their album on September 20th at Martyrs with Ezra Bell and Public Porch Disco.


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The Lilacs “Monica” Video

Veteran PowerPop Quartet The Lilacs have released a video for the lead single, “Monica”, from their first EP in more than 25 years, The Lilacs Endure. The EP was released last week via Pravda Records.

You can help The Lilacs celebrate the release of their EP on October 19th at Phyllis’ Musical Inn.

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Twin Peaks “Ferry Song”

Twin Peaks has released a second single, “Ferry Song”, from their forthcoming album, Lookout Low, which is set to be released on September 13th via Grand Jury.

The band will be touring in support of the album the Fall, and you can catch them at The Riv on November 29th with The Nude Party and Ohmme.

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New Crooked Spine EP Available for Streaming & Download

Crooked Spine recently dropped its new tape End of Days, which is "about a UFO cult." A mysterious urgency holds one in a suspenseful state. However, amid the torrent of instrumentation, a first-person narration offers a kind of levity against the sonic surge. With the recent departure of bassist Garrett Bolin, the next incarnation of the band plans to touch down this fall.

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Old Cob builds mystery on single "Wasted"

“Wasted,” the sole release by “secret music project” Old Cob, expands the mythos of the anonymous Brooklyn performer through eclectic instrumentation and impressionistic lyrics. Interspersed between a recurring Dixieland banjo loop, shuffling percussion, and warped synthetic hits, Old Cob croons non-sequiturs that evoke feelings of repetition and tropes Americana. “Once upon a time, I would stand in line for the magic show,” Old Cob declares, before the chorus begs the question: “what am I doing here? I should be somewhere else making a living.” Deeply esoteric and impossibly intriguing, your guess is as good as mine as to what Old Cob’s intentions are—my working theory is that they are an early 20th century time traveler who’s unexpectedly landed in present-day New York, but I’m open to suggestion. Until we have more answers, stream “Wasted” below. -Connor Beckett McInerney

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