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Arlo Indigo's blue pop goes Bowie on new "Heroes" cover

It was 1977 when David Bowie, drawing inspiration from the sight of his producer embracing his lover by the Berlin Wall, released “Heroes,” ostensibly one of his best singles (and probably one of the greatest rock tracks of all time). While the politics of the period undoubtedly underscore the song’s lyrics, the track’s core theme is distance, the varying uncontrollable factors that keep us from the people we long most to see. Though this is may be an ahistorical reading of Ziggy Stardust’s intentions, it’s hard not to listen to Brooklyn multi-instrumentalist Jeremiah Brunnhoetzl’s (d.b.a. Arlo Indigo) cover without considering the context of our contemporary malaise-ridden daydream — in the age of social distancing, it’s likely many of us find ourselves fantasizing about how things would be, how great things could be, if the odds could be overcome, albeit briefly. Thankfully, Brunnhoetzl’s “blue pop” instrumentation, his pulsing synth-driven, 80s-tinged approach to Bowie’s work, masterfully captures the original’s dispirited energy with a contemporary spin. Give it a listen below.

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Panic Priest "Nighthunter"

Panic Priest has released the first single, "Nighthunter", from his forthcoming album, Second Seduction. These are the Dark Wave sounds of Jack Armondo (of My Gold Mask) and this is the first new music from him since his 2018 self-titled solo debut.

Panic Priest is currently scheduled to perform at Sleeping Village on May 1st with Wingtips and None of Your Concern.

Photo by David Gall

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Sci-Fi Sleep Cycles "Does It Show on Their Face"

Post Punk trio Sci-fi Sleep Cycles has released a new single called "Does It Show on Their Face". Last year saw the group release two albums, You, Tomorrow (Sep 2019) and Waning Days of Babylon (Apr 2019), and with this single they are starting 2020 strong.

This is the work of Jack Curtin, Tim Stotz, and Jonah Murray.

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Camp Edwards "Fine."

Camp Edwards recently released their latest single "Fine.". This is the band's second single since the released of their debut EP, "Beloit", back in November. This is single is accompanied by the video, directed by Tony Sherifi, below.

Taking their name from one of our favorite places in the world, this band is absolutely one to watch in 2020!

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Brass Calf "Crush"

Brass Calf has released a new single called "Crush". This is the first new music from the Dream Pop quartet since the release of their debut EP, "Delphi", last August.

This is the work of Weston Engelstad (Guitar, Vocals), Nick Lovelace (Guitar), Alex Lovelace (Drums), and Scott Myers (Bass).

Brass Calf is currently schedule to perform at Cole's Bar on April 18th with Little Yellow Dog and Pludo.

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