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Sally Haze "Wet Dream"

Sally Haze has released their latest EP, "Wet Dream", via The Record Machine. This is the Dream Pop of William Wright and Jessica Wright, and the follow-up to their 2019 debut EP "Dinning Room".

The EP's lead single is called "Pavilion" and is accompanied by the video below.

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NNAMDÏ "Kiss Me (Cover) Ft. Lala Lala"

NNAMDÏ has released a cover of the Sixpence None The Richer classic "Kiss Me". The recording features Lala Lala on vocals and a beautiful violin solo from Macie Stewart.

All proceeds from the sale of the single are going to the Illinois Prison Project.

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Miranda Winters "All-Purpose"

Miranda Winters of Melkbelly has released a new solo 7" via Brooklyn's Exploding In Sound called "All-Purpose". This is the first solo release from Winters since her debut album, Xobeci, What Grows Here?, back in 2018.

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Cold Gawd "Get Some Rest"

Cold Gawd has released the latest single, "Get Some Rest", from their forthcoming album, The Creative Pursuits of Me and You, which is due out on October 30th.

This is the Emogaze of Matt Wainwright who was formerly in a California based duo called Kid Teeth. He recently relocated to Chicago and has gone solo as Cold Gawd.


Live Radio Broadcast Event This Sunday at Pine Box Rock Shop in Bushwick!

 Live Music events are few and far between these days, but a live radio broadcast will be going down this Sunday in Bushwick at Pine Box Rock Shop as part of the" Wall Of Lies" art instillation.

The "Wall Of Lies" is a 50 by 10 foot outdoor mural displaying 20,000 lies told by Donald Trump during his tenure in office and verified by The Washington Post. The socially distanced exhibit will also include a voter registration drive and feature a live radio broadcast from Radio Free Brooklyn from 3-6 PM. The live broadcast will feature lies themed music and Radio Free Brooklyn hosts reading some of the lies. Members of the public will also be invited to participate. The "Wall Of Lies" was originally conceived as a marathon on-air reading by members of the Radio Free Brooklyn community but the pandemic presented problems for seeing the project come to fruition in that way. Station co-founder Tom Tenney was approached by Bushwick-based photographer Phil Buehler about reviving the project as a visual art installation. And so the "Wall Of Lies" was born.

The "Wall Of Lies" will be visible on Saturday, October 3 and Sunday October 4 from noon until 7PM.  Socially distancing guidelines will be enforced and masks will be required. 

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