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New Track: "Mouse Drum" - Left & Right

Below is the latest single from Virginia transplants Left & Right called "Mouse Drum". The mellow rocker can be found on their forthcoming album The Yips, due out September 16 via WarHen Records.The band will also be heading out on tour towards the beginning of next month in support of the new record, and will be making a stop at home on its release date at Everybody Hits with FriendshipHorsecops, and Sneeze.

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Low Hum says goodbye to the summer with "Sunburns"

If you're one of those who believes that the summer is simply a state of mind, then look no further than Low Hum. The solo project of Collin Desha, who was a member of notable local act Vanaprasta/Sun Drug, Low Hum adopts vintage-sounding synths to an otherwise low-slung groove that turns more and more anthemic as it rolls along. This feeling is captured perfectly on his first single "Sunburns", a fitting ode to his love for the ocean that seems to exist in a perpetual reverie.

"Sunburns" is out now on all digital formats via Hit City U.S.A. - Juan Rodríguez

 

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Joy Riding Opening for Hockey Dad at Boot & Saddle Aug. 30

Philly quartet Joy Riding is made up of music vets from such indie acts as  Makeout Party, DecathleteIt's a King Thing, and Up Up Down Down Left Right Left Right B A Start, and you can hear it in the band's songwriting. Crafting unbelievably catchy powerpop tunes, it's hard to imagine the next album that they are currently working on won't get picked up by a label. Tonight will be one of their rare appearances outside the the studio this summer. Joseph Ryan (vocals, guitar, keys), Scott Rumble (drums), John Masino (guitar), and Kerry Mahoney (bass) will be at Boot & Saddle opening for Aussie surf-pop duo Hockey Dad and Athens/Atlanta rockers Muuy Bien. Sounds like a good reason to be out on a Tuesday night in South Philly! Boot & Saddle, 1131 S. Broad St., 8pm, $12, 21+ - H.M. Kauffman

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Camp Howard plays Strange Matter on 9.01

Richmond’s Camp Howard was formed through Virginia Commonwealth University’s art community in 2014, and released their debut self-titled album in March of 2016. Their breezy rock ‘n’ roll pairs frontman Nic Perea’s laid back vocals over melodic, distorted guitars and sluggish drums. While the album draws heavily on relaxed vibes of indie rock acts like Mac Demarco, it features darker, grungier moments that take influence from acts such as Alice in Chains. The record’s lead single “Veins” creates a dreamy atmosphere driven by its fuzzed out guitars and washed out vocals. The haziness from these moodier tracks is carried over onto tracks like “You’ve Been Misled” and “Anybody”, which have a more upbeat tone. Camp Howard will be playing Strange Matter on September 1st! - John Honan

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Elementals - Hittin' Up The Shoe!

Comin' from a small town just outside the Nation's Capital...Elementals are a grunge rock trio with some serious skills. Last year they released their debut album "I'm Not Here, I'm Not Real" and I must say it's one of the best indie releases I've heard in a long time. These 3 rock hard with well put together tunes and lots of emotion. There are some obvious grunge influences in their music but they are able to give it their own style with the way the tunes are performed and arranged. "Debase" is an absolute classic. It brings in the classic loud/soft dynamics of 90's rock but adds a 3rd layer for the chorus and it changes the game completely. These fellas will be playing in Toronto for the first time ever on Friday September 2nd at the Horseshoe Tavern. - Kris Gies

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