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No Vacation celebrates release of dreamy EP at Trans-Pecos 12.09

No Vacation appeared seemingly out of nowhere with viral success in the lo-fi community. And then the band disappeared. After some buzz, signing with Topshelf Records, and moving from San Francisco to Brooklyn group has finally returned with a new lineup and EP. Intermission refines the beachy indie rock of the band’s early releases into a hazy and cohesive dream pop statement, matching oozy synths and echoing guitars with sticky melodies and peppy drum beats. No Vacation will celebrate Intermission’s release with a debut New York show on December 9th at Trans-Pecos. – Cameron Carr

 





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Curzio_A Band
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New Track: "Shrink House" - The Insides

From its start with a nightmarish recollection, “Shrink House,” the new single from indie-rock trio The Insides, grabs one’s attention. There’s a resigned-to-fate strategy at work and an even-keeled disposition, steeping in sorrow. But that changes, and a heavier instrumental foothold flashes towards the finish line. Flipping the switch away from passivity, a new beginning emerges as the flame of the past burns out.

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Tiny Fireflies "Nothing"

Tiny Fireflies has released a new 7” single called “Nothing”. This is the band’s first release since their 2015 debut album “The Space Between”.

You can catch Tiny Fireflies at Subterranean with Small Tines, and Slow Haste on December 10th.

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VCR are back for another season!

Not even two hours outside of Portland, Eugene is mainly known as a hippie haven or, on a more scholarly note, a college town. As with many college towns around there isn't a lot that's lively or thriving about them outside of academia, but Eugene's a little different. They have the makings of a, albeit small, music scene, and at the forefront of it is one of the most enjoyable fuzzy garage rocks of late. They're a little trio called VCR.

VCR debuted with Season One! last year. Doing what "pilots" are supposed to do, Season One! was the band's introduction, developing each member and their instrumentation like characters in a show. With their latest release Season 2, these elements are further evolved, making for a more developed sound overall.

Season 2 starts with the mid paced lovey-ish ditty "A Walk to Remember" establishes the carefree air of the album, though following track "Next Day" blasts a beginning that jolts the system. Later in the album "Season of the Ball" trickles in as somewhat of a ballad, while "Halloween" is one of the most lively and memberable on the record. 

As a sophomore effort, Season 2 attests to VCR's (hopeful) residency in the Pacific Northwest scene.

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