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The Mystery Lights release new video for "Too Much Tension," new album out 05.10

Unpretentious and ridiculously tight, The Mystery Lights continue to cruise along as one of rock’n'roll's most noteworthy acts. The piercing riffs of their latest single “Too Much Tension” are cut from the same cloth as acid rock bands of the ‘60s like Count Five. The staunch drum beat that propels the song forward hypnotizes with flair and helps drive home the track’s poised vocals. The confidence that exudes from the NYC quintet is true to the bravado of the golden era of rock'n'roll and contributes to the group's allure. The track's accompanying lo-fi-styled video pays homage to their urban roots and garage rock sound. Their new album Too Much Tension! will be released on May 10. We got the music video for you below. - Rene Cobar

 
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Pink Acid Wash - Psych/Noise Rock CMW Set 05.10 at Monarch Tavern

Toronto psych band Pink Acid Wash has released a new single “Grinning”. This noise rock track has a lot going on including a deep drawling vocal over top of a thumping drum beat and dirty bassline. The droning guitar will make your head spin which makes the vocals speak directly to your brain. Pink Acid Wash play a CMW Set on Friday May 10th @ The Monarch Tavern with Brenda, World News and Red Mass. – Kris Gies

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New Track: "Cold Hands" - Broke Body

A punk-psych hybrid, "Cold Hands," the debut single from the trio of Broke Body, is out now via Good How Are You Records. Propelled by its backend and vocals that cut through by proximity, the recording creates an air of mystery. The dichotomy of free-floating yet aggressive vibes provides an intriguing perspective. "Cold Hands" will be featured on the band’s forthcoming EP Bleed.

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Bill Baird’s Trippy “Facial Disc” and Oakland May 11th show

Nothing like a gentleman in a fine silky dress and a fencing mask jamming some psychedelic beats inside what looks like a computer but also a terrifying highway ride. It’s quite a pleasant experience, really. That's Bill Baird's "Facial Disc." The rest of Baird's new LP, Owl (which just came out on Dangerbird Records) is a similarly synthed-psyched collection of pleasing weirdness and videos that link together to create a longer piece. To learn more, please see the man’s appropriately named website, www.billbillbillbillbill.com/ and go see him at the tail end of his tour! May 11th at Pro Arts. Special shout out to Oakland’s awesome Vintage Synth Museum for providing the synths that created this album. - Michelle Kicherer, Associate Editor

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New The Dove & The Wolf LP Available for Streaming & Purchase

The Dove & The Wolf just released their first full-length record, Conversations, via Tone Tree Music. Led by Paloma Gil and Louise Hayat, intertwined harmonies radiate in a soothing yet emotive manner. The delicate, crisp instrumental accompaniment perfectly complements the group's exquisite, wandering, daydream vocals. You can catch The Dove & The Wolf's record release show at Johnny Brenda's on Saturday, May 25, where they'll be supported by Shamir and Michelle Blades. (Photo by Marcus Maddox)

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