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Dead Tooth unveil dynamic single "Spirit" + play Secret Project Robot 09.17

Once they find that balance of instrumentation, that catchy groove and winsome hook, most bands find ways to build up to those moments, not evolve them. But Dead Tooth’s latest single “Spirit” from their Still Beats EP, masters the transition from a slowburn balance of guitar licks, whispered vocals, and psychedelic bass, to increasingly tense drums with a distinct giddyup, frantic vocals and fuzzy wall of guitars. The track is reminiscent of My Morning Jacket, featuring a trippy, southern-rock jam with whispery vocals that solidify as the song continues to grow into a vibe all its own. And at its apex, the explosiveness returns to the simple melody that kicked everything off, a shift marking just how natural this band can craft dynamics in their music. Dead Tooth are set to perform September 17 at Secret Project Robot, and you can stream “Spirit” below. – Tucker Pennington

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Avant-Indie

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Band name: 
The Helicopter Scuba Divers
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.facebook.com/thehelicopterscubadivers/
Venue name: 
Baby's All Right
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Psych Rock

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Band name: 
The Muckers
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.facebook.com/themuckerss/
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Baby's All Right
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New Track: "Yeah, You’re Running Out of Time" - G. Mervine

West Philadelphia Orchestra member/founder Gregg Mervine has branched out, releasing a collection of songs, titled Rise/Away, as G. Mervine. Percussion jumpstarts “Yeah, You’re Running Out of Time,” springing into an electro-folk hybrid. The breezy, optimistic setting is contrasted by the limited time construct of lyrics. Then, about halfway through, Yoomi Kwon's cello and Amy Zakar's violin venture into an expanse, aided by the bump of bass, creating a pleasant, layered effect.

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Ritual Talk releases single "Something To Look Forward To"

Psych-rock outlet Ritual Talk have a new single coming out on September 7th called "Something To Look Forward To". We've highlighted the group before for their layered harmonies and lush soundscapes; "Something To Look Forward To" brings those in full force, backed by the power of Alex DeSimine's voice and his and Dylan Gleit's Frippertronics-style guitars. The synths on the new track create a space-age atmosphere that will carry you away with each listen. To celebrate the new track, the trio performed a release show at Mercury Lounge last night (September 6th); they'll set out on a nationwide tour afterwards which will take them through the next few months. Listen to "Something To Look Forward To" below. - Will Sisskind

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