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New Honey Radar/Telepathic Split Available for Streaming

The forthcoming Honey Radar/Telepathic split, which will be released on limited edition cassette on April 20 via Third Uncle Records, is currently available for streaming/pre-order below. Honey Radar continue to percolate in their raw-riff, reserved, lo-fi, psych station, while Telepathic pushes the pace in controlled, melodic aggression. Honey Radar is slated to perform at The Storefront on April 19, on a lineup that also includes Faults, Daytime Cleaners, and The Red F.

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Kill Alters bring their mind-melding avant-noise to Union Pool 4/08

Introducing an EP with a 12 second recording of the infamous Casio demo tune is definitely an unconvential choice, but Kill Altars is far from being a conventional band. Their latest release, no self help is driven by thick, primative tom-toms, and features the intesection of fuzz and noise, colliding against half-sung vocals that sound as if they're edging closer and closer toward a total mental meltdown. The release is a trippy, psych/noise freakout daring you to push it over the edge. Take a listen to the EP below, but behold the band live for yourselves at Union Pool 4/8.-Olivia Sisinni

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Sleepy Sun Share New Track - Seaquest

Sleepy Sun has released the new song "Seaquest" which will be featured up their upcoming LP, slated for release in late spring 2017. In the meantime be sure to get in contact with Sleepy Sun and tell them your secrets... your stories... your private tales at +1 415-646-6705. The band also recently had their promo photos taken by Amy Harrity. You can watch a video montage here.

If there's one thing we can all agree on in these dark, deeply uncertain days, it's humanity's latent desire to unplug from it all—to put our smartphones down, survey our immediate surroundings, and let the sweeter things in life rise to the surface.

Sleepy Sun get it. Now five albums and more than a decade into making their own elusive brand of bold rock music, the Bay Area band isn't interested in flooding our synapses with far too many ideas on their new LP, Private Tales. They'd rather let a grander vision unfold over time, rewarding anyone with the willingness to wait it out, to actually listen.

Listen to Sleepy Sun's new track, Seaquest here.

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Ticket Giveaway: Lambchop at Underground Arts This Friday

Merge Records' Lambchop is coming to Underground Arts this Friday, March 31 with 75 Dollar Bill, and we would love to send you and a guest to enjoy what will surely be an unforgettable night of music! To enter for a chance to win a pair of tix, just send an email to thedelimagazinephiladelphia@gmail.com with the subject line "For Love Often Turns Us Still". Please also include your cell number in the body of the message (in case of an emergency). Good luck!

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New Bardo Pond Album Available for Streaming & Purchase

Bruising percussion and sludgy, scorching guitars, tempered by Isobel Sollenberger’s peacefully permeating vocals, Under The Pines is the newly released record from Philly psychedelic stalwarts Bardo Pond. Available via UK label Fire Records, the album creates a crushing sense of catharsis. Its brooding, reserved appeal to fuzzed-out aggression steadily murmurs in one's mind. Bardo Pond will be celebrating its arrival this Friday, March 31 at Johnny Brenda's with Sparrow Steeple and Eric Arn.

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