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New Evil Sword LP Available for Streaming & Purchase

Evil Sword’s musical progression bears a resemblance to a time-lapse video of fungal growth or of decomposing animals; they both demonstrate within the same frame – bloom and decay – a grotesque beauty that operates slightly askew from what people expect from the art they consume. Evil Sword consists primarily of Kate Ferencz and Ben Furgal, who are sporadically accompanied by a roving cast of musicians and sound artists. An Eerie Fire Eats the Brain is Evil Sword’s first full-length album. Punchy bass, thundering percussion, and pan flute enshrine Ferencz’s vocals like an ill-fitting but well-suited costume. The LP is available as a double cassette box that houses the collection of songs and a full color book of art and writings. The group recently celebrated the album’s release with a show at PhilaMOCA, and they’ll be performing next in Philly on Wednesday, March 29 at LAVA Space.  

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Pysch Andre Salvador and the Von Kings drop two new tracks

Andre Salvador and the Von Kings, aka Brooklyn-based Tim Cheplick (and friends), are crafting tasty psych/indie tunes that feel modern and foward thinking rather than reflective. The project just released two new tracks that showcase the group's strong songwriting sensibilities and pop prowess. The A-side to the release, a bouyant tune called "Quarter Century Girl," features strident, driving piano chords and delicious slide guitar playing paired with Cheplick's silvery vocals--a decidely radio ready track with a hook primed to be your next earworm. Listen to the band streaming below.-Olivia Sisinni

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Buzz Alert: Evolfo releases gritty, dynamic garage track "Vision of Sin"

Brooklyn-based Evolfo plays garage rock with the sort of heart, grit, and flourishes you'd expect from a group of vinyl store junkies with a massive b-side collection. The band, an ensemble of music school students who orginally united--to much acclaim--in Boston, plays like a well-currated list of late 60s-70s cult hits. Their songs are dynamic, visceral, infectious, and immediately compelling. Take a listen to their recent release, "Vision of Sin," streaming below.-Olivia Sisinni

 

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New Space Pizza EP Available for Streaming & Purchase

Space Pizza just released a five-song self-titled EP. Taking a bite into the infectious, chilled-out grooves and veering into guitar-guided sprints amid the melody, one can't help but become enthused. These songs are inherently loose and catchy with slight psych-pop stylings and a carefree nature. In the midst of winter’s grip, you can stay in, relax and press play.

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New Track: "Motion Sickness" - The Dove & The Wolf

Paloma Gil and Lou Hayat's blissful harmonies are on display with the languid, slow burn of The Dove & The Wolf's latest single, "Motion Sickness". It's one of the two new additions to the band's EP I Don't Know What To Feel, which is being reissued on March 24 via Fat Possum. The duo is currently down at SXSW, where the ladies will be performing this afternoon at Hotel San Jose and Saturday evening at Madewell. They'll also be reconnecting with Jens Lekman soon after for the European leg of their tour.

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