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NO ICE celebrates album release at Shea Stadium on 01.06,

Like an unpredictable sonic time machine, NYC's collective NO ICE manages to channel several decades of music within one record: Jesus and Mary Chain, The Ramones, Tom Waits and the Beach Boys are only some of the influences that come to mind when listening to the band's debut album 'Come On Feel The NO ICE,' released earlier in 2016. From the doo-wop backing vocals of “We Get High Together” to the droney post-punkness of opening track “The Cemetery” (streaming) NO ICE conquers an exceptionally diverse vibe, covering a wide range of sounds and emotions, also thanks to lyrics that tackle topics such as getting high and/or drunk, breakups, love, and the other highs and lows of life. You can catch NO ICE live on January 6th at Shea Stadium, where they'll be celebrating the physical release of 'Come On Feel The NO ICE.' - Jocelyn Hoggler

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New Video: "Wakin On A Pretty Day" (Christmas Version) - Heavenly Chorus (Feat. Kurt Vile)

Kurt Vile stopped by the Public Theater in NYC for a taping of Joe's Pub Presents: A Holiday Special. Leading a "heavenly chorus" that also included Lisa Loeb, Bridgett Everett, and event host Tony Hale, the motley crew got in the holiday spirit with an improvised Christmas rendition of "Wakin On A Pretty Day". Now, we're not sure if you'll hear this version at his upcoming New Year's Eve concert this Saturday at The Fillmore Philly with Woods and Nathan Bowles, but Vile will definitely be pulling out some fan favorites for the hometown crowd.

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Saturday Night Sounds: Thong - "Cheese Fries"

It's Saturday. It's the eve of a grandiose holiday and instead of thinking about that, we've got our eyes set on the eve of an approaching year and how we're going to celebrate it. When it comes to rowdy sprees of festive exuberance, of course two things come to mind: thongs and cheese fries. Thankfully we can recognize both of them, on New Years Eve, with Thong.

Take to Thong's spacey psych track "Cheese Fries" if you're feeling particularly hungry and/or you're so excited you can't wait for the upcoming Jeff's New Year's Plasma Blast! jamboree, where Thong and 11 other bands are set to dominate the American Legion Post 134 on Alberta.

Until then, we'll be here, thongs and cheese fries in tow.

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Surf Rock is Dead talk about their guitar sound on Delicious Audio

With a sound both meditative and gothy, Brooklyn duo Surf Rock is Dead pairs sunny melodies to melancholic tinges, ala the Drums. Their guitar sound, although not distorted, has heavy shoegazer leanings, a genre that's tightly connected to the use of stompboxes. Since guitarist Kevin Pariso confided us that he often gets asked about the secrets behind his uber dreamy sound, we just thought we'd give him an opportunity to come clean in this Delicious Audio Interview. - photo by Michael Cooper

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New Music Video: "May 7th" (Feat. Moor Mother) - NAH

The new video for NAH's "May 7th" pulses with a horror-movie urgency, as the track's eerie soundscape is effectively complemented by the gritty black & white backdrop. Directed by Gabe Coffey and NAH, the single features fellow rising experimental Philly artist Moor Mother, and can be found on his rad new LP Michael. The prolific sound sculptor has also wrapped up this 2016 with three more releases in Untitled Works 2016, Enduring, and Garbage Crap so you have plenty to dig into this holiday weekend! (Photo by Phil Rudich)

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