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Recluse Raccoon brings their soft psych sounds to The Camel 12/9

While the name Recluse Raccoon may have the sheen of simple children's programing, the Richmond-based three-piece is far from delivering clean, simplistic tunes. Billing themselves as a psychedellic-jazz-pop band, the group is certainly not too shy to serve up angular melodies, but Recluse Racoon's tracks never stray too far from structure--they often root themselves with a soft, driving tom-tom--and create tracks that edge toward experimental, but never feel loose. Maybe what's most striking about the band is the voices--gossamer vocals that border on ghostly create a distinct, ethereal, quality to their songs. With a sound that inspires introspection, the band is definitely our suggestion for your next grey, moody day. You can catch Recluse Raccoon playing The Camel 12/9 with Lightfields, The Wimps and Get in the Car, but in the meantime, stream them below.-Olivia Sisinni

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New Creepoid EP Available for Streaming & Purchase

It's supposed to be a rainy, dreary day in Philly, and we are happy to provide you with a fitting soundtrack. So burn one down, and get lost in the dissonant drone and power chords of Creepoid's rad new EP Burner (WavePOP Records), which you can now stream and purchase below! It's ok. We give you permission to do/be nothing today.

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Really Big Pinecone releases sophomore LP 'What I Said About The Pinecone'

We somehow missed the excellent, almost self titled debut record by Brooklynites Really Big Pinecone, released in early 2015: it's a math flavored psych-pop gem that made the Rolling Stone list of 15 Great Albums You Didn't Hear in 2015. The group, which would be an ideal touring companion for Deli NYC favorites Celestial Shore, just released their sophomore album 'What I Said About The Pinecone.' The record, while being thoroughly enjoyable, fulfils the band's promise to deliver music that's "messy, but playful, abstract, as well as earnest and joyful." Check out single W.I.S.A.T.P. below, and follow the band's bandcamp profile for updates about upcoming shows.

We added this song to The Deli's playlist of Best psych songs by emerging NYC artists - check it out!

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New Myrrias Single Release Available for Streaming & Download

Myrrias just announced that they will be releasing a full-length album, titled Spectra, this Friday, December 2 via Jeff Zeigler's new record label Soft Dystopia, and it will be available on cassette and digitally. The record will consist of four previously unreleased tracks as well as live recordings of songs found on their debut Endless Winter Session. They'll be celebrating the album's arrival next Wednesday, December 7 at Johnny Brenda's with Valley Exit (who are also releasing their first LP), Long Spells, and Sububurban Living (DJ set). Myrrias will be taking a break from playing out live after the release show as keyboardist/vocalist Mikele Edwards prepares to give birth in the coming year (Congrats, Mikele!); however, the group will continue writing and recording as they plan to release another EP in late spring/early summer. Take their latest single, "PEAK," for a spin below, along with its B-side "My Spell," which was written by Emily Robb for the band, before forming Louie Louie.

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Creepoid EP Release Show at KFN Nov. 25

An atmosphere of catharsis with a penchant to soak in the searing melodically noisy chaos, Creepoid sits back in serenely somber, with the ability to flip the switch, mesmerizing in the eerie echoing ascension. On the evening of its release, the band celebrates their fresh EP Burner (available via WavePOP Records) with a corresponding show at Kung Fu Necktie. Joining in on the festivities are the possessing, guitar-blazing garage-punk of Dark Web and the raw ominous ferocity of metal quartet Body Spray. The duo of Al Creedon (I IM EYE MY, ex-Bleeding Rainbow) & Ricardo Lagomasino (Lithuania/Many Arms), a.k.a. Birth Worms, unearth an effects-laden, electro-percussive attack to kick things off. Kung Fu Necktie, 1250 N. Front St., 8pm, $13, 21+ - Michael Colavita

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