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Saint Marilyn releases single “Frustrate Me” + plays Mercury Lounge on 11.15

Last month, Brooklyn’s Saint Marilyn released an enthralling synthy single called “Frustrate Me”. Its freely pitch bending synths seems to mimic the unavoidable flux and flow of emotions in a relationship: one second you can’t stand the sight of him, the next you can’t stand to see him go. The soft, seductive vocals of Che Houston layer over this dreamy synth bed to create a slow-moving atmosphere of love and hate. Experience the emotional ride live at The Mercury Lounge on November 15. -Ashley Muniz

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New Video: Sounds Local (Mapquest Series) - Creepoid

A few months ago, grunge-psych rockers Creepoid took the folks at Mapquest on a tour of Philly's "Fish Town" area for their Sounds Local video series. Members of the group hung out with the crew at some of their favorite local spots like Everybody Hits, Johnny Brenda's, and Kung Fu Necktie. The band also met up at Graffiti Pier, a.k.a. Port Richmond Coal Pier, for a live performance of the yet-to-be-released "Gutter Jeweler". You can check out the entire video HERE! Creepoid also has a new self-produced EP, Burner, coming out via WavePOP Records, and they'll be celebrating its release on Friday, November 25 at KFN.

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Evolfo bring their psych blues-rock to Baby's All Right on 11.27

There’s plenty to like about Brooklyn-based “hot sausage boys” Evolfo, who in September released their latest garage/psych/blues rock EP Last of the Acid Cowboys. You can catch them playing tracks from this EP as well as their other tunes at Baby’s All Right in Williamsburg on November 27th. The EP takes pages from the books of Deep Purple and Cream, as well as The Black Keys. The first track, “Moon Eclipsed The Sun”, is filled with catchy sax and organ fills, as well as jerky rhythms and echoing, haunting vocals which come from a love for early prog-rock. Evolfo's 11/27 show at Baby's All Right includes fellow psych-rockers Stuyedeyed and Argentinian acoustic folk-rocker Tall Juan. Get your tickets here. – Will Sisskind, photo by Peter Dervin

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New Track: "Not In The Sun" - Lunacy

Lunacy, the solo project from Nick Kulp (ex-Far-Out Fangtooth, ex-Creepoid), shared its second single off the forthcoming record, Life We Choose To Follow (Funeral Party Records). The EP's opener, "Not In The Sun," hides in the shadows of what feels like now a bleek future as a blanket of static haze is pulled over our heads to block out life. The album was recorded on a portable 4-track, with the help of vintage equipment, and will be available on cassette via Funeral Party Records on November 25, but you can pre-order it digitally below.

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A Deli NYC premiere: Ghost King's 'Melting Sky / Inside Out' single

Brooklyn's Ghost King tickled our aural canal the right way this past spring with their debut album 'Bones,' which was immediately crowned with our NYC Record of the Month title, and we are thrilled to premiere their two track single entitled 'Melting Sky / Inside Out." Their sound is still as distorted and effected as it gets, in a way that's definitely nineties, but more reminiscent of the early Flaming Lips and Mercury Rev's fuzzy psychedelic lunacy than Pavement or Dinosaur Jr.'s pop slacking. Opening track 'Melting Sky' travels at high speed, hosting a slow vocal melody, and progressively building towards two psychedelic instrumental bridges. 'Inside Out' displays a poppier structure and catchier melody, but also a more dissonant arrangement, evolving, through a very early-Pink-Floydian transition, into a distorted bass driven, pummeling finale. They are both songs that will be fun to experience live when Ghost King will perform at Shea Stadium on 11.28 - do not miss!

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