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Goodfight drops new LP, "Florida Room"

Goodfight's Florida Room packs all the sunshine-y goodness you'd imagine for an album with that title. The indie pop group's latest effort is 8 tracks of upbeat tunes that manage to be fun, sweet, and earnest, but never saccharine. Listen to the title track off the new LP streaming below. - Olivia Sisinni

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Cale and the Gravity Well release EP "Creation Myths", play PIANOS on 12.11

Hearken back to the already long-gone days of mid-2000s alt-rock with the new EP from Cale and the Gravity Well, Creation Myths. With eclectic instrumentation that sounds like the synth-tinged soft jams of Yeasayer or the Magnetic Fields, the five tracks of the EP showcase the production of Modest Mouse's Jim Fairchild, as well as the knowledge of Sun Kil Moon engineer Mike Cresswell. Cale and the Gravity Well strike a balance between thunderous rock and soothing indie dream pop, especially on the track "Zambia", which you can stream below. The band's toured throughout the fall to promote Creation Myths; they'll play their final show of the tour on December 11th at PIANOS in the Lower East Side. - Will Sisskind

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New Nymphaea EP Available for Streaming & Purchase

With panic-inducing beats and wistfully chilling vocals, Marit Rose Stafstrom, a.k.a. Nymphaea, lures you into a world of forever night, where nightmarish, cinematic soundscapes seem to always be lingering just over your shoulder. It can be an uncomfortable yet thrilling feeling with surprisingly beautiful, tranquil moments. However, that tranquility rarely lasts for long on Shang Bronze; you'll soon be running/dancing for your life once again.

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Lo-fi Psych project June Bloom release debut EP "Bloomin'"

Boston based songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Patrick Carr has embarked on a psychedelic solo venture called June Bloom. Carr, a keyboardist and vocalist for the eight-piece funk/soul group The New Review and jangle-pop rockers Brother Toaster, has channeled his fondness of lo-fi dream-pop, psychedelic, and folk music into the delightfully aloof debut EP entitled Bloomin’.

The EP’s jaunty opening track “Ponds” combines the airy charm of a Real Estate guitar riff with the meaty substance of a Fleet Foxes arrangement, while “Shores” roots its traditionally psych songwriting in Ariel Pink’s production chambers. Fans of left-of-the-dial records, from classics like The Zombies’ Odessey and Oracle or Syd Barrett’s The Madcap Laughs, to the contemporary torch bearers Kevin Parker and King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard, will be sure to take something great from June Bloom’s Bloomin’. -Charley Ruddell 

 

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Quicksilver Daydream releases hazy psych track "Ferryman"

It's hard to listen to Quicksilver Daydream's latest single, "Ferryman," and not feel as if you're transported to the River Styx, slowly gliding along dark waters. The Brooklyn-based psych-rocker's new song is dreamy and deliberate; slow instruments punctuated by drawling, echoing vocals. Listen to "Ferryman" streaming below. - Olivia Sisinni

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