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New Track: "Caterpillar" - Boon

All Of Us Laughing is the forthcoming album from the quartet of Boon, and is scheduled for release via Glass Orchard Recs. In the meantime, the band has shared a B-side, called “Caterpillar.” Enveloped in an aquarium-like atmosphere, the song explores personal transformation. Bubbles and echoes mix as a meditative, internal monologue moves through the membrane of one's mind.

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New Lazy Eye EP Available for Streaming & Purchase

Mental Chillness, the new EP from the quartet of Lazy Eye, was recently released via local label Nap Time Records. Led by singer-songwriter Hannah LaRocca, soothing, dreampop melodies float yet exhibit points of tenacious friction. Calm and steadfast whilst weaving through turbulent emotive moments, there’s a resilient confidence which continuously moves forward, demonstrating a poignant power at pivotal occasions. Lazy Eye is scheduled to perform next in Philly at a house show on Saturday, February 9, with Midnight in Rome, Popular Kid, and Mandala.

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KAVA “Amidst the Falling Rain”

KAVA has released a video for the funky first single, “Amidst the Falling Rain”, from their forthcoming album RedHawk Volume 1 which due out February 14th.

This is Psych Rock Trio of Wilson (Guitar), Marshall Greenhouse (Drums), and Ryan Behling (Bass/Vocals).

You can catch KAVA as part of Wintercamp at Logan Square Auditorium February 15 and 16th. They will be performing interludes between every set.

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Weeknight unveil video from upcoming LP + tour the US

In the four years since their brooding and aptly titled debut Post-Everything, the members of the no-wave inspired outfit Weeknight have had time to consider where to take their music next. Last month the band released the first video from their upcoming album Dead Beat Creep, titled "Outside the Pale", proving that the last few years were well worth the wait. The track is just as darkly beautiful as their previous work, but with a more refined pop sensibility - here they manage to achieve an austere atmosphere with enveloping synths, reverberating guitar and a cathartic chorus. Weeknight’s sophomore work is due February 1st, and the band will be bringing their new tunes to an upcoming Brooklyn show at Alphaville on February 20th, after a three week US tour. In the meantime, check out the video below, and play it on the train while pretending you’re in your own movie. - Sunny Betz

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Genre-benders Okey Dokey play Mercy Lounge on 01.25

As if the past several posts haven't given enough indication, January has presented the Nashville indie music connoisseur with plenty of shows to attend. Should you consider yourself such a sommelier of tunes, head down to Mercy Lounge on January 25th to hear psych-rock genre-benders Okey Dokey play some tracks from their upcoming album Tell All Your Friend (sic), which drops on March 29th. After touring throughout 2017, the band -- which consists of Aaron Martin and Johny Fisher -- spent last year writing and collaborating with fellow musicians and friends such as Nick Bockrath of Cage the Elephant and Liz Cooper to create what you'll hear on their upcoming sophomore album. Tell All Your Friend already has a few singles out; one of them, "When They Get Older", has a nice retro bop to it, and it features the funk touch of Rayland Baxter. Check out the music video for "When They Get Older" below. - Will Sisskind

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