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Nasalrod makes 'Building Machines' their Mississippi Studios debut

It seems that 2013 was like a blip in history. Back then, people said "YOLO" literally all the time and Vine was gaining app traction, but there was something else about that year that made it special - it was the last time "experimental punk" outfit Nasalrod released an album. Though It's Our Pleasure was definitely a pleasure for fans, their first record in five years is even more of one.

This month Nasalrod dropped their vinyl debut Building Machines, and it's exactly what we need from them now. Nasalrod has always been distant from any strict genre classifications, incorporating everything from noise to rowdy punk to even more dancier grooves to create their chaotic tunes. Building Machines is raucous and raw, with each member contributing integral bits to their aural storm. 

On Saturday 10.22, Nasalrod are playing Mississippi Studios for the first time for Building Machines release, along with psych punk act BOINK and Honey Bucket. Tickets are only $5, such a steal for catching one of the most energetic acts in town.

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New Track: "LEAVE ME ALONE / LET ME LIVE / ALL BY MYSELF / REVENGE" - The HIRS Collective

How To Stop Street Harassment, the forthcoming album from The HIRS Collective, is scheduled for release on November 20 via Get Better Records. The EP is sharply summarized as “Ten songs about wanting to be left alone while minding our business being in public.” The four song segment of "LEAVE ME ALONE / LET ME LIVE / ALL BY MYSELF / REVENGE" pulverizes and pummels with an unadulterated release of emotion. Preorders of the release (limited to 100) includes the flexi 7" with a silk screened b-side, a short comic and other art by JB Brager, a self-defense kitty keychain, and a lyrics insert.

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The Nuclears to shake up Sunnyvale 10/21

The Nuclears might sound like a some unearthed garage-y gold from your latest crate digging escapades, but the five-piece have only been tearing up the NYC-scene for not even a decade. The band plays raw rock 'n' roll the way your daddy used to like, with all the electricity of old-school punk acts, and they even dabble in dirty rock-a-billy for the discerning rock purist. Check them out live at Sunnyvale 10/21 and be sure to check out their music below. - Olivia Sisinni

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Pill brings saxed-up noise-math rock to Baby's All Right on 10.19

Pill's fourth release to date, entitled 'Aggressive Advertising,' seconds the axiom according to which crazy sounding bands that manage to stick together only get better with time. The Brooklyn quartet's earth shattering, saxophone-armed brand of noise/math rock finds a new musicality and maturity, both in devilishly aggressive tracks like "Empathizer (Rat in the Box)" (streaming), and more spacious numbers like "Side Eye" (streaming), which manages to blend a variety of disparate influences, including Morricone's cinematic guitars, Naked City's unexcpeted sonic assaults and Fugazi's stilish, bass driven post-hardcore. The band, led by screamer in chief Veronica Torres, is a force to be reckoned with when on stage, so don't miss their upcoming shot at Baby's All Right on October 19th.

 

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

 

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Darkwing unveils new lo-fi track + performs at at Baby's on 10.18

Darkwing’s music exists in the weird crossroads of lo-fi indie rock and garage-fueled punk, an intersection featuring catchy hooks and the dankest of memes for street signs. This is the self-aware punk of the Cyber Age, the soundtrack for stoned conversations after a night of longboarding. The Deli is excited to premiere their newest single, “Big Red Heart.” It offers a more subdued and intimate experience than previous work (a result of a Tascam 388 and a living room recording) while still preserving the same attitude. Celebrate with the band at Baby’s All Right on 10.18, a benefit show for fellow scene member Chelsey Pickthorn also featuring Fruit & Flowers, Grim Streaker and Hot Curl. --Amanda Ogea, photo by Thomas Ignatius

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