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Folk Pop

Time: 
19:30
Band name: 
Foxanne
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.facebook.com/Foxannemusic/
Venue name: 
Sunnyvale
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Ryan Egan celebrates single release at Elsewhere on 09.28

Self-produced solo artist Ryan Egan has generated a lot of interest with his modern blend of pop and soul. With R&B-inspired arrangements and meditative lyrics, this artist’s eclectic collection showcases a style that's at once edgy and relatable. In his more popular tracks "Tongue of Yours" and "Between the Pages," Egan experiments with minimal electronic percussion and smooth falsetto vocals, creating melodies that move along with pleasant leisure. As a musician who has released two EPs solely from the facilities of his home studio, Egan continues to self-sufficiently head his music career with the upcoming release of a single, “Won’t You Be The One,” out on Friday, September 28. For now, you can check out single "Between the Pages" (streaming below) and catch him live at Brooklyn's Elsewhere on Friday, August 28. - Rebecca Carroll





Alt/Indie Folk

Time: 
21:00
Band name: 
Luluc
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.facebook.com/lulucmusic/
Venue name: 
Rough Trade NYC
Band email: 
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Alt/Indie Folk

Time: 
21:00
Band name: 
Yours Are the Only Ears
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.facebook.com/yoursaretheonlyears/
Venue name: 
Rough Trade NYC
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Samia Releases New Single 'Milk,' Plays Rough Trade on Thu, Sep 27th

With her boundless voice and blistering lyricism, Samia has a special knack for revealing big situations through intimate details. Whether discussing her hamster's name in '21,' or getting a rock star to listen to her music on 'The Night Josh Tillman Listened To My Song,' Samia finds lyrical perch by baring her soul through an itinerary of the everyday.

I thought of this while watching the video for her latest single, 'Milk.' Despite Samia's repeated assurances throughout, I get the impression that the mess she is referring to here is more than 'just spilled milk.' No matter how often she tells you not to worry, or how many interesting details she confesses throughout (bathing in the grease on the McDonald's floor, jumping off the pier at the seaport) you know there's also something left unsaid, lingering like a suggestive gloss under the track's shadowy contours and pulsating tension. It also marks an exciting turn from her previous work. Samia's voice was never a stranger to the anxieties of growing up in a world that tends to shame the thoughts, voices, and bodies of outspoken feminists. But on 'Milk,' the emotional dial is turned up even louder, revealing what in other singers would be vulnerabilities. For Samia, these serve as forceful reminders of just how potent an artist she is becoming. Watch the video below, and see Samia perform at Rough Trade on Thursday, September 27th. - Mike Levine (@goldnuggets)

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