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New Lyric Video: "Waiting On You" - The Trust Fund Kids

Kevin Connor, a.k.a. The Trust Fund Kids, has put his Featured Artist Poll mixing (Sleepless Sound Studio) and mastering (APS Mastering) prizes to good use. Below is his latest single, "Waiting On You," which is conveniently accompanied by a lyric video. The song springs into action, getting caught in a tug of war between the bright instrumental aggression and the pause-inducing, internal pondering. Taking a breath before surging toward the finish line, unresolved emotions still hold on.

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Bodies Be Rivers releases debut album plays C’mon Everybody on Saturday 03.03

With its first full-length album, Things I’ll Tell You When You’re Older, Brooklyn quintet Bodies Be Rivers shows itself as an entrancing force in the world of alternative rock. There’s a folk sensibility to Bodies Be Rivers’ songwriting but on the ten-track debut that’s been amplified with echoing guitars, tumbling tom drums, and lush vocal production. The slowly harmonizing voices of Lauren Smith and Summer Stephanos lead the way into slight ambience, giving an almost dreamy hue to the band’s sound, particularly on tracks like opener "None The Wiser" and the gently floating "Golden Child." To celebrate the debut, Bodies Be Rivers will play C’mon Everybody this Saturday with support from Lauren Balthrop and Caitlin Pasko. ­– Cameron Carr

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Daeves cuts slack on newest album “Whatever Before The Storm”

Daeves is the indie rock project of Devon Murphy, a multi-instrumentalist songwriter hailing from Acton, MA. On his latest release, Whatever Before The Storm, Murphy wields a slacker sensibility through songs inspired by new wave folk and indie music. Murphy’s casual disposition and breathy baritone call comparisons to Mark Kozelek of Sun Kil Moon, while the album’s instrumentation (performed solely by Murphy himself) calls to mind the looseness of Pavement, with the structural know-how of Real Estate. Despite it’s unconcerned title, Whatever Before The Storm is a sturdy new release worthy of a listen. Stream the album below. -Charley Ruddell

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There's Talk returns with new EP 'bathed water moon' and live show at Rickshaw Stop (3/8)

When the San Francisco-based indie electronic trio There’s Talk first caught the attention of the Bay Area music scene in 2013, their EP Tiny Strands was lauded for its lyrical and melodic complexity. Now, five years later, the group has returned on the EP bathed water moon with the same perchance for intricacy, except with a heavier focus on the dreamy electronic sound that set them apart in the first place. The opening track “Give it Up” (streaming below) is an ode to dreamgaze, drenched in mesmerizing synths and suspenseful builds that leave the listener wanting more—a promise that the rest of the EP expertly delivers on. Despite a recording hiatus, this EP has proven that There's Talk belongs on the forefront of the DIY electronic scene. Make sure to drop by their next live show at the Rickshaw Stop on March 8th. - Lilly Milman 

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Record of the Month: Katie Von Schleicher

Late in 2017, NYC based singer-songwriter (and vocalist for Wilder Maker) Katie Von Schleicher came out with a poignant and plaintive album with the not-so-poetic title Shitty Hits. From the very beginning, opener The Image treats the listener to Von Schleicher’s unusual, yet elegant melodies, supported by an unexpectedly noisy production based on a new, intriguing approach to loud/quiet/loud. The results are spectacular. The perfectly controlled, vaguely industrial clangor keeps coming in the following tracks, together with Katie’s incredibly beautiful vocal lines, forging a record that’s as unique as it is enjoyable and moving. Perhaps it’s true, these songs aren’t hits, but, on the other hand, they are definitely art.

Katie is touring the US and Europe this spring, don't miss the 4.06 show at the Music Hall of Williamsburg and her performances at SXSW.

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