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Z Berg carries a beautiful, soulful sound on “I Fall For The Same Face Every Time”

The subtle and relaxing, yet deep and artistic rhythms of Z Berg will put you in a trance. Her newest single, “I Fall For The Same Face Every Time,” is a unique and symbolic play on music. The video itself has a dark and ominous plot that has many twists and turns. Z Berg carries a weight to not only her lyrics but also her cinematography with help from director Dominic Haydn Rawle. Z Berg’s beautiful, soulful sound leaves you feeling empty and whole at the same time, which is why her music video is even more appealing.

“I Fall For The Same Face Every time” will leave you itching for a more secure sense of self, especially after watching her cradle a dead body. But don’t fret! Her abstract visuals, gothic, neo-classic chamber pop influences will have you dying for more. If you missed her performance at The Lodge Room, follow her on any of her social media accounts to stay up to date on new releases, concerts, and tours. Kayla Hay

Video: Dominic Haydn Rawle 

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Nadine (Phantom Posse + Ava Luna) releases debut LP, plays SXSW

Split between NYC and Minneapolis, Nadine is a band that freshen the mystery of how a band can function when its members live far apart (hey, it worked for Pavement!). This is a collaborative project involving singer Nadia Hulett (part of the collective Phantom Posse) and Julian Fader and Carlos Hernandez (both of Ava Luna). Their recently released debut LP is a playful and extremely enjoyable take on avant-pop, with jazzy overtones. The band celebrated the album's release at Baby's All Right on February 8th and will travel to SXSW in March.

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Crosslegged opens Hovvdy record release with ambient-electro folk 2.16

It’s easy to call to mind artists similar to Crosslegged, but it’s not easy to think of artists that actually sound like Crosslegged. Behind the music made by Brooklyn artist Keba Robinson under the Crosslegged name is a sense of invention and adventure. There’s something in common with the delicate songwriting of folk, the melodic ease of pop, the precise arrangements of electronic music, but Crosslegged fits neatly into none of these categories. There’s more in common here with the innovative work of artists like Bjork, Sufjan Stevens, or Kate Bush. The excitement of originality is what makes Robinson's work worth following. You can see the next performance February 16th when Crosslegged opens for Hovvdy’s record release show at Baby’s All Right. – Cameron Carr

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Bobcat Rob Armenti returns to The Crepe Place, Santa Cruz Friday 02.16

Originally hailing from the small mountain town of Lee Vining, east of Yosemite, Bocat Rob Armenti can now be found among the Santa Cruz Mountains. Armenti's songs are as upfliting as they are haunting, drawing on visceral truths and common threads to weave captivating tales. From quiet to loud, reserved to explosive, each song carries its own weight and settles deep into the listener. The band, known as the Nightly Howl, recently released a video for a brand new song. Titled "On Sunday Morning," the video (streaming below) was recorded at Coonrad Studios in Santa Cruz. A mountain man full of musical prowess, Armenti is gearing up to release his second full length album later this year. In the meantime, the usual solo performer has scheduled a full band gig on Friday, February 16 at The Crepe Place in Santa Cruz. - Joshua Huver

 

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New Track: "Nosebleed" - Borzoi Boy

Recalling a dream, a youthful jangle permeates in "Nosebleed," the latest single from Borzoi Boy. Instrumentally aided by Vincent Joseph Knauf, the song coasts in a bedroom-pop search. An internal monologue spills out in light-level melody. You can catch Borzoi Boy at Hole Foods this Friday, February 16 with Yung Sham, Cooking, and David Attias.

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