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New Music Video: "The Ukulele Song" - Strange Parts

The stripped-down beauty of Strange Parts' "The Ukulele Song" scores Attia Taylor’s home-spun footage of her trip to Trinidad. The unfiltered imagery temporarily transports, creating a candid sense of elegance. The song is featured on the duo’s debut release Rainier Bedstuy Home Recordings.

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Bonzie

Bonzie has released a new single, “As the Surface Rose”, and plans to be release a new album, Zone On Nine, early in 2017.

You can download the new song and it’s b-side, “Half”, here for free.

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New Music Video: "Get A Yes" - Sad13

Sad13, a.k.a. Sadie Dupuis of Speedy Ortiz, created a new "tribute to '90s-style group dance videos" with an 80's workout aesthetic for her consent-pop anthem "Get A Yes". It was shot at the Silent Barn in Brooklyn, and directed by Isabel Farrington. Dupuis is currently on her first solo tour, which will be making a stop home in Philly this Monday, December 12 at Everybody Hits.

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NYC's Good Looking Friends are unexpectedly thoughtful

Good Looking Friends is a three-piece indie emo, post rock influenced band hailing from Brooklyn, NY. Regardless of what their name may suggest, their music portrays people who feel like they just don’t quite belong, struggling with the anxiety to fit in in this gigantic, upside down world. Their lyrical complexity is paired with their ability to create energetic, yet atmospheric, almost ambient instrumentals that draw people in and just make them want to think. In June 2016, they released the EP, “You Won’t Die,” a collection of songs that delve into the life in New York City. The follow-up “You Won” was released in Novemember 2016 and shows a harder side to this band, with harsher and more emotional vocals. Elaborating on the themes from “You Won’t Die,” the last two tracks, “End of the World” and “Fallowfield” (streaming) lead into each other and immerse the listener in what really is a perfect soundtrack to the end of the world. Led by the intensity of vocalist/guitarist Zachary Fischer’s powerful lyrics and voice, the four minutes of ambient noise then bursts, full of color, in a dynamic finale. After touring and releasing two EPs in the span of six months, the band will be playing live in Brooklyn January 3rd at Bushwick Public House and January 21 st at Muchmore’s. - Kali Keish

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PREMIERE: White Bear Polar Tundra - "Sifter"

Blaring through Portland with the incredible grunge meets post-rock power that landed them as one of the top Portland bands of last year, White Bear Polar Tundra are back at it again with their sophomore album Filter the Noise and a new music video to go with it, for the album's first track "Sifter."

"Sifter" starts the album in a very expressive way, letting the force of Zein Hassanein's vocals ascend off of Nate Stoll's drumming while guitar riffs and bass lines from Patrick Beaulieu-Hardin and Ethan Bear act as the wings that carry this song to the next level. It's heavy yet not abrasive; a beauty in a biting package that jolts the listener into paying attention. The video for "Sifter" is just as captivating, allowing colorful effects and desert scenes to add to regency of the song, not detracting any attention from it.

Watch the video for "Sifter" below.

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