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Phillip-Michael Scales

Phillip-Michael Scales (formerly of Briar Rabbit) recently a video for the lead single, “Lover, Let Me Be”, from his forthcoming EP, Sinner-Songwriter. Scales, the nephew of the legendary B.B. King, has tapped into his soul and blues influence to take a big departure from the indie rock and folk sounds of Briar Rabbit. Scales is calling this “Dive Bar Soul” and this EP will be released on June 8th.

You can catch Phillip-Michael Scales tomorrow night, May 3rd, as part of One Night Stand at Robey Hall with Mutts and Elisa Latrice.

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Time: 
9PM
Band name: 
Marcus Paul James
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.facebook.com/marcuspauljamesmusic/
Venue name: 
Nublu 151
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Time: 
23:00
Band name: 
SquareWon
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.facebook.com/square1won/
Venue name: 
The Bitter End
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88 Palms unveil video for "Bright Lights" + announce "Love Safari" EP

Don't we all need a dose of stylishness every now and then? This week we get our fix from this video by NYC synthpop duo 88 Palms for single "Bright Lights", which is counterintuitively set in the dark rooms of a downtown NYC venue. The band's seductive melodies and loungy arrangements immediately bring to mind a more electronic version of Sade, filtered through the glitter of glo-fi. Sensual and vaguely dreamy, the track sets the ideal atmosphere for mass flirting, which is reason good enough to look forward to a whole EP of this: titled 'Love Safari' it's scheduled for a May 25th release. 

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Brittany Campbell, Bianca Muñiz and Aberdeen play The Revolution #26 on 04.28

The Revolution, National Sawdust's monthly appointment with emerging NYC artists, returns on Saturday, April 28th with three artists perfectly complementing each other. 

Talented soul pop and visual artist Brittany Campbell, who graced the cover of what will probably be remembered as the weirdest cover of our print magazine (back in 2016), will be the main attraction of the night, joined on stage by brass band Aberdeen's dynamic and cinematic instrumentals, and by Bianca Muñiz's delicate but somewhat troubled soul ballads. 

Tickets and info can be found here, check out a YouTube compilation with two videos per artist, streaming below.

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