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Kissing Is A Crime unveil new video featuring Sunflower Bean’s Julia Cumming

Among the tracks on Kissing Is A Crime’s self-titled LP, released by Don Giovani in 2017, “Noise At Night” stands out among the jangly, punk-tinged guitar pop for it’s dark minimalism. The verses are driven by bass and a simple drum beat while lead vocalist Matt Molnar steps back to allow bassist/vocalist Beatrice Rothbaum to take the reins. Kissing Is A Crime’s new video for the single matches the mood of the track perfectly, with director Assal Ghawami providing a dark affair intentionally reminiscent of work by Luis Buñuel and David Lynch. Among the surrealist, frequently black and white imagery Ghawami fits a cameo by Sunflower Bean’s Julia Cumming, who’s been known to join the band from time to time in recordings and live performances. Watch the video for “Noise At Night” below. – Cameron Carr

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Uma Bloo "Lullaby" Video

Uma Bloo has released the video for her single “Lullaby”. The video was directed by Violet Royal and is as dark and sultry as Uma Bloo’s vocals.

You can catch her at Hideout on Sept 28th with Seasaw and Dream Version.

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Debut Stoops LP Available for Streaming & Download

Produced by Keith Abrams (of Pine Barons/Tremellow), the self-titled debut album from Stoops has arrived. Refreshing, melodic rock reinforced with infectious harmonies, the recordings ride a steady wave of upbeat energy with an endearing lyrical edge. A loose, gradually-building, anthemic quality resounds as these songs wedge themselves in your mind. You can find the band opening for The Nude Party on Monday, October 1 at Johnny Brenda’s.

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New On the Water EP Available for Streaming & Purchase

Psych-folk collective On the Water recently shared a new 7”, titled Failing Upwards. Elegance and tenacity unite as the layers of instrumentation and vocal harmonies come together. That grand/guttural marriage grabs one’s attention, sweeping you into a mystical, ethereal world. You can catch the band’s record release show at The Mothership on Friday, September 14, supported by Northern Liberties, STARWOOD,  and Brooklyn's Van Goose. (Photo by LJ Brubaker)

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Gold Child and Stranger Cat join Chad Valley at Knitting Factory 09.08

Between Gold Child, Stranger Cat, and Chad Valley there’s a range of styles: folky songwriting, electronica arrangements, and swelling alt-pop. But between the three artists there’s a certain similarity. Each aspires toward arty pop music that’s simultaneously memorable and creatively minded. It can be heard in the shimmering synthesizer worlds of Stranger Cat as well as the spacious arrangements of Gold Child. That similarity makes the artists a perfect match for their performance together at Knitting Factory on September 8. It’s a lineup with diversity yet a string of resemblance throughout. It’s pop music built with care and precision. – Cameron Carr


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