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Loveless Death Scene thinks back on "Someone Who Loves You", debut EP out today

Sometimes it's good to go back and remember a difficult time. Multi-instrumentalist Carlos J. Ruiz III shares his own heartache on "Someone Who Loves You," a psychedelic pop ballad that doesn't shy away from the truth. Going by his moniker Loveless Death Scene, the King City native weaves some phaser effects into a smooth jam with a dreamy undercurrent that also exposes a liking for chart pop both classic and contemporary. 

"Someone Who Loves You" is taken from Loveless Death Scene's debut EP Hopeless Death Machine, which he just self-released today via soundcloud. Juan Rodríguez 

 

 

 

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Indie Rock

Time: 
20:30
Band name: 
Ugly Sweaters
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.facebook.com/UGLYSWEATERStheband/
Venue name: 
The Hi Hat
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Indie Rock

Time: 
23:00
Band name: 
Ugly Sweaters
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.facebook.com/uglysweaterstheband
Venue name: 
Hotel Cafe
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Doe Paoro plays November residency at The Hotel Café

An electric and soul-igniting Doe Paoro has released a new single following the events of the presidential election. Paoro speaks of the moments leading up to the final recording of the song: “I couldn’t sing the words I had written to the song. They were not resonating with the overwhelming heaviness and sadness I felt on that morning.” Though the meaning behind the lyrics is one of outrage, her audience has reaped the benefits. Paoro’s beautiful vocals, similar to Florence Welsh, flows with dreamy ease as the mood turns from soft to powerful with every exciting drum tease and piano melody. As we reflect on the past year, let us meditate to the haunting and inspiring sonnet of "Fading Into Black’."

Paoro has announced a residency at The Hotel Café for the month of November. We hope to see you there. - Kayla Hay

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LANTERNS. aim for a fractured, noisy beauty on "Angst"

LANTERNS. bash out high-quality indie-rock on their latest single, "Angst." It's another impassioned performance from the trio, who've been on a roll ever since they released the lunging, hook-driven assault of late-2016's End Times Blues. They stick to what they know best on "Angst," a pulverizing rocker with a life-affirming energy that aims for a fractured, noisy beauty. 

There's no word yet on how "Angst" points to LANTERNS.' future, but as a standalone single, it's an effective grunge anthem with a brittle guitar style that exudes class. Juan Rodríguez

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