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Listen to Blame Baby's lively new single, "Headcase"

On "Headcase," power-pop trio Blame Baby realize that our younger years aren't that different from our adult life. "Memory of memories at full assault/Revealed in reverie identities true and false," vocalist Jesse Johnson sings over a chugging guitar line, a thought that came from a conversation he had with his younger sister. Despite the anxiety he feels, the band's jovial debut single pulses with an anthemic energy that aims for the rafters.

Listen to "Headcase" below. - Juan Rodríguez

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Ganser “Buio"

Ganser has released the first single and video, “Buio”, from their forthcoming EP, You Must Be New Here, which is set for release on November 8th.

You can catch Ganser on October 2nd at Beat Kitchen with Girl Band.

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Kate Schell at Montrose Saloon (9/30)

Kate Schell has released the visuals for her single “Shoeboxes” which is taken from her 2019 album, Past Present Future.

You can catch Schell at Montrose Saloon for a free show on September 30th.

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Jonfin "Old Ways"

Jonfin has released a new single called “Old Ways” which is accompanied by the entertaining visuals below. This is the first single from their forthcoming coming EP which will be released on November 1st.

This is the indie rock trio of Jon Wilson (Vocals/Guitar), Drew Garnaut (Bass/Vocals), and Colin Supple (Drums/Percussion).

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MILLY share hypnotic new single "Crazy Horse," play Teragram Ballroom on 11/6

Before moving to Los Angeles, multi-instrumentalist Brendan Dyer had begun to take a homespun approach to the music that spoke to him from his hometown of Bristol, Connecticut. Dyer's new single under his new project with his live band MILLY, "Crazy Horse," solidifies his experimental urges while deepening his songwriting focus. The track's slow, reverb-drenched rhythm befits his increasing lethargy, the direct aftermath of disappointment, finding some solace in the gleaming chord arrangements he plays—before he builds it up into a fuzzed-out, searing conclusion. It sounds simple in construction, but there's a lot of details Dyer tucks in within its steady, programmed drum beat, whether it's subtle touches of the piano or wistful bursts of slide guitar.

With two official singles under their belts, MILLY is joining seminal shoegazers Swervedriver on their entire tour in October and November—including a stop at Teragram Ballroom on November 6. Juan Rodríguez

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