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New Ylayali Album Available for Streaming & Purchase

Caterpillar Graveyard, the new collection of songs from Ylayali, a.k.a. Francis Lyons (of Free Cake for Every Creature), is now available via Sleeper Records. An intimate openness is met with a fuzz-forward, lo-fi buzz, creating a sense of chaos & tension. Hushed/whispered vocals make one listen intently as the instrumentation illuminates the lyrics. You can catch Ylayali performing this evening, along with Naps and Lesser. For more info, please go HERE.

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Indie rockers Mars Motel debut single from upcoming LP, play Pianos 05.30

Mars Motel blends vibrant indie-rock guitar riffs with the ambient atmospheres of dream pop to create a sound that is both edgy and emotional, light and heavy, dangerously infectious, and ultimately fun. The choruses of the group's latest single “Coming Up For Air” are super-charged with energy and show off the band’s late ‘90s and early ‘00s influences. The poise and intensity of the group’s music feels like a crossover between The Verve and Young the Giant, classy and perfectly suited for festivals. The band will be releasing its debut album Passenger X later this year and has a scheduled performance at Pianos on May 30th. Check out the single is streaming below. - Rene Cobar

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NE-HI "XYZ"

NE-Hi dropped a new EP called “XYZ" earlier this month. This is the anthemic indie rock of Jason Balla, Alex Otake, James Weir, and Mikey Wells.

The EP’s opening tracks “Exit Stations” is the perfect example how the band can create soaring, stadium ready, rock while keeping it grounded and garage or basement ready.

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The Cerny Brothers play 3rd & Linsley on 05.26 to support new LP

At the beginning of May, Robert and Scott Cerny -- who play music as The Cerny Brothers -- released their newest LP Looking For The Good Land, a disc full of heartland rock that will strike the heartstrings of any Springsteen, Tom Petty, or Neil Young fan. Their music video for "American Whore" even pays a bit of tribute to Springsteen's "Born In The U.S.A."; the critical lyrics and driving refrain, along with the American flag backdrop, help pay into the likeness. The Cerny Brothers will take the stage at 3rd & Linsley on May 26th for a special Memorial Day weekend performance; it's part of a series of dates in support of Looking For The Good Land. Take a listen to "American Whore" below. - Will Sisskind

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Electro-pop trio Obil debut with engaging single "Your Name"

By the time you hear the vocals of Obil frontman Miguel Martinez in the band’s debut single “Your Name” (streaming), you have already been engulfed by the track’s sonic atmosphere. Faint electric guitar notes flutter around in a whirlwind of synth parts, all to the rhythm of an exquisitely groovy drum beat. The bass on the track seems to melt in the ears of the listener as the song progresses. Martinez’s smooth vocals resemble those of Kings of Convenience lead singer Erlend Øye, both sharing an alluring composure. The group has released the single just in time for the summer, a catchy song that signals good things to come from the band. - Rene Cobar

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