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New Music Video: "Deep Space Radio" - The Bad Larrys

The Bad Larrys are sending their fuzzy garage-surf signals from "Deep Space Radio". And we are locked in, and ready to rock! With venemous guitar grooves and a "don't give a fuck if we wake the neighbors" attitude, the band just shared its latest rabble-rousing single, which can be found on the "Philly Phive's" upcoming debut album Hodads (due out December 31). You can also enjoy some accompanying footage of the gang below, provided by producer/band member Davis M. Shubs, Matt Piko, and Benjamin B. Neate.

The Bad Larrys - Deep Space Radio from The Bad Larrys

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New Track: "Do You" - Minji Kong

In the span of twenty-four hours, University of Delaware student Minji Kong recorded the three tracks that makeup Thanks, I Appreciate It. Keys and percussion steadily open up, illuminating the bedroom-pop sound aided by Kong’s calming vocals. Lyrically, "Do You" relates the unhappiness produced by greed. Contrasting the setting with its context, the young artist is able to weave layers of introspective depth.

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Indie Rockers Palehound win at Boston Music Awards, release new song

Indie rock outfit Palehound beat several popular acts, including Bent Knee and Weakened Friends, for Alternative/Indie Artist of the Year at this year’s Boston Music awards, held on December 7th at the House of Blues. Palehound, fronted by songwriter Ellen Kempner, released their third studio album A Place I’ll Always Go earlier this year, drawing comparisons to prolific legacy artists like Angel Olsen, Kim Deal, and Elliott Smith. Check out the band’s newest song “Sea Of Blood” (engineered by Bully’s Alicia Bognanno) from their upcoming LP, YMCA Pool, set to release on January 26, 2018. -Charley Ruddell

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Folk-pop trio The Happy Fits lands Pianos residency in December

Charming NYC trio The Happy Fits plays an intriguing blend of folk, vintage pop and funk/soul. Their sound is sparse but - as you can hear in single "While You Fade Away" (streaming below) - it can be pretty punchy. If the bass in that track sounds a little bright to you, it's because it's not actually a bass, but a plucked cello, which impersonates the other four string instruments in all their songs. The young group has a fun live show and simple but sophisticated melodies everybody can relate to, and these are certainly two of the reasons why Pianos decided to give them a residency during the month of December. The next live performance will be on December 12, if you dig it, do not miss it!

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LIEZA's "Don't Make Me Dance" empowers women in the wake of #MeToo

In a year where art has reflected the social issues faced in our world so vividly, Nashville's indie pop artist LIEZA (real name Meghan Roner) is out to empower women with "Don't Make Me Dance", especially in the wake of the #MeToo movement which has allowed many women to voice their pain after years of covered up sexual harassment in Hollywood and across the country. "I'm still fragile from the fallout started with your hands," Roner sings over a glitchy hypnotic track that brings to mind pop artists like Banks. LIEZA's upbeat dance track signals the ability to move forward into a society that is increasingly supportive of strong, independent women. Listen down below! - Chris Thiessen

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