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New Sleepy Freak/Greg Mendez Split EP Available for Streaming & Download

Sleepy Freak, a.k.a. Kate Lord, and Greg Mendez have issued a new split release. Guided by acoustic strums, Mendez's tranquil, melodic narratives blanket one in steady, harmonic reassurance. Meanwhile, Sleepy Freak’s selection of tracks establishes an emotive core, while measured vocals provides accessible, penetrating imagery that lays akin to fellow Philadelphian Kississippi. Presented by Home Outgrown, Mendez is slated on a bill at Hole Foods on Wednesday, January 31 that will also include Marigold and Major Pursuit.

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Calamity the Kid stress our generational divides on "American Muscle"

Calamity the Kid are proud of where they come from on "American Muscle." But the indie rock trio does address how this current generational shift has had to pay for their elders' immorality, a defiant outcry that a good portion of our population could perceive as, well, unamerican. "Well you're lucky if you just survive / get arrested and you don't know why / shot down by cops in doubles," summons singer-guitarist, Sam Doniger, as a fuzz-tinged guitar taints an otherwise modern pop sheen. He's simply telling it like it is, and there's no double standard that could ever disprove the song's message.

"American Muscle" is the first single off of Calamity the Kid's debut EP, Late Bloomer," which is out on February 2. You can also watch them perform at The Mint on January 8. Juan Rodríguez 

 

 

 

 

 
 
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Longface "Cresent Moon"

Longface has released a new video for their single “Crescent Moon” for their latest album Hillbilly Wit. The video was directed by Mark Skala and produced by Skalawag Productions and Sooper Records

You can catch Longface at Cafe Mustache on December 16th with Spencer Radcliffe, Health & Beauty and The Falbonauts.

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The Retroaction - Explore their record collection with "These Things For You" video!

Indie retro-rockers from Hamilton, The Retroaction are back with a brand new music video. “These Things For You” is a tune about loving a stranger and imagining life with that stranger. It’s a groovy tune that combines rock n’ roll classics of the 60’s and 70’s with indie rock of the 2000’s. They could play on Ed Sullivan or Carson Daly…take your pick. This lyric video is a fun exploration of the band’s record collection. Very cool sounds from these guys. Make sure you see them live on December 21st at the Gladstone Hotel. – Kris Gies

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Brooklyn rapper Josh The Word drops video for new single “Fall in”

Brooklyn rapper Josh the Word pushes forward through the seasons with sharp lyrical delivery and smooth soul vocals.  His new album “Psyched Out” is emblematic of that New York sound that has been made popular with everyone from J57 to Junk Science.  It’s boom bap with equal parts earnest candor and quirky imagery.  In another beautiful narrative video, Josh takes us to the fringe of both civilization and civility.  Hip Hop has always had a combative method of escapism. Dig out your ski-mask and prepare to dig a little deeper.  - BrokeMC

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