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The Click Clack Boom's new video for Elle Deadsex

The Click Clack Boom is one of those rare to find bands that - like good wine - slowly gets better with the years. These guys were already an Alt Rock NYC powerhouse back in 2009, when they played our Best of NYC Fest, but since then their music has veered in a wilder direction, which warms our punky hearts. Check out this lo budget video of their new single Elle Deadsex - but, mostly, focus on the song: a concise, tense and unforgiving punk-rock gem. This is how rockn'nroll is supposed to be. See them at The Mercury Lounge on May 2.

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New Single by Friends: “Mind Control”, album "Manifest" out on June 4

To keep the buzz up about the upcoming release of their debut album due on June 4th, Friends just released this new single entitled "Mind Control". The band is on tour right now, and there's no NYC show in sight.

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Rarechild releases 1 single per month + plays Fireproofs on April 14

Rarechild, one of the most intriguing emerging NYC electronic bands, has been releasing a song a month since January, and will continue throughout the year. The most recent track, called "Salty" and streaming below, showcases a group that shies away from current trends and prefers to find inspiration in the brainy melodies and lyrics of early Brian Eno and Peter Gabriel, while re-elaborating them in a minimalistic, all-electronic way. See them live at Brooklyn Fireproof on Saturday April 14 ith Psychobuildings.
 

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Sean Bones premieres new video for "Here Now"

Sean Bones (who looks a helluva lot like young Ian Brown) sure doesn't suffer from the Broklyn Depression Syndrome we mentioned in the previous blog post. His music has always been upbeat and often inspired to the "sunniest" of genres: reaggae. This video for the new single "Here Now" - also track-opener of his upcoming full length - confirms the guy's fascination with ultraviolet rays, but abandons carribean musical references in favor of a more straight piano driven indie pop.

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Black Marble plays Newtown Radio party with Widowspeak on 04.21

Sometimes I wonder if Brooklyn is really so depressing... Yeah because these days it seems to inspire hordes of really dark and hopeless-sounding bands - like Black Marble. Don't get me wrong, I grew up listening to this kind of music and love it, I'm just surprised by the sheer amount of it that this wonderful neighborhood is capable of producing. So... if you happen to feel like you had a little too much happiness lately, we recommend you check out this duo, who seem to reference some of the darkest early post punk bands of the 80s, like The Cure and Joy Division. The band released a 5 song EP in January and will be performing at the Newtown Radio party with Widowspeak on 04.21 at 319 Scholes.

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