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Surf Punks Mala Vista release EP, play Gutter Bar on 04.20

The fuzzy bassline that kicks off NYC group Mala Vista’s song “Mouth Breeder” is only the beginning of a sonic roller coaster ride that will take you right back to the vintage years of garage rock (early '70s). Furiously powerful drumming lays a foundation for expeditious guitar riffs and driving vocal deliveries that are covered in the anxiety and excitement of NYC’s punk glory days. However, the band has a finesse to it that betrays an above the average musicianship (at least in the garage rock field, not prone to virtuosism); they showcase it not only in the solos of lead guitarist Erik Lamf but also in the effective backing vocals of drummer Ben McIsaac. The group is celebrating the release of their first EP and is charging toward a gig at Gutter Bar in Brooklyn April 20th. Here below is what you can expect from these NYC gents. - Rene Cobar

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Bill Waters celebrates EP release at Trans-Pecos on 04.30

Bill Waters may not spend much time on social media promoting his music, but that may be because his songs speak for themselves. Waters' 2017 dreamy retro-pop EP Humid is laced with a heavy dose of laid-back guitar tunes, splendid drum fills, and mellow verses that seamlessly transition into reverb-drenched choruses. His second entry, Honey Hi appears to follow the same formula, and yet expands the palette of baroque pop that characterized the early Last Shadow Puppets super-group, adding a touch of the chillwave of bands like Washed Out. While you won’t find much info on the new album, Bill Waters does have an album release show at Trans-Pecos in Brooklyn on April 30th. Check out his song “It's True” from Honey Hi below. - Rene Cobar

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The Advertisers release debut EP, play monthly residency at Carmelo's BK

NYC’s The Advertisers know how to dish out a savory blend of fierce garage-blues that will have many asking for seconds. The band will be serving up distorted guitars, hard pounding drums and angst-fueled vocal deliveries for the next month of their residency at Carmelo’s in Brooklyn. The band released single “Trippin” on their site, and are gearing up for the upcoming release of their debut EP titled simply EP 1. The Carmelo’s residency will see them share the stage with a multitude of bands supporting the group, and it is promising to be a jolly (and loud) good time. - Rene Cobar

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Indie Rock

Time: 
15:00
Band name: 
Pink Avalanche
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.facebook.com/PinkAvalanche/
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Gold Sounds
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red steppes releases "Trouble" at Pete's Candy Store on 04.12

Brooklyn welcomes a singer-songwriter with a lilting but powerful soprano voice, Kaki King styled finger-picking on their guitar, and a light touch of electronica in her tracks. St. Vincent held up the mantle when she called the borough home, and local artists such as Belle-Skinner have come to the forefront of the borough's scene in recent years. Nika Aila States comes to Brooklyn from Oakland. As red steppes, she'll release her sophomore album Arcs on May 31st. We are premiering here "Trouble", a track from the album which displays what States has to offer: Graceful guitars dancing over a simple electro-tom beat have moments of disruption when they break into jazzy chords accompanied by a piano and her voice rising into her upper register. Take a listen to "Trouble" below; States will release it officially at a show at Pete's Candy Store on April 12th. - Will Sisskind

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