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Brooklyn soul group Zenizen to play SXSW on 03.13

Zenizen's Opal Hoyt has taken her musical journey from her native Alaska to Vermont, DC, Jamaica, and Brooklyn. Now, in the midst of working on her debut full-length album and collaborating with other New York artists, she takes Zenizen to SXSW this year to introduce her soulful sound to the festival's audience. Her Australia EP -- her first, available on Don Giovanni Records -- can give a taste of Hoyt's sweet and soaring vocals, and can warm up any listener with its slow and jazzy grooves. But Zenizen's live performances convey the full blast of soul power, with Hoyt giving her all on stage with her black keytar and head-mic, and her band backing her up with every heartstopping hook. If you're attending SXSW, don't miss Zenizen at the Sidewinder Outside on March 13th. For now, stream the video for "Follow The Leader" -- their latest -- below. - Will Sisskind

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Thanks For Coming plays Silent Barn on 02.21 + gets featured on Post-Trash compilation

Thanks For Coming put out a lot of music in 2017. Their Bandcamp page shows 21 releases from the past year, most only a few songs each, but the particularly noteworthy full-length “Missing Out” and two EPs “Sspplliitt” and “Thanks For Having Me” offering a little more. It works with the band’s signature sound, which makes use of homemade aesthetics and intimate lyrics that sound like they came (and quite possibly did come) from hurriedly typed entries in iPhone’s notes app. For the last couple months, however, Thanks For Coming has been relatively quiet as the group works on recording a new full-length. While there’s no firm word on the pending album yet, the band will return to the stage to join Remember Sports and Sidney Gish at Silent Barn on February 21st and you can listen to one new track via a Post-Trash benefit compilation below. – Cameron Carr

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Nathaniel Bellows unveils "How High" from upcoming LP "Swan and Wolf"

In his new single "How High," Nathaniel Bellows proves that a voice can be both hearty and delicate all at once. The song, with its sparse guitar/piano/vocal arrangement, is literally breathtaking. It's no surprise that Bellows is also a poet and novelist - his lyrics are shimmery meditations on life, reflecting on the complexities of human existence in an unassuming yet outspoken manner. Bellows' new album Swan and Wolf is out March 30th. - Geena Kloeppel

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Sloppy Jane to play SXSW, new album out 03.02

Sloppy Jane is a band with bizarre and grotesque inclinations and an interest in translating them into their performances. Naked bodies, colored dye, and television screens set a backdrop for melting inhibitions as the music (and often the musicians) tumbles into chaotic fits. It’s a must-see for fans of avant-garde, performative punk. Deservingly, the band, led by Haley Dahl, will bring its ravenous live show to SXSW this year with a string of other dates surrounding the trip. Leading up to those gigs, Sloppy Jane will unleash new album “Willow” on March 2nd with a release show at The Glove on March 7th. The group is currently scheduled to play SXSW showcases for Melted Magazine (March 12th), Desert Daze (March 14th), Invertebrate (March 17th, day), and Siren Sound (March 17th, night). – Cameron Carr

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Miss Eaves brings Brooklyn's protest hip hop to SXSW + plays Silent Barn tomorrow (02.14)

Brooklyn Multimedia artist Miss Eaves is Feminasty as she wanna be.  She says what she wants and, doing her own design and video directing, she gets what she wants.  Since her Feminasty album dropped last year, she’s been fomenting her assault on the mainstream.  With nods from HuffPo and Glamour, she’s got a strong start.  Her throwback flow is a pleasant contrast to the electro-clash production she’s currently rocking.  If you’re looking for something to rock on your next roadtrip to a protest, Miss Eaves will let everyone know how you roll. Oh and, this year, she'll be at SXSW, but you can catch her at Silent Barn tomorrow for a V-Day Messup!

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