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New single and basketball-filled video for "Wrong" from pronoun

The streak of singles from pronoun -- the solo indie pop project of Alyse Vellturo -- continues with "wrong", a track with a catchy riff and a lyric addressing loneliness and ended relationships. Along with the new song comes a video of Vellturo playing basketball against a team of suit-and-tie clad drones, all of whom eventually become her teammates dressed in pink. Those drones -- played by her fellow artists on the Sleep Well label such as Cape Francis, Charles Fauna, and Sulene -- symbolize Vellturo turning her feelings from lonely to positive and self-affirming through the power of fun and freedom. Watch the video for "wrong" below. - Will Sisskind





Gabrielle Smith (from Eskimeaux) new solo pop project: Gabby's World

Known more for works of raw emotion and ambient exploration, Gabrielle Smith -- performing under the moniker Gabby's World, and formerly known as Eskimeaux and Ó -- treads into poppy fields with her new single "Rear View" from her upcoming album Beast on Beast. "Rear View" continues the transition of Smith's sound from dark, DIY, drone-based songs into a flower punk bedroom pop act; however, she loses none of the feeling and emotion in her new song. Her previous EP Year of the Rabbit provided space for Smith to feel out her pop possibilities, and, by contrast, she delivers plenty of hooks on "Rear View", tying her visual poetry to head-bopping glo-fi in a way that will make you want to dance in a sad way. Listen to "Rear View" below. The Beast on Beast album release party is scheduled for November 15 at Elsewhere's Zone One.  - Will Sisskind





New Cave People EP Available for Streaming & Purchase

Cave People recently dropped its new EP Salt, which was recorded by Joe Michelini (of American Trappist) at Berlin Studios. All proceeds will go to Juntos, a Philly-based organization that is fighting for immigrant rights. A folk, bare-bones vulnerability unfolds on Dave Tomaine's latest album. An air of loneliness and regret stirs, yet there is a beauty to it all. That fragility wears into you as the music plays on.





Krust Toons: "Eminem Was Right" by Tedd Hazard

Krust Toons: "Eminem Was Right" by Tedd Hazard - please feel free to drop him a line at teddandthehazards@gmail.com if you dig or have any funny ideas. You can also check out more of his illustrations and animation shorts HERE.

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New Shannen Moser LP Available for Streaming & Purchase

Let the gentle, acoustic strums and country-tinged hymnals of Shannen Moser's I'll Sing take your weary heart back to the warmth and comfort of home. The reflective nature of each recording carries us to familiar places, opening up a floodgate of feels. Allow them to wash over you. I'll Sing is out now via Lame-O Records, and you can stream and purchase it below. Moser will be performing this Saturday, September 15 at Underground Arts with Okkervil River, and don't miss her co-headlining, dual record release celebration with labelmates Thin Lips on Saturday, September 22 at the First Unitarian Church.

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