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boy wonder - Vintage Video "Care", EP Release Party 06.14

Catchy and unique indie rock from Toronto is what I’m pickin’ up from boy wonder. His latest single is an acoustic ditty called “Care” that I think Jack White would like when he’s in his acoustic mood. It has an old school feel to it. The vocals are unusual in a good way and the video appears to be shot in a previous generation. A comical and self-depracating ending is the cherry on top of this video. Boy Wonder has his EP release show at 187 Augusta on Friday June 14th. – Kris Gies





New Line Leader LP Available for Streaming & Purchase

Philly's Line Leader recently shared its new, full-length album, Houses of Water. One enters a multifaceted, mysterious, head-trippy, musical mission. An array of sonic textures creates a fluid, ever-evolving atmosphere - one that floats in a dreamy manner at one moment and then transitions into a more volatile, urgent heaviness in the next. That unpredictable, shape-shifting nature compels the listener to remain alert around each and every bend. (Photo by Kayla McCaney)





Sharkswimmer explode out on "Shut-In," play Brooklyn Bazaar 7.7

“Summer’s never long,” Justin Buschardt croons on the first track of Brooklyn indie outfit Sharkswimmer’s debut, Shut-In. It’s a fitting introductory note to the band’s first release, which over the course of five tracks straddles the worlds of easygoing guitar rock and fuzzed-out, palpably frustrated punk inclinations. A seasonally well-timed release, Shut-In aligns well with the current New York weather, energized by lyrics that focus in part on the imperceivable fast movement of time and lofi, occasionally discordant instrumentation. Recommended listening “PhD in Anxiety” and title track “Shut-In” are perfect for when the brisk city pace and June humidity inclines even the most extroverted among us to shut ourselves in and take a necessary, warm weather mental health day. Stream it below, and catch them at Brooklyn Bazaar on July 7th, playing alongside Taciturn, Cup and Trash TV.--Connor Beckett McInerneyPhoto by Daniel Topete

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Krust Toons: "Canada Building a Wall" by Tedd Hazard

Krust Toons: "Canada Building a Wall" 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 Soul Glo Album Available for Streaming & Purchase

Philly punks Soul Glo forms profound, rapid-fire prose, hell-bent on exposing the everyday realities experienced in the black community to the masses. "Underneath my will to live clings tight my will to die, the silent secret of my strength is all the shame I’ve centralized." Pulling from the influences of noise, rap and hardcore, the group makes powerful, eye-opening statements with their latest album, The Nigga In Me Is Me, which is now available via SRA Records. Press play, and get educated.

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