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Field Mouse express cautious optimism on "Heart of Gold," play Elsewhere 8.17

New York / Philadelphia band Field Mouse evoke internal conflict on their new single “Heart of Gold,” basking in lukewarm nostalgia against massive pop punk riffs and a breakneck percussive pace. With lyrics detailing dreams of car crashes and meeting one’s “evil self,” lead singer Rachel Browne’s vocal performance is rife with anxiety and a lingering sense of dread. Despite this apprehension, Browne still expresses a cautious confidence, stating she “still has a heart of gold,” which offset against melodic, explosive guitar work embeds the track with an enduring sense of optimism. Stream it below, and catch Field Mouse at Elsewhere’s Zone One on August 17th. -Connor Beckett McInerney

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Debut Love? said the Commander EP Available for Streaming & Purchase

The duo of Kate Hall and Chris Bishop, a.k.a. Love? said the Commander, recently released their debut EP A Million Miles Away, which was produced by Dave Downham at Gradwell House Studio. Hall’s vocals have an authoritative, graceful presence, and when combined with guitar, violin, etc., they illuminate a detailed path. A singer-songwriter tone, with a sense of friction and force that expands in fiery, focused instrumental runs, the EP leaves a cathartic imprint. The pair will be holding their EP release show tomorrow night at Ortlieb's, supported by The Naked Sun and Rah Blow.





The Injured Parties "Should've"

Alt Rock trio The Injured Parties recently released the lead single, “Should’ve”, from their forthcoming sophomore album, Product Placement, which is due out August 30th via Zenith Beast.

This is the trio lead by Poet and Journalist Larry O. Dean along with Jimmy De Lauriea and Mike Ebersohl.

You can help The Injured Parties celebrate the release of their album on September 1st at Montrose Saloon with Letterbomb and Rent Party.

 

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08.18: Joanna Sternberg brings her raw tunes to Alphaville

Joanna Sternberg stands tall as a person of many artistic talents; beyond songwriting and playing multiple instruments, including paints and drawings, often used for the album covers. As Joanna's visual art contributes to genre-defying -- almost spiritual -- music, the opposite is the same, as these songs create paintings that appear before your eyes as you listen to them. Sternberg just released debut record Then I Try Some More on Team Love Records last month, and set off on tour with Conor Oberst. Sternberg's bringing the show back home for a bit, with the next performance at Alphaville on August 18th with Miwi La Lupa and Allegra Krieger. Take a listen to the leading track from Then I Try Some More, "This Is Not Who I Want To Be", below. - Will Sisskind

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Whitney “Used To Be Lonely”

Whitney has released a new single/video called “Used To Be Lonely”. The track is taken from the group’s forthcoming album, Forever Turned Around, which will be released via Secretly Canadian on August 30th.

Whitney will be touring the country and the world for the majority of the rest of 2019. They will be returning home for four shows at Thalia Hall, December 5th, 6th (sold out), 7th (sold out), and 8th.

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