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Fort Frances "The Front Page of The Modern Age"

Fort Frances released their latest album, The Front Page of The Modern Age, last week. This is the band’s first album since 2016’s Alio, and contains the four single the band has released this year and six additional songs.

Fronted by Singer/Songwriter David McMillin, Fort Frances has created an album that is warm, rich, and immensely enjoyable.

You can catch Fort Frances at Schubas on December 5th.

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Dear Daze

Melodic-Hardcore group Dear Daze released their debut EP, “Unconditional Acceptance”, last week.

This is the work of Colby Quinlan (Bass/Vox), Colleen Kanowsky (Guitar), Daniella Putrino (Guitar/Vox), and Alyanna Wiley (Drums/Vox).

You can catch Dear Daze on November 16th at Lilly’s with Spacewolves, Milhouse, and Dexter Anodyne/Greenhouse Opera.

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RINI, Jill Peacock, Wayne Tucker play The Revolution, Vol. 44 on 11.14

Few events embody the spirit of independent music in New York City than The Revolution, a performance series that highlights artists continuously pushing thefrontiers of innovative alternative pop.

This week, the series returns to Brooklyn’s National Sawdust on Thursday, November 14th for its 44th volume, featuring sets by local artists RINI, Jill Peacock, and Wayne Tucker. RINI’s strength comes from the outfit’s synergy of Carnatic music (a product of bandleader Harini Raghavan’s formal training at the Berklee College of Music and her own roots in the city of Chennai, India) with electronica, crafting a final output that balances and synthesizes two seemingly disparate genre influences.

Likewise, Canadian keyboardist and singer Jill Peacock crafts nu soul bops that echo trip hop and classic United Kingdom soul, creating grooves that transcend decades and continents; jazz trumpeter, composer, and vocalist Wayne Tucker similarly finds his footing in bridging the genre’s long history, incorporating soundscapes equal parts bebop and contemporary R&B.

Tickets are still available for The Revolution Vol 44—stream each of the artists here before you catch them this Thursday.

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When We Was Kids

When We Was Kids recently announced that their debut EP, “Memoralia”, will be released on November 22nd. This is be the first new music we have received from the Alt Rock group since they release a few demos back in 2016. One of those demos, “Lobo Del Mar”, is included below as we eagerly await this EP.

This is the work of Chris Lamb (Vocals), Bryan Escareno (Guitar), Michael Angelo Roncone (Guitar), Norman Aguilar (Bass), and Mark Serpico (Drums).

You can catch When We Was Kids on December 22nd with Nova Charisma at Beat Kitchen.

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Mock Nine “Almost Home”

Mock Nine recently released a new single called “Almost Home”. This is band’s second single since releasing their debut album, Stories From That Night You Can’t Remember, earlier this year.

You can catch Mock Nine at Martyrs’ on November 30th with Monarchy Over Monday.

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