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Boardinghouse Reach @ Burlington Bar (10/13)

Punk group Boardinghouse Reach is preparing to release a new EP called “All For Nothing”. This is the group’s second EP of 2019 following-up their self-titled debut which was released back in April.

You can help Boardinghouse Reach celebrate the release of their EP on October 13th at Burlington Bar with Conciencia Total and Sweetie.

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Deeper “Run” Video

Deeper has released visuals for their latest single “Run” which was released earlier this month via Fire Talk.

This is work of Shiraz Bhatti, Nic Gohl, and Drew McBride.

Deeper will be touring the UK later this month, but do not have any local shows scheduled at this time.

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Akosuen "At Sea"

Multi-instrumentalist Billie Howard has released a new EP under the moniker Akosuen called At Sea (five movements for violin).

This album is meditative, achingly beautiful, contemporary classical music.

You can help Akosuen celebrate the release of this album on October 27th at Constellation.

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Aitis Band @ Empty Bottle (10/15)

Aitis Band have released their self-titled debut album. This is experimental LoFi Post-Punk, and truly original in every way.

You can catch Aitis at Empty Bottle on October 15th with B Boys and The Knees.

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4Vesta release digital EP, feature track “Evening Star”

Brooklyn dreampop band 4Vesta recently released their digital EP “Light & Chemicals,” underscoring the timeless appeal and continuing influence of a style created in the early 1990s on emerging musicians nearly 30 years later. Featured opening track “Evening Star” (streaming below) serves as an homage to the pitch-bended, layered guitars and submerged vocals on Kevin Shields' MBV masterpiece “Loveless.” In fact, the songs title hearkens back to the guitar-looped ambience of Fripp & Eno's 1975 album of the same name. The NYC band's new single moves at a deliberately melancholic pace before exploding into forceful walls of guitars and voices. More discernable male vocals appear on “Full Spectrum” approximating Neil Halstead's low-key approach with Slowdive. “Autophase” doubles-down on the warped and warbly atmosphere, striking a middle ground between Colm O'Ciosig's Loveless contribution “Touched” and some of Ringo Deathstarr's recent output. Final track “Sea Plastic” serves up a five minute meditation on churning guitar textures, ethereal vocals and distant percussion. The EP is available for streaming on Spotify. - Dave Cromwell

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