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Video Premiere: Nebs “Heard"

We are proud to be able to premiere the Ryan Ohm directed video for the debut single, “Heard”, from Nebs. This is the solo project from Ben Kostecki of Engine Summer, and it finds him blending an array of musical styles around his bass-filled vocals.

 

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New The Russells LP (Remixed) Available for Streaming & Purchase

James Garcia (Over the Counter Culture Record) remixed The Russells's Escape from Philadelphia. The album sits in a noisy, psych-metal zone. It’s heavy with an uncompromising, urgent, instrumental drive; however, the raw edges have been somewhat smoothed out, bringing the brutal/blunt sound of the band into clearer focus. The band will be performing next in Philly on Friday, April 19 at Creep Records, as part of a lineup that also includes Zinskē, Screamcloud, and Reflex Machine.





Psalm One “Don’t Get Lazy Now!”

Psalm One dropped a new EP yesterday, March 12th, called “Don’t Get Lazy Now!”. The EP’s opening track is incredible and features contributions from Sophia Eris, Angel Davenport, and SHOWYOUSUCK.

You can catch Psalm One at Brauer House Live in Lombard on March 15th with R.A. The Rugged Man, Mood Swangz, and DJ Handz Solo.

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QWAM's "Buy A Toy" is equal parts doom and joy, see tham at The Footlight 3.15

QWAM’s newest single “Buy A Toy” is the sonic equivalent of a Subaru Outback barreling out of the crowded city, taking a scenic ride through the Poconos, and then driving off a cliff into the Delaware Water Gap. It’s energetic, filled with a lot of heart, and ultimately marked by a kind of humorous fatalism that makes it endearing in a “shit happens” type of way. While the crux of the song revolves around a repeating mantra (“just wanna buy a toy for you”), its simplicity plays against QWAM’s discordant shredding to deliver a concise, scorched earth product that may bring the listener to both dance joyously and burn something. Watch the video below, and catch them at The Footlight on March 15th alongside Plaid Dracula and Smock. -Connor Beckett McInerney (@b_ck_tt), Photo by Karen Sofia Colon

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LEFTI celebrates the release new EP "Discoteca" 04.04

Nu-Disco continues its resurgence with artists like LEFTI whose new EP Discoteca is a full-blown ode to the intoxicating rhythms of '70s NYC Disco and '80s European dance music. Inspired by the colorful disco show posters he saw scattered across the streets of Spain during his childhood family vacations, LEFTI (real name Alex Suarez) injects a heavy dose of house and funk into each song. The lead single “Every Time” (ft. Spencer Ludwig) is a powerhouse of high bass harmonics, snappy snare hits, and of course Ludwig’s fantastic trumpet. New cuts of “Make You Mine” and “All Night” also bring LEFTI’s classic disco influences to light with percussive beats and guitar riffs that would make Nile Rodgers proud. LEFTI will celebrate the release of Discoteca on April 4th at the Toucan Sounds label launch party at Freehold in Brooklyn, NY. - Rene Cobar

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