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New Video: "Satan Said Dance" (Clap Your Hands Say Yeah Cover) - Vita and the Woolf

Vita and the Woolf swung by Cambridge Sound Studios to record a session for Root Down in the Shadow's #CoverClub. Check out the commanding performance of Clap Your Hands Say Yeah's "Satan Said Dance" featuring additional backup vocals from Tutlie! The band is getting ready to hit the road next month, making the trek down to SXSW along the way.

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Slaughter Beach, Dog Opening for Hostage Calm at The Barbary Feb. 25

Modern Baseball’s Jake Ewald’s side project steps into the Barbary tonight, opening a mid-week showcase. Slaughter Beach, Dog continues an established standard of developing lyrically rich songs that are personally relatable with thought-provoking images and loose Velcro-sticky catchy phrases. That coupled with a tight pop-punk instrumentation, allowing the words to dissolve and sink in yet retains a reserve of strong-willed force when called upon. This bill also features another emotive outfit in CLIQUE, whose constant flowing instrumentation provides the feeling of perpetual motion. The night is rounded out by intensely smooth, melodic hardcore of Such Gold, while Hostage Calm headline amid their final run of shows. The Barbary, 951 Frankford Ave., 6:30pm, $14, All Ages - Michael Colavita

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Free Download: "Miracles" (Feat. Jordan Brown) - STS

STS, a.k.a. Sugar Tongue Slim, recently took the Just Blaze instrumental “Miracles,” and ran with it. Accompanied by Jordan Brown, the Philly emcee delivers a tightly laced narrative, touching on real life difficulties while inspiring a positive outlook and demeanor. Dig down deep, strap in and take a listen. You can also download it for free below as well.

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New Track: "We Are Selfish" - The Ghost In You

"We Are Selfish," the latest from Billy Polard, a.k.a. The Ghost In You, serves as an eerie reminder of the depths of sadness and the painful thoughts and consequences it can cause. Acoustic guitar, the soft touches of key, and those sincere melodic vocals deliver a forthright gut-wrenching message that is all but assured to trigger an emotional response. Polard really knows how to tug at the heartstrings. (Photo by Kevin La Torre)

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Moon Bounce Opening for Flamingosis at KFN Feb. 24

Corey Regensburg, a.k.a. Moon Bounce, brings his custom formula of electro-R&B to Kung Fu Necktie tonight. Taking that smooth and sensual soul vibe and supercharging it with that aforementioned foundational get-down bounce, then, Regensburg reaches back implementing his knack for allowing elements to futuristically spin out in an intoxicating twist. That mind-warping, up close and personal feel is certain to generate some natural heat. The united front of Grave Goods, Heaven In Stereo (a.k.a. Ben Pramuk), and SamGreens, known as Club Mega, will also be laying down some grooves, and the experimental sampling output of Flamingosis (Aaron Velasquez), whom recently released a new album Kahunastyle via Keats Collective, fills out this Tuesday night escape from reality. Kung Fu Necktie, 1250 N. Front St., 8pm, $6, 21+ - Michael Colavita

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