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Krust Toons: "Chicks Dig Me" by Teddy Hazard

Krust Toons: "Chicks Dig Me" by Teddy Hazard - please feel free to drop him a line at teddandthehazards@gmail.com if you dig or have any funny ideas. You can also check out more of his illustrations HERE.


New Track: "Powerful Man" - Hop Along

Take a listen to “Powerful Man,” the latest song revealed from Hop Along’s upcoming LP Painted Shut, which will be released on May 5 via Saddle Creek. Despite the song’s distressing narrative that depicts Francis Quinlan witnessing a father hitting a child outside of school and her subsequent reaction, the song also carries an all out contagious groove and clean tearing guitar work, playing into her ability to vocally balance beauty and then reaching down and tearing your heart out. Hop Along performs alongside Thin Lips on May 9 at Union Transfer.


New Video: "Boys" (Live) - Roses

Roses, a.k.a. Matt Scheuermann, just re-released his debut self-tiltled EP last month via Stereophonodon Records. He also hooked up with the good folks at Space Jam Sessions. Below is his performance of "Boys," the opening track from his new record.


Ecstatic Vision Opening for Enslaved at Union Transfer March 22

As we await Ecstatic Vision’s debut LP via Relapse Records, they setup shop this evening at Union Transfer. The group relishes in the aura of heavy psych, stomping through in thick engulfing waves that takeover one’s headspace in that pleasant surrender of raunchy rock. Riffs soar in a melodic nature as a prominent primal freakout is formed by the consuming backend thrust and the vocals cut through like a demonic sermon. You’ll want to buy it hook line and sinker. Tonight, they will be joined by a pair of Oregon groups that similarly serve rock cultivated from the dark sludgy corners of the mind. YOB crafts extended doom-y sorcerer tracks, while Witch Mountain is cut from a similar cloth embracing a classic hard-rock core as blunt bass and percussion clear a path through the wilderness. Having just released a new album In Times, Norwegian metal veterans Enslaved complete the circuit with their controlled attack of thunder. Union Transfer, 1026 Spring Garden St., 7pm, $17-$20, All Ages - Michael Colavita


Reefer Madness w/The Divine Hand Ensemble at PhilaMOCA March 21

The infamous anti-drug cult classic Reefer Madness is one of those timeless over-the-top films that has gained notoriety for all the oh so very right and wrong reasons over the years. But for better or worse, the so-bad-that-it’s-good cinema classic is the appropriate movie to be screened within the Eraserhood, especially when there's a live orchestra doing an adaptation of the score. Led by professional Moog-endorsed concert thereminist, Mano Divina, The Divine Hand Ensemble is a one of a kind eight-piece orchestra that has an enchanting way of bridging the divide between classical music and the people who need to hear it. And before they take the stage to accompany Reefer Madness, they will be on hand to perform live scores to vintage animated shorts as well. PhilaMOCA, 531 N. 12th St., 8pm, $10, All Ages - Bill McThrill 




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