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New Track: "Key & Bone" (revisited) - Heavy Temple

Originally featured on Chassit, the power trio of Heavy Temple recently shared an augmented version of “Key & Bone” (featuring Thunderhorse). While its previous incarnation orchestrated an eerie cathedral of sound, the fresher take wastes little time, throwing you directly into the pressure cooker. Oozing a fuzzy hypnosis, the band proceeds to shred and stampede in tight, explosive, instrumental pockets. 





New Remember Sports LP Available for Streaming & Purchase

Ahead of its release tomorrow via Father/Daughter Records, Remember Sports' new LP Slow Buzz is now available for streaming & purchase below. The group’s sound penetrates as personal narratives trigger an emotional response. Those matriculating melodies create a level of comfort; however, the band can dramatically shift gears, creating cathartic, catchy, raucous rockers that’ll stick in your head in the best way. Remember Sports will be holding their Philly record release celebration this evening at PhilaMOCA, where they'll be joined by Shamir, Friendship, and Comfy.





New Track: "I Can't Love Anyone" - Secret Nudist Friends

Recorded and mixed at The Headroom by Kyle Pulley, “I Can’t Love Anyone” is the new single from the quartet of Secret Nudist Friends. Sitting in a warped, kaleidoscopic groove, casual honesty gradually morphs into the looming pain of loneliness. You can find this impassioned, garage-psych gem on the band's upcoming split EP, So Cool, with Blushed, which is due out on June 22 via Good How Are You Records. You can catch Secret Nudist Friends at Undergrounds Arts on Sunday, June 10, supporting La Luz and Timothy Eerie.





New Track: "Illuminate and Burn" - Straight White Teeth

Plume's Paige Pfleger has joined up with Patrick McGuire (formerly of Flashbulb Fires), on his latest project, Straight White Teeth. “Illuminate and Burn” is the first single, featured on their forthcoming release Physical Truth. McGuire and Pfleger interlace vocals over a folky beginning, before an enlightening injection of synth and percussion comes to play. Heartfelt harmonies are cast into motion by the dance-generating backdrop. Sincerity, provided with a dose of sadness over the unpredictable nature of the future the song, captures a bright/bleak dichotomy.





New Mack Enemy EP Available for Streaming & Purchase

Mack Enemy recently shared its latest EP, titled Promo. Combining space-age, suspense-driven transmissions with menacing, backend rhythms, you may feel a sudden urge to flee, as the commanding guttural roar of vocals reign down. Oddly, a danceable despair is molded. But don't be surprised if you feel the urge to break out, or just simply break something.

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