Album of the Week

Saturn V – s/t

Saturn V - LP

Buffalo three-piece, Saturn V have been making all the right moves following their EP, two songs, released last November. Since then the band has been blowing away crowds as they make a name for themselves in the local punk circuit. Saturn V dropped their first self-titled LP earlier this month that’s full of brash energy and a killer…

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Straight White Teeth – “Illuminate and Burn”

Straight White Teeth, the project from songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Patrick McGuire, releases the visuals for his latest dreamy alt-pop single, “Illuminate and Burn.” Featuring a pensive, synth-driven beat, McGuire adds subtle acoustic riffs with entwined male/female vocals for a laidback track that will get the gears in your head turning. Check it out below. For…

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AnastasiaMax – “Brat”

Floridian alt-indie rockers, AnastasiaMax, serve up a triple espresso shot of audio goodness with their raucous new single, “Brat.” Lead by teenage siblings, Anastasia and Maxamillion, this high-energy track is bursting with firework guitars and concerted, wildly-impressive-for-their-age vocals. This is basement rock at it’s best so give it a listen below. “Brat” is off AnastasiaMax’s…

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The Pretty Flowers – “Cream of Canvas”

LA indie rock four-piece, The Pretty Flowers, bloom with their new single, “Cream of Canvas.” Off their upcoming LP, Why Trains Crash, this lo-fi track will get you moving with a melodic concoction of revving garage riffs, skipping drums and a fiery chorus. Treat your eardrums and give it a listen below. Why Trains Crash…

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Termination Dust – “Spring Breakup”

Anchorage’s Termination Dust is here to tell you that that spring fling of yours is d-u-n-z-o with their angsty new single, “Spring Breakup.” Off their freshly released EP, It’s Never Too Late, this female dream pop duo brings us an upbeat, shimmering bubblegum beat set against brutally frank vocals making for a track that’s trouble…

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Tonight: Church Girls

Nietzsche’s plays host to a sleeper rager this evening. Tonight’s lineup features dream-y Philadelphia-based indie rock quartet, Church Girls, who are are in the midst of a New York State mini-tour.  If you are a fan of twinkly new era Blondie meets Rilo Kiley, than maybe head down to Allen St. tonight.  Church Girls aren’t…

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Tonight: Lina Tullgren

Looking for something fun to do with your Tuesday?  Head down to Sewing Souls for a night packed with some sweet tunes.   Two acts from New York City are making the long trek to Buffalo, Lina Tullgren and Kateboard.  Lina Tullgren recently released an LP, titled Won, on NYC label Captured Tracks before the end…

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Joni – “Omens”

LA singer-songwriter, Joni, gifts us her hauntingly lucid new single, “Omens.” After writing platinum hits for other pop artists, Joni decided to step out of the shadows and into the spotlight. In this track, she showcases her hypnotic, nightingale voice over a moody pop production that blushes a dreamy haze. When you’re lying in bed…

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WORLDS – “Comfort Zones”

LA’s WORLDS, the collaboration of songstress Erica Driscoll and multi-hyphenate Anthony Polcino, release their latest and greatest space rock single, “Comfort Zones.” This addictive listen features both high and low synth tones reverberating like comets and asteroids under Driscoll and Polcino’s dueling electric vocals. It’s an out of this world track that could make HAL…

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High Tropics – “Wait For You”

Aussie garage poppers, High Tropics, bring us their new single, “Wait For You,” a spirited head nodder radiating with charm. About patience and perseverance, this melodic track features electrifying garage riffs, Josh Stewart’s harmonious vocals and one hell of a catchy chorus that will spread your wings and set you free. Check out it below….

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