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Tonight: Out of Body

What better way of spending a Friday night than by thrashing around for a few hours. Tonight at Deep Space 8 is set to be a heavy rager that’s sure to get you going. Coming from Austin, TX will be Out of Body, who are just coming off the release of their latest LP, Voiceless….

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New Music

Yellow House Drops New Track “Nuestras Maquinas”

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Local indie rockers, Yellow House recently released a new single off their upcoming EP, slated for released on September 4, 2017. Opening up with guitar that’s got a bit of crunch to it, the song switches into something of a more standard indie beat, that ends up opening up once the vocals come in. The shoegaze like, listless…

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Slow Dancer – In A Mood

Slow Dancer - In A Mood

“Less is more.” It may be one of those little things you’ve heard flutter by you, said on a commercial or by a wise elderly neighbor. So, in trying to be on the lookout for new and exciting music, the idea of “less is more” is sometimes not a criteria that’s really ever considered. The…

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Tonight: Hypoluxo

Hypoluxo - Sewing Souls

It’s summer. It’s hot. It’s humid and you’re jonesing to get out and do something. Brooklyn act Hypoluxo will be playing at Sewing Souls to help you get that energy out. Having dropped their LP, If Language back in September, the four piece is back with a tight collection of songs in the form of their new EP,…

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Tonight: Chevron Bloom

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Chevron Bloom are a three piece band that’s been blazing through the scene recently. Tonight they are bringing their wide open sound to Milkie’s on Elmwood. Their sound puts together the more ethereal elements of psych and shoegaze with a harder alt/indie rock edge. Playing alongside Chevron Bloom on this stacked bill are the emotive…

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Tonight: Slow Caves

Slow Caves

Slow Caves are an exciting power pop band out of Fort Collins, Colorado and tonight they are bringing their killer vibes to Mohawk Place. Fronted by brothers, Jakob and Oliver Mueller, Slow Caves are a refreshing update to the jangly indie rock sound, mixed with a tasteful amount of synth. They are coming off their…

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Album Review

Hate Club – No, seriously

No, seriously by Hate Club

Hate Club is an Albany based band that exhibits all of the raucous and raw energy you’d want to find in an indie pop/slacker group. On April 19, Hate Club released their debut EP titled, No, seriously. It’s a refreshing 4 track outing that packs a punch. The 4 piece, consisting of Audrey Goodemote on…

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Album of the Week

Orenthal – Rising

Buffalo hardcore four-piece Orenthal offer up an energetic mix of melodic punk and thrash/hardcore riffs, full of emotion and moxy on their album, Rising. Released on Buffalo’s independent record label, Insidious Industries, Orenthal consists of Tim Ernst, Chris Delmont, Trey James, and Mike Smith. Rising opens with “Priorities,” a fast paced ride full of thumping bass,…

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The Jesus and Mary Chain – Damage and Joy

To look at the kinds of new and exciting music, both locally and nationally, that’s been emerging, one would have taken notice of the resurgence that post-punk of the late 70s and 80s has played. At the center of this has been The Jesus and Mary Chain. Fronted by brothers, Jim and William Reid, they…

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Tonight: Decorum

Brooklyn’s three piece outfit Decorum takes a hold of the post-punk revitalization movement and makes it their own. The often jangly, spindly guitars that are found throughout the genre are vacant, as Decorum consists of a dual bass set-up and drums. Taking the various flavors the low end has in post-punk and playing both at the…

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