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Suburban Living Record Release Show at Everybody Hits Nov. 17





Suburban Living Record Release Show at Everybody Hits Nov. 17

Lofted among the celestial bodies of introspection, the dreampop of Suburban Living cultivates a peaceful albeit reflective air. Tonight, swim among the smooth, steadily-rising waves of melodic guitars and synth as the band celebrates their latest album Almost Paradise (available via 6131 Records). While the musical ride maintains a cruising, backend-anchored movement, scorching layers of shoegazing persist below the surface. Merging 60’s garage-pop with a psych spin, the quartet of Louie Louie inject a gritty dose of urgency into their femme fatale aesthetic. Leading off the proceedings at Everybody Hits, the creative collaboration between Attia Taylor & Corey Duncan (Oh Pears), a.k.a. Strange Parts, has recently released a new EP Rainier Bedstuy Home Recording. The collection of songs embodies a bare-bones instrumental framework; however, that lo-fi atmosphere allows the natural glow of their innately warm vocals to shine through. Everybody Hits, 529 W. Girard Ave., 8pm, $8, All Ages (Photo by Emily Dubin) - Michael Colavita

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