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Honey Radar & Telepathic Co-release Show at JB's Jan. 22

Congregate this evening at Johnny Brenda’s to commemorate not one but two new recordings - one by Honey Radar and the other from Telepathic. Led by Jason Henn, Honey Radar continues to serve up heady psych-pop on their new EP Giraffe, available via Chunklet Industries. The vocals waft, expanding around the gratifying immediacy of the granular grooves. These condensed sonic rides glimmer while retaining rougher edges. Sarah Everton & Rob Garcia (formerly of Bleeding Rainbow) slice through the cosmic sludge, sharing vocal duties. Rushing forward as the clean heat of guitar wields with fuzz, creating a gripping composed sense of urgency, their new self-released record Time Release is potently pulsing. Maryland-based rockers Repelican crack the seal on this night with a combination of stealthy smoothness and rattle. Johnny Brenda’s, 1201 N. Frankford Ave., 9pm, $10, 21+ - Michael Colavita

 
 
 
 




Bleeding Rainbow Opening for Tweens at Underground Arts June 15

Embrace the weekend for all it’s worth, and head to Underground Arts tonight. Post-punk quartet Bleeding Rainbow is among a trio of bands including The No Nos, whom kick off the festivities, and headlining Ohio-natives Tweens. The band's ever-evolving musical pallet is an ever-refined ebb and flow of instrumental outbursts, demonstrating a well-trained pugilist ability to strike at an efficient and frequent clip. Using the whole arsenal at their disposal while exhibiting affective aggression, the omnipresent backend laying the groundwork for the resonating blows of guitar united by the 1-2 punch of Sarah Everton and Rob Garcia's vocals. Underground Arts, 1200 Callowhill St., 8pm, $10, 21+ - Michael Colavita

 
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New Music Video: "Images" - Bleeding Rainbow

Below is a new music video for the blistering track "Images," off Bleeding Rainbow's latest LP Interrupt. The song features a pissed-off sounding Rob Garcia on lead vocals. (BTW: If you ever met the dude, the angst is certainly coming from the opposite end of the spectrum in comparison to his normal, nice-guy demeanor.) The video premiered earlier today over at Stereogum, and was directed by the band. Bleeding Rainbow also just announced spring tour dates HERE. They are currently scheduled to perform next in Philly on Sunday, May 25, but the venue has yet to be announced. 

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Bleeding Rainbow Record Release Show at Golden Tea House March 1

Former lo-fi duo turned bombastic post-punk four-piece Bleeding Rainbow is returning home tonight, and will be celebrating the release of their latest LP Interrupt (Kanine), which was produced by Fancy Time Studio's Kyle "Slick" Johnson. The band has had kind of a rough time on the road with tourmates Hunters needing to drop off because frontwoman Izzy Almedia suffered a concussion. But like true professionals, the show must go on for Bleeding Rainbow, who was recently called "America's best-kept secret, the ultimate cult band" by Dave Grohl. Yeah, that's right - Dave "motherfuckin' Nirvana/Foo Fighters" Grohl! Yes, yes - I realize that nothing I write now can be cooler than that so I'll just let you know that Roomrunner, Multicult and Loose Tooth (who was added to replace Hunters) will also be on the bill for tonight's celebration. Cheers, ladies and gents! Golden Tea House, (Please contact one of the acts or venue.), 8pm, $5 - $7, All Ages - Alexis V.

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New Bleeding Rainbow LP Available for Streaming

Bleeding Rainbow's new album Interrupt is now available for streaming via Pitchfork Advance. The record features A Place to Bury Strangers' Robi Gonzalez on drums. It officially comes out February 25 via Kanine Records.

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