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New Music Video: "The Dirge" - Eric Slick

You find a seriously depressed Eric Slick (Dr. Dog, Lithuania) in his new music video for the single, "Dirge," which also stars Natalie Prass. It recently premiered over at Clash, where he had a chance to share a bit of insight into the bleak, black & white world (below).

"The post election trauma has left a lot of people feeling hopelessly glued to their social media. The video for 'The Dirge' is an absurdist look into a dystopian living space where Natalie and I try to make the best of our existence while painting our nails, exercising, and singing karaoke on a yoga ball. The computer is watching us and we are watching the computer, ad infinitum."

Slick's debut solo album is due out on April 21 via Egghunt Records. He'll be performing tomorrow afternoon at Kebabalicious, as part of the Boomfantasy Showcase of Dreams 2017, and you can welcome him home from the road on Wednesday, March 29 at World Cafe Live, opening for singer-songwriter Tift Merritt.

Hurry's Halloween Spectacular at PhilaMOCA Oct. 28

Power-popsters Hurry recently shared their new EP, Casual Feelings, which is now available via Lame-O Records. And this evening, they'll be celebrating its arrival by kicking off this festive weekend with their Halloween Spectacular at PhilaMOCA. It's a stacked bill of local music pals who are all set to let loose! Cave People just dropped their new full-length album, Sinning Tree, earlier today via Stereophonodon Records so make sure to give it a spin before heading out tonight. Eric Slick will hopefully be previewing more tunes from his highly-anticipated upcoming solo effort, Palisades. Russell Edling (ex-Kite Party) has joined Cave People, and will be pulling double duty with his band Cherry. Of course, costumes are requested so get creative! PhilaMOCA, 531 N. 12th St., 7pm, $10, All Ages - H.M. Kauffman

Playlist: The Deli Philly's Anniversary Takeover of Y-Not Radio

Thank you, all, who tuned in yesterday to Y-Not Radio for The Deli Philly's takeover, and extra special thanks to Josh T. Landow for the invitation and support over the years! Below is the playlist that I shared, and if you haven't taken a listen to it yet, please feel free to do so now and enjoy. As always, I hope that you discover your new favorite artist and latest obsession. You deserve it. TREAT YO SELF! - Q.D. Tran

The Retinas – “Accident”

Abi Reimold – “Morning”

Eric Slick – “The Dirge”

Allison Crutchfield – “Rose Knows”

NAH – “Same Fucking Line”

RemoteControl – “Wasteland”

The Writhing Squares – “Astral Trane”

The Afterglows – “Born Again”

Spring Onion – “Egg (Driving Song)”

Cherry – “Alligators”

Jo Kusy – “New Devil Beat”

Honey Radar – “Ft Wayne Mermaids”

Them Jones – “Outburst”

Queen of Jeans – “Rollerdyke”

Suburban Living – “Lovely Times”

LOUDS – “Speak”

Residuels – “Valley Of Fire”

 

New Track: "Dirge" - Eric Slick

As the final days of summer creep upon us, Eric Slick has revealed another impressive new single from his upcoming solo effort, Palisades. "Dirge" comfortably meanders along as its protagonist languidly attempts to shed the thoughts and memories of his past relationship(s). Feel free to play it over and over again, at home, alone in your room, or just send it to someone that you once loved!

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Eric Slick Opening for Ahleuchatistas at JB's Aug. 16

Eric Slick has always held things down on the skins for bands like Dr. Dog, Nightlands, Norwegian Arms, and The Adrian Belew Trio. And with Lithuania, he has certainly been building his comfort level and experience, enjoying the warmth of lights from the front of the stage. Slick recently dropped a new solo track called, "No," a tasty, pop morsel of disenchantment that's off his upcoming album, Palisades. Tonight, he'll be opening for avant-rock Asheville, NC duo Ahleuchatistas and Mary Lattimore at Johnny Brenda's. Also along for the odd, sonic adventure is Shimmer. Johnny Brenda's, 1201 N. Frankford Ave., 9pm, $12, 21+ - H.M. Kauffman

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