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New Horsecops LP Available for Streaming & Download

Philly four-piece Horsecops grabbed our attention with its heady four-song debut Dog, and before 2016 gets tossed in the can, the band has dropped its first full-length album, Annie, via Bald Spot Records. With most of the LP being recorded at Big Mama's Warehouse by Evan Bernard (of The Superweaks, ex-Dangerous Ponies) and at the group's home, Horsecops traverses between crunchy fuzz rock and lo-fi synth-noise on its latest offering, creating an oddly balanced, enjoyable collection of recordings. Take Annie for a spin below.





Left & Right LP Release Show at Everybody Hits Sept. 16

Indie-rock quartet Left & Right has been sharing tastes of its new album, The Yips (WarHen Records), for months now. And the band’s follow-up to 2014's Five Year Plan has the group teaming up once again with producer Justin Pizzoferrato (Dinosaur Jr., Parquet Courts) to create a medley of lush soundscapes that also succeed in challenging the members as songwriters and performers. It's an album that's worthy of celebration, which is what they'll be doing this evening at Everybody Hits for the hometown stop of their current tour. However, it will also be a bit of a bittersweet one, since it will mark their last Philly show with drummer Zak Krone. Let’s make it a memorable night, where they’ll be joined by the vibrant alt-country melodies of Friendship, the multi-layered fuzz of Horsecops, and Boston's Sneeze! Everybody Hits, 529 W. Girard Ave., 8pm, $8, All Ages (Drawing by Jess Cavaluzzi) - Bill McThrill





Debut Horsecops EP Available for Streaming & Download

Dog (Bald Spot Records), the freshly released EP from Horsecops, goes straight to your skull. Amid the heady stoner fuzz, transferable backend, loaded with energy, carves out an accessible door. Low-simmering wafts of semi-chaotic haze are contrasted via brief, impactful, instrumental blows. However, the final track, “B-Side,” offers a long-form slow-cooker.

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