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New Pouty EP/Video Available for Streaming & Purchase

Philly/LA-based recording artist Pouty, a.k.a. Rachel Gagliardi (formerly of Slutever), just shared her new four-song EP, entitled St. Mary Of The Moods. It was mostly written in the City of Brotherly Love and recorded with Al Creedon at Fancy Time Studio. The entire album also comes with a dreamy video that was created by Emily Alben. "Heavily inspired by PJ Harvey, cults, and anxiety attacks, the new songs address fresh starts and personal growth," Gagliardi shared with Stereogum. St. Mary Of The Moods is now available on cassette via Born Losers Records, and you can stream the EP with its visuals below.





Pouty Opening for Tacocat at Underground Arts Oct. 3

Barreling ahead, bratty pop-punk that hits in a pleasant release of pent-up emotion, smacking with sincerity and attitude, Pouty pushes forward. Tonight, Underground Arts plays host as the band’s transitional, foiling elements of close, internalized thoughts emerges from a personal space, gathering strength, while shifting positions, igniting initial intimacy into aggression. It's reinvigorating, retrograde pop when Queen of Jeans cascading vocal harmony intertwines with tightly spun rhythms, delivering dreamy serenades and groove-shakers alike. These locals will be paired with Nashville grunge-pop trio Daddy Issues and the energetic bump of Seattle pop-punk quartet Tacocat. Underground Arts, 1200 Callowhill St., 9pm, $14, 21+ - Michael Colavita





Little Big League - Last Time Rounding the Bases? at Everybody Hits Feb. 27

Due to the selling out of last weekend’s The Loved Ones’s Keep Your Heart anniversary celebration, Little Big League’s return from hiatus prompted the addition of another show this evening at Everybody Hits. But could this be the last time LBL round the bases? With frontwoman Michelle Zauner putting more time into her solo project, Japanese Breakfast, guitarist and longtime bandmate (since the Post Post days – remember those?) Kevin O’Halloran joining Mercury Girls, a veritable fire sale of band goods happening at their recent gigs, and words like “last in the foreseeable future” floating around, I suggest that you make it out tonight to the Girard Avenue batting cages for what might possibly be one last hurrah. They’ll also be supported by “hardcore friends” Lithuania and Pouty, the latest project from Rachel Gagliardi (Slutever) with Cat Park (Amanda X, Bandname). Everybody Hits, 529 W. Girard Ave., 9pm, $8, All Ages - H.M. Kauffman

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Pinkwash Smash & Grab at Boot & Saddle Feb. 4

Pinkwash’s debut LP (coming out via Don Giovanni Records) is a point of intrigue, which only escalates as time passes. The raw, blistering, smash-n-grab noise-rockers exhibit an unforgiving intensity, demonstrating an outpouring of emotion. It’s a heavy, somewhat primal display that forms an uncompromising, combative force that hits one’s core. Tonight, they headline at Boot & Saddle, possibly with a glimpse into that future release. With a new EP Take Me To Honey Island on Bratty Records, Pouty hits a pop-punk note that’s parts charging grit with a universal sensibility. The band is features Rachel Gagliardi (Slutever), who recently relocated back to Philly from LA, and Cat Park (Amanda X, Bandname, Eight). Garage-pop quartet Marge lights the fuse on what promises to be an interesting evening of local music. Boot & Saddle, 1131 S. Broad St., 8:30pm, $8, 21+ (Photo by Amnada Hatfield) - Michael Colavita

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New Music Video: "Sad" - Pouty

Slutever's Rachel Gagliardi has a new project called Pouty, where she is backed by Cat Park (Amanda X, Eight) and Evan Bernard (The Superweaks, ex-Dangerous Ponies) on her debut EP Take Me To Honey Land, which you can stream HERE. It was record with Bernard at Big Mama's Warehouse in Philly and and R.L. Kelly in Los Angeles. She also premiered a new music video for the single "Sad" today at Cultist. It was directed by Emily Alben, and was shot in LA.

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