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New Video: "Whatcha Wanna Do?" (Live) - Residuels

Power trio Residuels shreds a live version of "Whatcha Wanna Do?", off their latest EP Hurricane. Recorded by filmmaker Max Holland, the boys get back to their roots, sounding like a bat out of hell in the basement of West Philly's Pilam. Come join them in "the world's only punk fraternity"!

New Residuels EP Available for Streaming

Residuels are dropping their new cassette Hurricane tomorrow to coincided with the beginning of their fall tour that finds them doing a one-off with Psychic Ills and then heading on the rest of the way with the Buzzcocks. You can stream the EP in its entirety below. Recorded and co-produced by Jeff Zeigler at Uniform Recording, the power trio has created a good ole, badass rock 'n' roll album that revels in the spirit of 70's punk. Their tour will be rolling through Philly on Friday, September 30 at the TLA.


In the Cut: Residuels

We first came upon Justin Pittney as the frontman for rad, mysterious, post-punk outfit Moon Women. After the group’s disbandment, he went on to form Residuels with Creepoid drummer Pat Troxell, who eventually left the group to live in Savannah, GA for a short stint to record an album and concentrate on touring with his Creepoid bandmates. Pittney continued to record under the French-inflected moniker, expanding the project to a trio that would include Mike Cammarata (Suburban Living, Drink Up Buttercup, Night Panther) on drums and Kyle Garvey (The Interest Group) on bass. The band recorded some new originals and covers that would eventually catch the attention of Iggy Pop, along with us here at The Deli Philly. We had a chance to chat with him before he takes the stage tomorrow night at PhilaMOCA to perform “a sorta of psychedelic improvised piece of music” called “Gravity”. You can check out our interview with Pittney HERE as well as a new video that he created for the centerpiece of tomorrow evening’s set (below).

Residuels & Louie Louie Dual 7" Release Show at Boot & Saddle June 3

Hot on the heels of a series of West Coast dates supporting the Buzzcocks and with The Deli Philly’s May Record of the Month, Love Songs, still fresh in our minds, Residuels hits the stage this evening at Boot & Saddle to celebrate the release of their new 7" "Ordinary" via Born Losers Records, the trio provides an unwavering, primal, garage-rock rumble that's unfiltered, hitting unapologetically, grabbing the wheel, and daring you to hold on. However, not one but two 7” will be commemorated on this night. With vinyl copies of “Out in the Streets”/“Miles Around” (issued via Hidden Volume Records) in hand, the all-female quartet of Louie Louie dose out garage rock with a psych-pop twist. Rolling forward in a determined drive, while also exhibiting a smooth soothing side, the band demonstrates compelling control. The heady cruising psych-rock of Weekender completes this billing. Boot & Saddle, 1131 S. Broad St., 8:30pm, $10, 21+ - Michael Colavita

New Track: "Midnight Highway" - Residuels

Below is a new instrumental jam from garage rockers Residuels. "Midnight Highway" can be found on the B-side of their latest 7", which is available via fledgling Philly indie label Born Losers Records. Residuels are also having a joint release party with all-female garage-pop quartet, Louie Louie, this Friday, June 3 at Boot & Saddle.


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