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New Music Video: "Both Ways" - Thrills

Both Ways is the debut LP from electro-rock trio Thrills, which is led by Vacationer's Michael Mullin, and is scheduled to arrive on February 26. Cloaked in a smoky air of mystery, the performance-based video for its title track was filmed by David D'alba and Trey Shields at South Kensington's Hi5 Studio. Between the vocals and the locked in backend groove, a fluid, mystical vibe is achieved. However, amid those murky sonics, an escalating ripper results.





Residuels & Thrills Opening for Foe Destroyer at Boot & Saddle July 30

When Iggy Pop has some kind words to say about what you've done with one of his songs, then you know that you are moving in the right direction. Residuels, led by Justin Pittney (formerly of Moon Women), continue to bash out exhilarating garage rock. The band has an upcoming album in the works that contains new material and re-recorded songs that Pittney had laid down in the studio in the early stages of the project, before the exodus of drummer Pat Troxell (Creepoid) and its reformation into a trio, with the addition of Michael Cammarata (Suburban Living, ex-Drink Up Buttercup, ex-Night Panther) and Kyle Garvey (The Interest Group). You'll get to hear this bigger sound this evening on the wonderfully powerful system of South Philly's Boot & Saddle, where Residuels will be opening for Denton's Foe Destroyer, which is made up of Daniel Garcia, Cade Sadler, and Chris McQueen (of Snarky Puppy). They'll also be sharing the bill with Thrills, the electro-rock project from Michael Mullin (of Vacationer and Ratkicker), who will be making its live performance debut. Mullin will be joined on stage by Vacationer bandmates Ken Vasoli and Greg Altman. Boot & Saddle, 11131 S. Broad St., 8pm, $10, 21+ - Q.D. Tran

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