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New Littler EP Available for Streaming

Bad Hand, the new EP from quartet Littler, will be released on both 7” (Disposable America /Yellow K) and cassette (Disposable America/Anxiety Pop) on April 28, but you can stream it now at The Fader. Interspersing mellowing waves of acceptance, while also exhibiting aggressive points of raw, emotive venting, the album continually shifts perspective. In the midst, they find a melodic middle ground between peaks of peacefulness and potency. The band has a series of West Coast dates (including a record release show) that start next week.


Twiggy Branches debuts its Garage Glam live: tonight at Gateway (4/26)

Twiggy Branches plays the kind of rock 'n' roll you thought was dead. With snarling vocals and driving instrumentals, the NY-based artist is making a strong argument that it's worth reviving. The band's music straddles the line between garage-punk and old-school glam, but it's the loose, uncalculating "classic rock" grit that really makes their tracks worthy of multiple plays. Check out Twiggy Branches' "Never Gonna Be Tall" streaming below, and catch them tonight live at The Gateway alongside Plaid Dracula and Better Head. - Olivia Sisinni

The Boobies play Mercury on 05.19 + talk about pedals on Delicious Audio

Brooklyn’s own The Boobies are a garage pop four-piece with some instant-earworm songwriting chops, but don’t let that fool you—the group isn’t afraid to get dirty and bare their fangs when they mean it. With the recent release of their single, “Children of the Dark Art” (streaming below)  the band agreed to give our sister blog Delicious Audio a peek at what goes into their songwriting process, and what gear they’re currently using to achieve their distinctive sound - check out the feature here, and don't miss the band live when they play Mercury on May 19th. – Olivia Sisinni


Fruit & Flowers play Alphaville on April 28th

Fruit & Flowers return to ALPHAVILLE in Bushwick on April 28th, this time to headline a show after supporting Monograms' LP release show there last week. After performing at SXSW in March, the psych rock quartet has had a busy April playing gigs with other fellow Brooklyn bands and wrapping up a tour across the Midwest. At ALPHAVILLE, they'll share a bill with punk groups C'yotes and Teen Vice, the latter of which includes Tammy Hart of MEN and Joshua Ackley of The Dead Betties. Catch below their latest track "Way Out", written for Speak Into My Good Eye's 3rd Annual 24 Hour Song Writing Challenge, and the live version as the band performed it on Manhattan Neighborhood Network's The Special Without Brett Davis, here. - Will Sisskind



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