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New Track: "It's Too Late" (Carole King Cover) - Sad13

With her take of the Carole King's soulful staple “It’s Too Late,” Sad13, a.k.a. Sadie Dupuis (of Speedy Ortiz), kicks off GRLMIC: VOL 1, a benefit compilation of covers, whose proceeds will go to Planned Parenthood and Willie Mae Rock Camp for Girls. Speckled in synth, shreds of guitar, and cosmic, electronic beats, the song takes a journey outward. Coated in a gritty sweetness, this version resonates with the original, while feeling like a spaceship transmission. Give it and the entire compilation a spin, and support a couple of excellent organizations in the process. (Photo by Chad Kamenshine)

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New Laser Background LP Available for Streaming

Always up for testing musical boundaries, Laser Background's Andy Moholt fearlessly journeys from birth to death while taking a deep look within for his new album Dark Nuclear Bogs. The ten-song LP just might prove to be his most cohesive and enjoyable release to date under the moniker. Dark Nuclear Bogs officially drops on April 28, and will be available via Mutual Crush/Endless Daze, but you can now stream it over at Stereogum. The band will also begin its extensive tour of the U.S. and Canada this evening, which will be making a stop home this Saturday, April 29 at Baird Mansion Atrium for the group's album release celebration with Norwegian Arms and Breathers.





Track Premiere: "Miss California" - Deadfellow

Mesacalifornia: A California Dream is the forthcoming album from Philly's own Deadfellow. Reminiscent of Joseph Arthur in tone, its debut single, “Miss California,” steps out from behind the introductory, acoustic strums and longing slide guitar, gathering percussive momentum. Surrounded by the vibrant glow of strings and horns, Hayden Sammak earnestly voices an open letter of affection, while its subject hovers in the distance as a guiding light home. Mesacalifornia: A California Dream is set to drop on June 9, and Deadfellow will be welcoming its arrival that evening at MilkBoy, where he'll be joined by The Classic Hunt. (Photo by Stef Sexton)





Blaire Alise & The Bombshells play Trans Pecos on May 4th

In case you haven't felt like the Sixties have returned in some way, perhaps Detroit-raised and NYC-based Blaire Alise & The Bombshells can change your mind. The 20-year-old mod-pop artist and her band will bring their brand of garage pop nostalgia to Trans Pecos in Ridgewood on May 4th to promote their new album, My Eye. The LP came out online in February, but the Trans Pecos show will celebrate its official release. Other acts on the bill include fellow dreamy acts Gold Child and The Cutouts, as well as a DJ set by production duo Discochic.

 

Blaire and her band have released the video for "Rolleiflex", a Lesley Gore-inspired track with all of the rollerskate rink aesthetic and jangle pop charm of the mid-60s. You can stream it below. - Will Sisskind





New Night Sins LP Available for Streaming

Night Sins will be releasing a new album, entitled Dancing Chrome, on May 19 via Funeral Party, but you can stream the release in its entirety over at Post-Punk. Kyle Kimball (Nothing) produces dire, danceable darkwave. Sinister baritone vocals bellow as percussion and synth ominously illuminate the ground below one's feet. It's dangerously designed to negotiate moving a gathering to the dance floor.

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