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Neon pop group Mandaila set to play Higher Ground Ballroom 12/30

Madaila, a Burlington based group with powerful pop hooks and tasty synths, are making some seriously ripe-for-radio tunes. Armed with soulful vocal performances, infectious grooves and a dash of neon, the band's sound is catchy and distinctive, but is also free to convey a bit of darkness lingering under the shimmering, synth-y mass. Take a listen to the band below, and catch them playing Burlington's Higher Ground Ballroom with Arc Iris 12/30.-Olivia Sisinni
 





NYC Artists on the rise: Cut Worms open for Foxygen at Rough Trade on 12.01

Cut Worms is the stage name of a Brooklyn based singer songwriter whose identity isn't discolsed online - luckily for us, his songs are. The young gentleman presents himself solo on stage, sometimes performing accompanied by only his guitar, others playing along pre-recorded tracks. He offers a brand of charming folk-pop revival that truly sounds as if originated in the early sixties - his recording even feature the vocal distortion typical of that era. Since April 2015 he's been incessantly releasing digital singles as part of the 'Soft Boiled Demos,' which now add up to over ten tracks all wrapped up in this vintage aura and his songwriting style that flirts with the timeless classics of folk. Masters of revival Foxygen must have noticed, since Cut Worms will be opening for them at Rough Trade on December 1st. Check out single 'Mad About You' below.





The Spirit of the Beehive Sign to Tiny Engines & Announce Release of New LP in March

After announcing last year that they would be releasing their next album via Jade Tree, we have just learned that The Spirit of the Beehive have just signed to the family of Tiny Engines. Although the band does not want to elaborate on the "mess" and "hurdles" faced to get the highly-anticipated LP out, we are very excited to hear that it is scheduled to see the light of day in March 2017. Congrats to the guys and gal of The Spirit of the B and Tiny Engines for snatching up another great Philly act! (Photo by Emily Burtner)





Post Punk band The Mumzees to play Meal Ticket 12/2

Self-described "traitors of the human race," Nashville-based act, The Mumzees, definitely packs all the angst of a post-punk band. With vocals that rotate between snarling and apathetically monotone, minimalist guitar leads and a hazy aesthetic, the group manages to create catchy tunes that'll prove to be slices of heaven for those seeking a decidely late-80's vibe. Check out the Mumzees at Meal Ticket 12/2 with PONCÉ and James Rossand stream them below.-Olivia Sisinni

 





Buzz Alert: Horse Lords offer unpredictable avant-jazz on "Interventions"

 If you want an exercise in controlled chaos, why not look to Baltimore-based Horse Lords? The experimental group lays down frenetic tunes that jam just as much as they threaten to dance themselves off a cliff. Their latest release, Interventions, is a whirlwind of cascading poly-rhythms, textured tones, and devilishly, funky grooves. Horse Lords is currently on a European tour, so hold yourself over until their return by streaming them below.-Olivia Sisinni

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