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Mike Maimone "Through The Changes"

Mike Maimone (of Mutts) has released a second single, “Through The Changes" and video from his 2018 EP, The High Hat Club. The beautiful shot video was directed by Nick Rush and blends found footage with images of Mike performing the introspective ballad.

You can catch Mike at Lincoln Hall on February 8th with Dassit and Bassel and the Supernaturals.

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Krust Toons: "Snubbed Again!" by Tedd Hazard

Krust Toons: "Snubbed Again!" by Tedd Hazard - please feel free to drop him a line at teddandthehazards@gmail.com if you dig or have any funny ideas. You can also check out more of his illustrations and animation shorts HERE.

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Conway @ Beat Kitchen (2/1)

Local Rock band, Conway, released two singles back in October, “Forbidden Fruit” and “Every Single Time”. These tracks were the band’s follow-up to their 2017 debut EP, “Last Chance To Dance”, and their first releases since adding Mitch De Biase (Backing vocals, Bass) and Austin Johnson (Drums).

Conway was founded by and is fronted by Aidan Hargis (Lead vocals, Guitar) and he is joined by Riley Allen (Backing vocals, Guitar, Synth) in addition to De Baise and Johnson.

You can catch Conway at Beat Kitchen on February 1st with Vyse and 20 Watt Tombstone.

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Ambein Sloth "So Long Ago"

Ambein Sloth recently released their debut single “So Long Ago”. This is the new project from electronic music producer and guitarist Spinmont. Unlike the music he creates as Spinmont, or with the electronic rock band Jetpack Hotline, this is poppy Post-Punk music in the vein of The Strokes. We can only hope there is more to come from Ambein Sloth.

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New Track: "Rescind" - Yarrow

A Mild Circus, the debut EP from the trio of Yarrow (which features member of Great Weights an King Azaz), is slated for release on February 15 via Get Better Records. Its lead single, “Rescind,” opens by initiating a sense of a noise-accented tension. Pointing out the misplaced malice of those dispersing negative actions and attitudes, it notes the clear discrepancy in ideological goals and perspectives between the aggressors and their victims. You can find Yarrow this Thursday, January 17 at Hubris House, as part of a lineup that also includes Absinthe Father and Fox Hollow.

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