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New Whaler Jr. LP Available for Streaming

RFA bassist Brendan McHale, a.k.a. Whaler Jr., has a new album out now via Castle Crank Records, titled Wasting Time. Bright, at ease, acoustic guitar and keys radiate an inherent warmth, which draws one toward the shoreline. An inviting, unpretentious nature is soaked in vocal harmonies, soothing the tension and offering reprieve. Tonight, Whaler Jr.'s record release will be held at PhilaMOCA, with support from NYC's The Misters and Tokyo's The Molice.





The Juvenescent "27 Club"

The Juvensscent have had an exciting month so far and it is only August 8th. Last week, they week they released the video for their debut single, “27 Club”, and this week they performed their first live show at Schuba’s.

This is the slightly dark Rock of John Perrin and frontman Gray, and don’t be fooled by this sudden explosion, they have been working on this project since 2017.

27 Club”, which is backed by “Sunday Mourning”, take a somewhat depressing theme of dying young and famous and makes it so listenable and memorable. It is a take on the rockstar lifestyle that just may make Gray just that.

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Amanda Palmer debuts provocative music video for "Drowning in the Sound"

Boston’s Amanda Palmer released There Will Be No Intermission back in March, of the twenty tracks on the record “Drowning in the Sound” always stood above them all. The sharp orchestral changes led by disjointed piano strains provide the canvas for Palmer to paint inconvenient portraits of society with her lyrics. Amanda tackles tough subjects like abortion, climate change, and today’s political whirlwind of division with both sophistication and a much-needed crudeness. The music video for the single is a dance movement spectacle of the turmoil within. Beautifully orchestrated by Coco Karol and directed by Michael Pope, the “Drowning in the Sound” music video is an elegant portrayal of inner turbulence in the face of difficult and personal decisions. The video begs to be viewed and felt with the same intensity it was created; it is art the way art should always be: provocative. We are streaming the music video for “Drowning in the Sound” below. - Rene Cobar





Hospital Bracelet Split EP

Hospital Bracelet released a split EP with fourthbase called “Silver Cactus” last week. This is the solo acoustic bedroom pop of Alex Bracelet aka Wrestler Arc Williams at the moment, but these songs will also sound amazing with a the full band she is currently constructing. The opening track begins with an audio clip from The Office and is called “Chocolate Milk (like in Spiderman)", and that should really be all you need to give it a listen. 

You can catch Hospital Bracelet at Uptown Cafe & Gallery (5010 N Sheridan) on August 15th opening for Tacoma Washington Weekday Club, 23/19, and Sleep In.

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Debut Empty Country Single Release Available for Streaming & Purchase

Joseph D’Agostino (of Cymbals Eat Guitars) recently announced a new project, Empty Country. As a precursor to a forthcoming album that is slated to arrive early next year, a pair of songs, "Ultrasound" and "Jets," were recently made available via Tiny Engines. "Ultrasound" explores the emotional turmoil and anxiety of waiting for a biopsy report “…following a suspicious-looking ultrasound”. With D’Agostino's wife Rachel, as well as Charles Bissell of The Wrens, featured on vocal harmony, the song fuses a sense of a loving connection and appreciation as one goes through a whirlwind.

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