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The Revolution celebrates its third anniversary at National Sawdust on 03.30

Revolution, a local musical movement partnered with The Deli NYC that highlights artists from Brooklyn and Harlem is celebrating its third year on March 30. Vol. 37 at National Sawdust will be a celebration of community, change, and activism through music. Live performances from artists picked for previous volumes such as SKYES, Salomon Faye, Sonic, Phase One and Aberdeen will headline the bash. A special DJ set by DJL4 will also be featured. Founded, curated, and produced by NYC promoter Katie Jones, this project represents the core of independent pop culture and hopes to keep helping its growth, just like our publication! Get your tickets here. - Rene Cobar





WIVES celebrate upcoming European tour with new video "Waving Past Nirvana."

Queens based group WIVES has been brewing in the borough for some time now, but at last, they are hot and ready to be served up to the masses. The four-piece band recently signed to City Slang Records and is gearing up for a spring tour through Europe that will kick off with a farewell show at Mercury Lounge on the third of April. The band’s grungy dark-wave style is in full display in their brand new video for their single “Waving Past Nirvana” as are the skills of director Milah Libin who has previously helmed videos for Princess Nokia and Beach Fossils. Check out the video below and be on the lookout for the 7” out May 24th. - Rene Cobar

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Side Hug "Blue Line"

Side Hug has released a new single called “Blue Line”. This is the first new music we’ve had from them since their debut EP, “Also”, back in 2017.

Side Hug blends shoegaze and dream pop to create a sleeping and introspective sound all their own.

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Debut Pepto Abysmal EP Available for Streaming & Download

Feel, the new release from Pepto Abysmal, is for those who are missing the brilliantly macabre songwriting stylings of Pill Friends's Ryan Wilson (like we are - RIP). Tapping into one’s inner workings, an endearing, raw vulnerability is revealed in these brutally honest bedroom recordings. The ability to create relatable, poignant lyrics from such a unique viewpoint is a rare gift.





Origami Button @ The Owl (4/14)

Math Rockers Origami Button released their debut EP, “Button Season” back in January. This is the work of Carter Jones (vocals), Brandon Amaloo (guitar), Rene Gutierrez (guitar), Taylor Ford (bass), and Matt Kerner (drums)

You can catch Origami Button at The Owl on April 14th with Things Amazing and Pleasantries.

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