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Debut The No. 1 Lovers EP Available for Streaming & Download

Delicate, heartfelt R&B-soul-folk is dispensed by The No. 1 Lovers on their new EP Lonesome Light. Cole Berggren (The Vernes) is aided by Reid Saw a Ghost bandmates Alexsander Lefkort & Reid Riegelsberger, as well as Matty Terrones (Neutral Shirt) and Alyssa Milman (Blushed) among others. There’s a sweet sincerity in the vocals, which is fed into by a calm, composed matriculation of the instrumentation. A laidback, purposeful ambiance, peppered with poignant exclamations of keys, horns, percussion, etc., cultivates a tight-knit, inviting sound.





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Band name: 
Gear Sale
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.facebook.com/girlsrockphilly
Venue name: 
Girls Rock Philly
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New Don Babylon LP Available for Streaming & Purchase

Foul, the sophomore LP from power trio Don Babylon, is out now via Medical Records. The record rocks & rolls through life’s everyday obstacles. Whether barreling through with a boozy, raw, rumbling tone, laying back and seeing things with a humorous spin, or coasting on a stoned-out groove, the band demonstrates an enthusiastic flexibility to go where the music takes them. It's a release that addresses the daily grind and tears it up in the process.





New Music Video: "Dag'ron" - Great Time

“Dag’ron” is featured on Great Time's Great Album. Its video is a trippy, headspace-wandering simulation. As the lyrics are displayed as a place marker, the setting continuously evolves. Performing on a store shelf, rocketing off into space, exploring a lack of gravity, and as the undercurrent of the song suggests, always dancing, it locks you into that strange, hypnotic get down. Supported by Lauren Scott and Saajtak, Great Time will be performing next in Philly on Saturday, October 27 at Bourbon & Branch.





New The Vernes LP Available for Streaming & Purchase

The Vernes' new full-length album, Maybe I'll Feel Better When I'm Dead, whimsically drifts with a loose, strolling sense of nostalgia. Produced by Joe Michelini (American Trappist, River City Extension), the songs maintain an ease, led by its caught-in-daydream crooning. However, that mesh of heartfelt yet carefree, twinkling lo-fi is capable of morphing and exhibiting a volatility. You can find The Vernes at Boot & Saddle on Thursday, October 11, as part of a lineup that also includes Peach Pit and Sun Seeker. (Photo by Crosby Clouse)

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