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Gorgeous's "Shed Boys" stumbles and rips, play Alphaville 11.13

Math rock duo Gorgeous lay down a tremendous groove on new single “Shed Boys,” one that grungily stumbles forwards while never getting lost in the reeds of shifting time signatures. Propelled by an ear-worm melodic bassline (one that embeds the entire track with a sense of aggressive-yet-triumphant forward momentum), guitarist and singer Dana Lipperman bright vocals provide a cheery high end to Gorgeous’s predominantly dark guitar lines; this interplay makes the band’s ultimate output a fun, thrash-friendly mix of experimental rock and noise pop. Listen below, and catch Gorgeous at Threes Brewing on October 15th, as well as their Alphaville record release show on November 13th. -Connor Beckett McInerney, Photo by Michelle LoBianco





Akosuen "At Sea"

Multi-instrumentalist Billie Howard has released a new EP under the moniker Akosuen called At Sea (five movements for violin).

This album is meditative, achingly beautiful, contemporary classical music.

You can help Akosuen celebrate the release of this album on October 27th at Constellation.

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The Few @ Hungry Brain (10/13)

Improvisational Acoustic trio The Few are releasing a new album, Beauty at Low Temperatures, on October 13th via Two Cities Records. The two 27 plus minutes tracks were recorded at the Hideout and May Chapel in 2017 and 2018.

The Few is the work of Macie Stewart of Ohmme (violin / voice), Charlie Kirchen (bass) and Steve Marquette (guitar).

You can catch The Few at Hungry Brain on October 13th celebrating the release of this album.

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10.11: Blonde Redhead's Kazu Makino plays solo show at Rough Trade

Blonde Redhead fans will delight in seeing Kazu Makino step out on her own and perform her solo material at Rough Trade on October 11th. Makino has released her first solo album called Adult Baby, which contains much of the same entrancing psych artistry that her band's fans have come to expect. Adult Baby takes that to the next level, as Makino plans to release a visual aspect to the record as well. The artist has already released the video to "Come Behind Me, So Good!" as part of that visual album; as if the faux-Satanic tint to the backwards-masked-sounding lyrics wasn't enough, in the video, Makino gyrates in a sheer outfit before the altar and the image of Jesus as other revelers sway in time with her. Take a look at the video for yourself, and go see her at Rough Trade on October 11th. - Will Sisskind

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