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Jackson Davis "In The Morning"

Jackson Davis has released the second single and title track from his forthcoming album, In The Morning. This is inventive Dream Pop that Davis is masterfully recording on his own in his local apartment. The album’s first single was dropped back in April and was called “Hold My Hand”.

You can catch Jackson Davis at Burlington Bar on November 1st with Bestman, Palm Ghosts, and Cat Daiquiri.

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Dehd “Letter”

Dehd has released a new single called “Letter”. This is comes on the heels of their breakthrough album, Water, which was released via Fire Talk back in May.

Dehd is currently touring Europe with Twin Peaks.

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Indie Rock

Time: 
19:00
Band name: 
Mark Oblinger
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.facebook.com/MarkOblingerMusic/
Venue name: 
Rockwood Music Hall
Band email: 
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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





Bossa IV "Forget Your Name"

Bossa IV (aka Matthew McGarry) is preparing to release his latest album, Forget Your Name, on October 18th. This is the first new music we have had from McGarry since 2016’s Votive, and it was motivated by an unusual and sudden bout of deafness. The album was written after he lost all of the hearing in his left ear due to something called sudden sensorineural hearing loss. It only lasted for ten days, but he was told at the time that it may be permanent.

Below is the video for the album’s lead single “Forever Numb”.

You can catch Bossa IV on October 16th at Downstairs (at SubT) with Kid Hawk and King Tut’s Tomb.

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