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Tutlie Opening for Trails and Ways at KFN Oct. 27

Particularly on a day when the sun takes refuge behind the celestial bodies, one could use a shimmer of solace. Tutlie emerges as a break in the clouds this evening at Kung Fu Necktie. Fusing elegantly ascending vocal harmony with the strong, revitalizing wonderland of instrumentation, hovering in a substantial yet feathery floatation, Tutlie is a refreshingly crisp musical breath, especially when they'll be playing a set of material from their new record. Tonight, they’re paired with the unfiltered emotive pensions of Clique, whose melodic ebb and flow simmers and swells with a tranquil but unsettled energy. This local pairing sets the stage for the brimming bubbles of dream pop from Oakland’s Trails and Ways, whom recently released their sophomore LP Own It. Kung Fu Necktie, 1250 N. Front St., 8pm, $10, 21+ (Photo by Bob Sweeney) - Michael Colavita





BOYTOY tours Europe, unveils video for 'Wild One'

Last year, Saara Untracht-Oakner and Glenn Van Dyke of BOYTOY released their delectable debut LP, Grackle. Approximately one year later to the day, the Brooklyn garage-poppers unveiled the video for single “Wild One”, which chronicles a wild night of Untracht-Oakner and Van Dyke roaming around Las Vegas, leading to their rambunctious desert romp as depicted in their music video for “Your Girl”. As of now, BOYTOY are on the last leg of their first European tour. Throughout October, they've rocked venues throughout Italy, France, Spain, and the UK. In the days ahead, they’ll entertain the Netherlands, Germany, and Switzerland before heading back to Italy for one final performance in Varese. Check out the list of remaining dates below, and don’t miss the shows if you happen to find yourself floating around those parts of Europe. – Will Sisskind





New Music Video: "Follow You Around" - Purling Hiss

Mike Polizze of Purling Hiss takes a trek around the city, using the El as his main mode of transportation between Fishtown and West Philly in the band's latest video for the single, "Follow You Around," off the group's new album High Bias (Drag City). He also provides more hometown love, sporting a Dead Milkmen's t-shirt in Laurel Hill Cemetery, where the beloved punks recently did a special performance last month. It's a lighthearted look and sound for the normally heavy-rockin' power trio, who will have a chance to show off the nastier side of their instrumental skills that we have come to know and love this Sunday, October 30 at Johnny Brenda's, alongside Honey Radar and Hothead. (Photo by Constance Mensh)





New Track: "Talking To My Own Mirage" - Carroll

Carroll’s forthcoming sophmore LP, As Far As Gardens Go, is due out November 11 via Shattered Orb Records. “Talking To My Own Mirage” hits on a zany, breezy, psych melody as the infectious barrage of percussion lifts the cruising vocals. It’s bright with intriguing instrumental breakdowns and twists. Carroll will be performing next in Philly on the night of their release at The Barbary with Petunia & Thick.

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VA-based Inter Arma serves up dynamic doom metal

Inter Arma might just be the sludgy saviors of doom metal. The VA-based band serves up tracks that are not just heavy, plodding metal licks, but instead offers dynamic, quaking aural-scapes that reveal a world of more merciless gods. "Transfiguration," a 9-minute stand-out track off the band's latest release, Paradise Gallows, is operatic in scope--utilizing guitar sweeps that echo the glissandos Mussgorsky used on "Night On Bald Mountain" to conjure demons--and threatens to place the listener into the desperate throes depicted on the album cover. The sonic imagery is so trenchant that it's easy to feel gripped by the terror of being ensnared by a mighty, black sea. For metalheads, Inter Arma is a band to watch, and Paradise Gallows is a staggering juggernaut of an introduction. Check them out streaming below.-Olivia Sisinni

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