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PALMAS unveil orchestral single “Flowers,” play Rockwood on 11.01

Following the debut EP To The Valley from 2015, PALMAS has released a new single called “Flowers”, featuring a beautiful and rather impressive arrangement clearly inspired to The Beach Boys' "Pet Sounds": hammond organs, french horns and a luscious string section build on the lead choral vocals, which draw celestial melodies Mr. Brian Wilson himself would be proud of (if he only got around to listen!). We are looking forward to see how PALMAS develops their infatuation with the 60’s pop revival, and in the meantime don't miss their upcoming live show at Rockwood Music Hall on November 1. - Ashley Muniz





Debut Daisy Glaze EP Available for Streaming & Download

The new quintet of Daisy Glaze has released an EP, entitled Heavenly Bodies. The assemblage features Adrianne Gold (ex-Catnaps), Scott Churchman, Lynna Stancato (Bondage & Discipline), Buddy Mazzenga (Bondage & Discipline), and Sean Rosner. The trio of songs envelops the listener in a smooth, spiraling, space-age haze, as an effortless absorption into a warping, emotional connection. You can catch the band’s album release show on Saturday, December 3 at The Buffalo with Eagle Daddy, Cabbage, and The Bachelorettes.

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Infinity Crush's whimsical, soul-searching LP 'Warm Equation'

DC’s infinity Crush has unleashed a whimsical, soul-searching LP entitled Warm Equation. Ready to tug at your heartstrings is the first song off the album, "Drowning Here With All My Friends", with a delicately fingerpicked guitar and the bright, wistful voice of Caroline White. Just as her voice finishes up establishing a spellbinding melody, it seamlessly melts away into a dream-like atmosphere, peaceful and full of bliss. Get a taste down below. Check out also the video for single 'Wipe Down.' -Ashley Muniz





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

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