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New Track: "Weathersby" - Strange Parts

Musical compatriots Attia Taylor and Corey Duncan (Oh Pears!) combine forces as Strange Parts. Weathersby, the second single off their forthcoming album, sits in a cloudy limbo state, as forward-shifting drums, ringing guitar and stabilizing synth cushion Taylor’s drifting, peaceful vocals. The duo opens for Adia Victoria on Monday, October 17 at Johnny Brenda’s.

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Thanks Light Melt Minds and Faces with "Family Jewels"

 Adrenaline-infused pscyhedlia pours out from the hard-rocking warped reality of the Thanks Light. Their new single "Family Jewels" begins normal enough with the hushed and seductive vocals of Zane Ruttenberg but quickly devolves into a chaotic swirl of reverb that is reminiscent of noise rockers METZ or Pissed Jeans. Thanks Light embraces the appeal of structured alt-rock but moreso relishes in it's destruction, amidst a myriad of synths, gutteral growls, and shrieking guitars. "Family Jewels" is the first single off of the new LP Psychonauts, which as the name suggests, should be a mind-altering exploration into the fractal conscience of one of Austin's more unique rock bands.

-Lee Ackerley

 

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The Deli Philly Takes Over Y-Not Radio This WED at 11AM & 10PM EST

Just a heads up that the good folks at Y-Not Radio invited me to take the reins and spin some tunes for everyone while we chat about The Deli Philly & our 8th Anniversary Bash happening this Saturday, October 15 at PhilaMOCA with Suburban Living, LOUDS, and The Retinas! The show will air tomorrow (Wednesday) at 11AM and 10PM via YNotRadio.net. Tune in to discover some emerging Philly artists who should be on your radar! - Q.D. Tran 





Explore the Tortured Aftermath of Cemetery Flowers at Second Empire Oct. 11

One enters and explores the tortured aftermath when listening to Cemetery Flowers. Tonight, they’ll be placed at DIY space Second Empire. Pushing through hostile, chaotic surroundings and welding steely cold, persistent grooves with the lingering outcry of vocals, Cemetery Flowers rolls through what at first glance appears to be empty terrain, drawing others out of their personal sanctuaries, marching them forward, before streamlining the disorder into union. The blistering bombardment of Machine Gun and the desolate, tormenting rushing of post-punk known as Humanshapes round out a trio of locals supplemented by the immediate onslaught of Greensboro’s Holder’s Scar and the synth-guided space-punk of Nashville’s Essential Tremors. Second Empire, (Please contact one of the acts or venue for more info.), 7pm, $7, All Ages - Michael Colavita





Desilu Creates Cosmic Punk Vibrations on Claw

 Self-described as ‘Ewoks operating the Death Star after a long night of Ewok partying’, Desilu, is an enticing blend of sonic reverb and angst-fueled garage rock that coalesces into a cosmic punk opera. Desilu’s recently released 4th album, Claws, springs from the eternal well of Austin influenced psychedelia but succeeds in cross-pollinating punk influences like the Black Lips, Jay Reatard, and Wavves into the genome as well. Jangled keys, winding guitars, and chanted vocals feels like a train on the verge of derailing at any moment, but this quintet of Austin  vagabonds keep the momentum moving forward. Recent additions of keyboardist, Chris Horne, and guitarist, Joe Pechacek, may be the extra layers needed to complete this unique but pleasantly entrancing avant-garde outfit.

-Lee Ackerley 

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