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Numerical Control Society

Sludge Rocker Numerical Control Society are preparing to release their debut EP, Circular Reasoning For Squares, on September 27th. The band release a video, awhile back, of them rehearsing the EP’s closing track “Arvo”.

This is the work of Samuel Bloom, Steve Kiraly, Michael Klayman, and Matthew O’Dell.

You can catch them on October 11th at Burlington Bar with Arriver and Marmora.

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Debut Wet Brian EP Available for Streaming & Download

The quartet of Wet Brian recently dropped its debut EP Criterion. An ominous, mercurial environment develops a haunting tension. Eerie vocals pair with a steady, instrumental drive, chipping away at your psyche. One uneasily anticipates the other shoe dropping. 

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Loyal Lobos' "Criminals" is a touching ode to a dear friend

Andrea Silva's latest single, "Criminals," feels like you're eavesdropping into two good friends having an honest conversation. Silva, who goes by Loyal Lobos, recounts a series of past experiences —and how these have shaped their present lives. "You were also there in the morning/ When I saw everything dark," she admits, playing a dreamy, cascading guitar melody set to swelling ambiance—an element that gives the song a strong feeling of nostalgia.

"Criminals" is the first reveal off a series of sessions Silva recorded with singer-songwriter Evan Voytas and famed songwriter/producer Terry Geiger. She's currently in the middle of a West Coast tour supporting Girl Ultra, including a stop at the Regent Theater on September 17. Juan Rodríguez

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Fran “Company”

Fran has released visuals for the first single, “Company”, from their forthcoming debut LP, A Private Picture, which will be released via Fire Talk on November 15th.

This is primarily the work of Maria Jacobson, and the video below was directed by Reilly Drew.

You can help Fran celebrate the release of her album on November 23rd at the Hideout.





VIDEO: Desert Sharks party til the end on “I Don’t Know How to Dress for the Apocalypse”

NYC garage rock outfit Desert Sharks make a good case for the new subgenre—tentatively titled “armageddon punk”— on new song / video “I Don’t Know How to Dress for the Apocalypse.” Bolstered by anthemic guitar tones and breakbeat major-minor chord changes, the track (and their latest offering from forthcoming full-length debut Baby’s Gold Death Stadium) details the myriad of seemingly unlimited challenges humanity faces that we seem in no hurry to fix: the wage gap, global warming, that sort of thing. Against this macabre-yet-unavoidable subject matter, Desert Sharks hunker down to have themselves an apocalypse party; as lead singer Stephanie Gunther truthfully points out, “it’s ok, no one knows what we’re doing anyway,” raucous celebration in the face of the end of everything seems like a pretty good plan. Watch it below, and catch Desert Sharks on September 20th at Mercury Lounge. -Connor Beckett McInerney

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