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Luggage “Shift"

Luggage has released visuals for the first single and title track, “Shift”, from their forthcoming album.

Luggage was formed back in 2014 by bassist Michael John Grant and drummer Luca Cimarusti, of Basic Cable at the time, along with Michael Vallera.

Shift will be released November 22nd via Corpse Flower Records and is available for pre-order here.

You can catch Luggage DJing at Empty Bottle on October 6th with Martin Bisi, Mako Sica, and Billington/Shippy/Wyche.

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Caleb Giles' verses shine on LP "Under The Shade" + live at Elsewhere on 09.19

Caleb Giles believes in free rhythm, as he's explored on his two previous records Tower and There Will Be Rain. His third album, Under The Shade, continues to push the boundaries of poetry in hip-hop; Giles combines soulful lyrics in both spoken word and song with basic beats, and then layers on transporting sounds and voices to expand the atmosphere of the track. The production results in an abstract and almost dreamlike hip-hop testament which feels loose but tight, comfortable but unsettling, and all-around reflective of Giles' take on what it means to be an artist and a human. Take a listen to the track Quicksand (ft. Pink Siifu)" below and don't miss him live tomorrow (09.17) at Elsewhere. - Will Sisskind





Gish reveals a haunting world in new record "The Stitcher"

The appeal of avant-indie music, for the listener, is and has always been in the discovery of both the artist’s emotions and one’s own throughout the experience. As songs progress, sharp memories take hold and swirl about: this is precisely the consequence of a single listen of The Stitcher by Boston’s Gish. The brand new EP is a fantastical and haunting sonic journey led by the ethereal vocals of Jacalynn Manning (Gish), who asserts herself in the ambiance that is created by gorgeous string-instrument strains and layered chants; ascending harp-like arpeggios enhance each track and bathe it in melancholic waters. Tracks like “Tadpole Teeth” have a ghostly feel to them and are milky smooth in the way they ebb and flow. The Stitcher is one of those records you are thrilled to have stumbled upon, an avant-indie gem that begs for reflection, and one we recommend. Check out Gish’s pensive track “Dreas” streaming below. - Rene Cobar





Crown Larks Last Show… Until Mid 2020

Crown Larks recently announced that their upcoming show at Sleeping Village on September 23rd will be their last of 2019. The band will be sharing the stage that night with Over Ow and Desert Liminal, and promise to make this an amazing night. I am sure that it being $1 beer night at Sleeping Village will help.

The last new music with have received from the band is 2017’s sophomore LP, Population. The band plans to take the next 8 months or so to hide away in the studio and work on their next album.

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Krust Toons: "Billy Joel" by Tedd Hazard

Krust Toons: "Billy Joel" by Tedd Hazard - please feel free to drop him a line at teddandthehazards@gmail.com if you dig or have any funny ideas. You can also check out more of his illustrations and animation shorts HERE.

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