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Ambein Sloth "So Long Ago"

Ambein Sloth recently released their debut single “So Long Ago”. This is the new project from electronic music producer and guitarist Spinmont. Unlike the music he creates as Spinmont, or with the electronic rock band Jetpack Hotline, this is poppy Post-Punk music in the vein of The Strokes. We can only hope there is more to come from Ambein Sloth.


New Track: "Rescind" - Yarrow

A Mild Circus, the debut EP from the trio of Yarrow (which features member of Great Weights an King Azaz), is slated for release on February 15 via Get Better Records. Its lead single, “Rescind,” opens by initiating a sense of a noise-accented tension. Pointing out the misplaced malice of those dispersing negative actions and attitudes, it notes the clear discrepancy in ideological goals and perspectives between the aggressors and their victims. You can find Yarrow this Thursday, January 17 at Hubris House, as part of a lineup that also includes Absinthe Father and Fox Hollow.

Quay Dash takes what's hers at All Girl Trap/Rap Party (Baby's All Right 01.18)

On her 2017 album Transphobic, Quay Dash proclaimed herself to be the "Queen of NY", and that's a title we're not going to argue. Hers is one of the most visionary new voices in the New York rap scene, and watching her evolution from her debut to last year's single U.A.F.W.M. can only be described as breathtaking. Quay Dash may have taken notes from the classic bravado of New York artists like Lil Kim, but the musical world she inhabits is all her own: the adrenaline-spiking beats and chilling effortlessness of her delivery are unmistakably hers, trophies of the hardships she's overtaken to get here. On January 18, Quay Dash will join JADALAREIGN, Dame Luz, Mother Mary Rose, and Na$h at BBYGRL at Baby's All Right: All Girl Trap/Rap Party to celebrate women in hip hop - so you'd better clear your schedule. - Sunny Betz 

Cindy Cane brings the goth rodeo to Baby's All Right residency 01.27

The music of Cindy Cane defies classification - in listening to the singles off frontman Tom Lescovich's upcoming EPs New York Strangers and all my ex's live in bushwick, you can find yourself leaping between murky electronica and yearning folk, all with a backbeat of the expressive rawness Lescovich is so good at cultivating. The music of Cindy Cane may span many genres, but it all stems from a deep love of country music. While it may not sound very country, tracks "The Darkness" and "Let Me In" brilliantly reflect the genre's penchant for laying emotions bare. Cindy Cane landed a rare four day residency at Baby's All Right starting on January 27, so check out their music below, and wear your best cowboy boots! - Sunny Betz

WHY? & Lala Lala "Siren 042"

Lala Lala (aka Lillie West) has teamed up WHY? (aka Yoni Wolf) to release a new single and Scott Fredette-directed video called “Siren 042”. Lala Lala had a tremendous 2018 with the release of her latest album, The Lamb, via Hardly Art and the critical acclaimed that followed.

Lala Lala will kick off their first ever headlining U.S. tour on January 17th with a sold out show at Metro with Snail Mail.


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