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New Music Video: "The Laughing Song" - Prowler

Archawah, a.k.a. Chris Archibald, takes Prowler’s “What Are You Laughing About?” (which appeared on their Trash Bag EP) for an electronic spin as “The Laughing Song”. The latter is included on their forthcoming EP Hand Disease. The purveyors of space-boogie will be joined by The Fantastic Imagination on Saturday, October 8 at Ortlieb’s as they celebrate the album’s release as well as the band’s signature beer Funky Prowler collaboration with Highway Manor Brewing Company. In the meantime, watch the band's playful semi-animated video by McClept below.

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Nashville Soccer Mommy releases “For Young Hearts" LP

Soccer Mommy (Sophie Allison) plays lo-fi bedroom pop soaked in melodic ennui. Today she's featured on OhMyRockness.com, check it out!





Mood Music: Sinless - "Cool"

Being cool definitely isn't a sin for local guitar pop group Sinless. Their new track, which debuted last week on the Wild Honey Pie, is a fuzzy bedroom pop song calling back to all the 60's era sounding love songs, hazed by dreamy vocals and adoring lyrics. 

It's the kind of track that you'll want to play over and over again, especially on this chilly morning. Enjoy "Cool" below and keep on the look out for Melodie, due out in October.





Krust Toons: "Krust Stars" by Teddy Hazard

Krust Toons: "Krust Stars" by Teddy 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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Pop & Obachan release two videos/singles from upcoming album 'Misc. Excellence'

What we want to see in an emerging band (and rarey notice) is constant improvement. And if somebody thinks constant improvement shouldn't be something that hard to achieve (don't we all constantly improve, after alll, at least for a while, if we keep at it?) well, that somebody is dead wrong. Yes, because making music (and art in general) means embracing a lifestyle of up and downs that often leaves the artist devoid of inspiration and creative energy: this happens because these days the products of creativity are nearly impossible to sell, and that's utterly depressing. Therefore to keep improving, as an artist, you've gotta be strong inside, have a separate job, keep a your art, believe in the dream when all evedence seems to point to doubt. 
That's why Pop & Obachan deserve huge praise: after releasing a great EP in 2015 (which was named NYC record of the month by this very blog), they recently dropped two beautifl new singles accompanied by self produced videos (we are streaming 'I Bet High" below, you can check out 'Bad Way' here) that show further progress, without losing any of their charmingly fresh and honest pop sound, which draws influence from Fleetwood Mac, Broadcast, Harry Nilsson and Camera Obscura. On October 7 they'll release their debut album Misc. Excellence, and celebrate at Our Wicked Lady with a live show on October 13. If you dig this song, go out to support them - that's what keeps the creative vibe going!

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