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New Video: "Everything" - Psychic Teens

Psychic Teens' new video transforms a status quo children’s party into a rockin' one. Directed by Eric Bresler, with Bob Sweeney handling cinematography, the post-punks take the stage at PhilaMOCA to a crowd of raucous children who smack balloons and eat/fight with cake to the downhill, hazy thump of  “Everything”. The song is featured on the band’s new album NERVE available via SRA Records. You can party along with Psychic Teens at their record release show on Saturday, May 28 at Johnny Brenda’s with Vivatape and Mt. Billions.





PREMIERE: KULULULU - "#14"

 *photo by Hasmood

KULULULU are that kind of band that cover all bases during a performance. Not only is their music premium for jumping around and getting a bit crazy, but their costumes, crowd enthusing dancers and interesting monologues keep you glued and entertained throughout their whole set.

Their new video, "#14," couldn't be more fitting a video for them to release. Simple and somewhat complex, the video centers around a creepy mask and dancing around in a parking garage. Its artsy, its awesome, and it'll have you anticipating what they're going to do next. You'll see.

Check out the strange intrigue of "#14" below.

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New Thin Lips LP Available for Streaming

The highly energetic, rumbling, emotive anthems of quartet Thin Lips will release its debut album Riff Hard via Lame-O Records on May 20, and is available for streaming now over at SPIN. Packing a riff-fueled punch and combating that with a sensitive narrative skin, the band converts internal pensiveness into outward power. Catch their record release show this Friday at Everybody Hits with Casey Magic, Pine Barons, Lowercase Roses and Pure Pop!





Kohoutek Opening for Dead Meadow at Underground Arts May 13

The rocket-fueled, over-driven sonic exploits of Kohoutek are set to launch from Underground Arts this evening. One braces for the long haul as this crew’s mind-warping noise-psych union shakes the foundation, bridging new connections amid the chaotic afterburn. Lock yourself in, hold on tight and enjoy the ride. Tonight, they’ll be joined on a billing that embraces the heavy, as the haunting rumble of Gondola creates a path to the grunge-shoegaze of Creepoid and the raunchy psych of Dead Meadow. Underground Arts, 1200 Callowhill St., 9pm, $14, 21+ - Michael Colavita





Scantron Opening for Kid Congo and The Pink Monkey Birds at KFN May 13

In the past three decades, Kid Congo Powers has been active in some of the most iconic, genre-defining bands in garage rock. Previously involved with The Cramps, The Gun Club, and Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds, it’s safe to say he’s got his garage rock chops. These days, the project that serves as his main creative outlet is dubbed The Pink Monkey Birds, and they stay faithful to the Kid’s celebrated noise-laden, macabre, dirty garage roots. This Friday, the group is coming to Kung Fu Necktie with openers Scantron, a band appropriately committed to gritty garage rompers and who have pledged fealty to the tradition pioneered by Kid Congo’s efforts. The guitar buzz and the energy feel distinctly punk influenced, but Scantron reintroduces a 50's style twist and swing motif to their back-looking method. The result gives the band more of a party energy, with soulful hooks and a persistent pace that are designed to get your feet moving. Also, catch The Whips for more slap-back 50's style hooks and bad boy greaser vibes. Kung Fu Necktie, 1250 N. Front St., 7pm, $12, 21+ - Bryce Woodcock

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