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New Track: "Mathed Up" - Soul Glo

An unrelenting, raw intensity streams from Soul Glo. Their latest single, “Mathed Up,” allows the flow of frustration over societal oppression to come to a lyrical head. Exploring the fervor of inequality in a densely-packed, musical window, the vocals hover between an unfiltered, furious scream and a crisper, hip-hop delivery; that combination creates a balanced, resounding impact. Soul Glo will be performing this evening at Everybody Hits, as part of the Mass Liberation Campaign Benefit, which also features Sammus, Pinkwash, and Likes. (Photo by Luke Mouradian)

Gnarcissists play free Baby’s All Right show 10.27

Gnarcissists are a rare band—raw and practically splitting apart with convulsive energy. Not that the sound is something unfamiliar, there’s a bit of The Stooges relentless garage rock energy, a twinge of Sex Pistols snarl, and enough drug references to bring the Velvet Underground to mind. But Gnarcissists’ newest EP, released earlier this month, captures that feeling of something alive happening in front of you in ways that many retro rock and rollers are unable to. The band plays next at Baby’s All Right on October 27 for a free show put on by Dr. Martens. – Cameron Carr


Krust Toons: "Been Done" by Tedd Hazard

Krust Toons: "Been Done" 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.


Surfbort shares their "Friendship Music," plays album release show at Baby's 10.27

There’s a cognitive dissonance seemingly inherent to New York punks Surfbort and their forthcoming record, Friendship Music. The record’s single “Pretty Little Fucker” is a fast and loose ride of chromatic chord changes and classic dissonant punk energy, with vocals from Dani Miller occasionally dipping from yelling sing-speak into melodic territory, leading one to believe that the choice of Friendship Music as a record title is some ironic inside joke given the track's aggressive nature. But in dissecting the band's lyrics, wherein Miller states she “feels so good, no alcohol, no booze” and “can really only get high off of you,” the heart soars for the genuine, authentic affection that informs the song. It’s a fun, fast example of the care at the core of punk music that’s often ignored by wider audiences - a beautiful, twisted pit of love that subverts expectations.

Surfbort will bring their punk-drenched empathy to Baby’s All Right on October 27th for their Friendship Music release party - it’s free if you RSVP ahead of time. Ahead of that, stream “Pretty Little Fucker” below. - Connor McInerney


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