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New Poor Devils EP Available for Streaming & Purchase

Psych/surf/garage rockers Poor Devils sound like they are up to no good on their new EP Idaho. From the get-go, a dark cloud hovers over the outlaw tales strung together by the Philly four-piece. It's a menacing yet mesmerizing batch of recordings that's the perfect soundtrack for a good night of drinkin', brawlin', and even a little lovin'. Simply badass!





Dark Thoughts S/T LP Being Reissued via Get Better Records

Adrenalized, rowdy, instantly catchy punk that sprints from the start, Dark Thoughts' self-titled album doesn’t let up. About a year after its vinyl/digital release on Stupid Bag Records, the LP is scheduled to be reissued on cassette/digital via Get Better Records on April 20. The band finds a balance between ripping aggression and enthusiastic adhesion. Step out of that late week sleepwalking state, and kick things into high gear.





New Track: "Dark Times" - Commonwealth Choir

Know Hope Records recently issued a compilation to benefit the ACLU. Solidarity in Sounds features 22 songs from 22 bands, and "Dark Times" was contributed by Commonwealth Choir. The track serves as a gritty, bass-driven point of opposition, stepping forward when things aren't right. It captures the band’s omnipresent ability to find a good hook; however, this message is delivered with a show of force and some snarl. Give it a spin, and stick together in supporting the ACLU.





Bonzie "Fading Out"

Bonzie released a new single this week from her forthcoming LP, Zone On Nine, which is due out on May 19th.





NOIA's recycled sonic collages live at Baby's All Right on 04.22

NOIA is a sonic force to be reckoned with (and her taste for fashion is also remarkable). Having a professional background in sound design, mastermind Gisela Fulla-Silvestre creates entire noise foundations for her songs. Recycling and layering sonic artifacts like distortion trash and excess sound bites from films, the NYC via Spain producer creates sonic collages that serve as a bed on which her sensual vocals can lay. Her work, over anything else, feels artful, less focused on pleasantries and entertainment value and more on pushing the boundaries of electro-pop. Catch her next show at Baby’s All Right on April 22nd with (ex New Yorker) Lydia Ainsworth. - Andrew Strader

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