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New Mack Enemy Album Available for Streaming & Download

A new, self-titled release from Mack Enemy is here to pulverize your eardrums. Combative backend thrusts the songs forward as raw vocals lay down the gauntlet. Uncompromising quick-hitters are unleashed with cathartic, reckless abandon. Supported by TVO, Alien Birth, and The P’ids, you can find Mack Enemy’s tour kickoff on Saturday, May 25 (under the bridge).

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Korean Jeans “No Trust"

Experimental duo Korean Jeans released a new album, No Trust, last week. This is tortured tuba sounds of Beth McDonald and the drums, guitars, etc of Neal Markowski.

You can catch Korean Jeans on June 8th a Workshop 4200 as part of PRF BBQ 2019. The duo will also be doing a small tour around Lake Michigan August 8th to the 11th with Petrillo.

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New Music Video: "Hey There Big Boy" - Dominy

Featured on their forthcoming album Drugstore Cowboys, Dominy recently released a new video for “Hey There Big Boy”. Directed by Bob Sweeney, the footage finds its characters running/being dragged through a wooded area. A humorous altercation leaves two disposed of, while the victor leaves with a satchel. The song has a loose, laidback groove, illuminated by the swing of keys and at-ease run of the guitar. You can catch Dominy’s record release celebration at PhilaMOCA on Saturday, June 29, where they'll be supported by Ali Awan, Barney Cortez, and The Dawn Drapes.





CoryaYo “Orange Juice"

Beat Maker CoryaYo has released a new album called Orange Juice. This a breezy collection of juicy downtempo beats and ideas that feel complete on their own and ready for summer.

CoryaYo is also in a duo with local emcee Fooch the MC called Strangers Of Necessity.

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The Millennial Club's She's So Insane EP is fire you need to ignite your summer

The Millennial Club has just released their debut EP, She’s So Insane, and we should talk about just how insane it truly is. This band keeps creating an incredible mix of music that continues to impress me, given that the collection of songs on this new release are important to the success and growth they have experienced this past year. “MI” is by far the most accomplished, proving that they're raising the bar with a madcap collection of riffs, keyboards, synths, guitars, and even saxophones.

She’s So Insane makes you feel like time isn’t slipping away as fast as you may think. Their music sparks a warm and familiar glow that proves just how irresistible their music authentically is—an album to fuel your summer, every single day. Kayla Hay

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