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The Carvels NYC
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Debut Sieve EP Available for Streaming & Purchase

Em Boltz (Corey Flood, Mallrat), Emily Lyon (Wilt), Madeline Rafter (Snake Boy Gang, The Original Crooks and Nannies), and Rachie Weisberg (Yeah, Baby) creatively combine as Sieve. Three Secrets, the debut EP from the quartet, was recently released via Fire Talk Records. Twisted, interlocking gears form unexpected, timely grooves at abrupt angles, unifying unique pieces. Those abbreviated mischievous carnival visions showcase a playful darkness.





New Track: "Part of the High is the Chase Itself" - Forever Vista

Recorded live at the their practice space, Forever Vista recently dropped their new single, “Part of the High is the Chase Itself”. It’s a fuzz-fueled freight train that comes at you hard and fast. But don't fret - enjoy the high! The Philly quartet is scheduled to race through Ortlieb's on Sunday, June 10, rounding out a bill that also includes The Mojo Machine and People Like You.





A Deli Premiere: new psych-pop single from Beechwood

Beechwood’s specialty is classic garage rock with a psych tinge. Sometimes it’s in-your-face, loud and proud punk, sometimes it’s syrupy indie pop, but the New York trio pretty much has their thing figured out. The group’s newest single, “Boy Before,” hits closer to the later with a glam rock guitar riff introducing a Jesus and Mary Chain-esque haze. Guitarist/vocalist Gordon Lawrence in particular shines on the track with an almost sleazily enticing, half-murmured vocal delivery. The track comes in advance of Inside The Flesh Hotel (preorder it here), out June 8 on Alive Records, and a string of European tour dates. Take a listen to “Boy Before” below. Beechwood is currently touring Europe – Cameron Carr





Pllush releases single "Big Train" in anticipation of debut LP 'Stranger to the Pain'

“Big Train” (streaming below) is the third and final single to be released off San Francisco-based quartet Pllush’s (formerly known as Plush) forthcoming debut LP Stranger to the Pain. The guitar-driven track showcases an intense collision between shoegaze, indie and pop. Self-described as “sob rock,” Pllush’s sound is unique; overlaying fuzzy guitars with emotional lyrics creates a gut-wrenching chorus (“Who’s gonna love me more / when I’m crying in the middle of the night? / Maybe I’m feeling torn / because nothing ever comes out right”) with a power that grows with each repetition, until it eventually explodes in a surprising mix of pop harmonies and grungey lead vocals. The full album will be released on June 8 and Pllush will be celebrating the record release that night at Bottom of the Hill. - Lilly Milman

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