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Modern Vices "All You Got"

Modern Vices have released the first single, “All You Got” from their forthcoming album, If Only, which is due out on October 24th.

You can help Modern Vices celebrate the release of their new album album on October 24th at Schubas with Julius Dolls and Cold Beaches.

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Sun Speak "Moon Preach"

Sun Speak has released the first two singles, “Mbira” and “Jagged Midnight”, from their forthcoming fourth studio album, Moon Preach. The album is due out on October 25th via Flood Music and was recorded in a one-room house in rural New Hampshire.

This is the instrumental Chamber Rock of Matt Gold (guitar, bass, lap steel, analog synthesizer, harmonium) and Nate Friedman (percussion), along with Dan Pierson on Wurlitzer, analog synthesizer.

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Boo Baby “Jazz?"

If there music wasn’t so compelling you would almost think Boo Baby is the punchline to some kind of Joke. What do you get when cross a filmmaker, Robert Salazar, a comedian, Kevin Tellie, and a MFA in printmedia, Thomas Hudson? Well, the answer is Boo Baby and the trio recently released a 9-minute single called “Jazz?”.

This is the band’s second single of 2019, following “Oh Shit” which was released back in June.

You can catch Boo Baby on November 24th at The Owl with Close Talker and Brass Calf.

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Berta Bigtoe “Bubbe’s Blintzness”

Berta Bigtoe recently released their second single of 2019 and second on the label Acrophase Records, “Bubbe’s Blintzness”.

The band recently relocated to Chicago from Boston and are bringing with a sound that could be compared to hometown fav’s Whitney or Portland’s Ages and Ages.

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Sis plays Amnesia October 17

Photo credit Andrew Paynter

Berkeley-based Sis is playing Amnesia tonight to celebrate the release of their sophomore album, Gas Station Roses (Native Cat Recordings). The band, led by singer and multi-instrumentalist Jenny Gillespie Mason, has a soulful psych rock feel with Peter Gabriel and Talking Heads influences alongside Afropop and Japanese pop. Sis is composed of Mason and two members from the band Meerna, Carly Bond (electric guitar, flutes, vocals) and Rob Shelton (synths, programming) who help bring this album into the new dimensions. Come check them out tonight with Lalin St. Juste and Sitka Sun.  - Lucille Faulkner

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