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New Track: "No Surprise" - Trilobytes

Pairing lyrical lines with opposing viewpoints, “No Surprise,” the latest single from Trilobytes, covers multiple angles. Building from a somewhat menacing guitar riff and then marching on, the track’s subject appears to consider the possibilities without locking into a particular path. Sitting in the middle of dueling outlooks, a resignation of optimism appears to win out, but not before a brooding, instrumental foray.

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Minor Moon release "Sacrificial Animal" @ The Hideout tonight! (8/17)

Minor Moon released a new single this week called “Sacrificial Animal” via Ruination Record Company. This is the band’s second single this year following up March’s “It’s Okay”. Both singles are leading towards the band’s second full-length album which is planned for early 2019.

You can help the band celebrate the new single tonight, August 17th, at The Hideout with Angela James and S.M. Wolf.

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Spritzer premieres video for "Jean & Helene"

NYC's Spritzer, the side project of Friend Roulette's Matthew Flory Meade, is a band of skilled musicians who, refreshingly, don't take themselves too seriously. The songs from their debut album, Love. Lies. Decay. showcase for pop that at once refind and high energy, with inflections of early-aughts indie reminiscent of Arcade Fire, but also sophisticated pop up from the late '80s/early '90s like Prefab Sprout and The The. Songs like Jean & Helene, whose video was premiered a few days ago, are a rollicking ride, with relentless uptempo drums, reverb-laden vocals, and swirling synth lines that lend an air of the mystical to the already dream-like tunes. This is definitely a new NYC band to keep an ear on. - Ethan Ames





Ohmme “Peach"

Ohmme has released a third single, “Peach”, from their forthcoming LP, Parts, which will be released on August 24th via Joyful Noise.

You can help Ohmme celebrate the release of Parts at Thalia Hall on August 25th.

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Hitter

Hitter is a supergroup of DIY Chicago’s Garage Punk featuring Hanna "Hazard" Johnson (Vocals) and Madalyn "Maddog" Garcia (Bass) of Lil Tits with Ryan "Wizkid" Wizniak (Drums) of Meat Wave and Adam "Lucky" Luksetich (Guitar) of Foul Tip.

Hitter released collection of demos digitally and on cassette last week and it is filled with raw, dirty, gritty rock.

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