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Al Harper brings breezy indie rock to Abbey's Tavern (6.2)

The delicacy of Oakland-based Al Harper’s jangly, soft rock solo project is reminiscent of dreamy vocals of the indie pop duo Tennis, but with her own added edge. Her breezy falsetto carries the listeners through angsty lyrics with ease, like the school-girl sounding “The New You” (streaming below) where she sings about a person that’s changed but “it’s cool, I still want the new you.” There’s an empowerment behind her effortless sound as she embraces femininity in a way that brings her up to the ranks of other beloved female artists like Snail Mail and Evil Seagull. She will be celebrating the release of her tape About Power and to play a few unreleased tracks on June 2 at Abbey's Tavern. - Lilly Milman, photo by Kelsey McClellan 





The King of Mars “For A Ride"

The King of Mars is a 7 piece rock and funk band that formed in 2015 at Columbia College. Today they released their new single, “For A Ride”, across all major platforms. The single is filled powerful horns and the vocals of John Bruner.

You can catch The King of Mars at SPACE on June 22nd with The Dip.

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Friday Pilots Club "Gold & Bones"

Friday Pilots Club have released an amazing John LeVert directed video for their new single “Gold and Bone”. This is the indie pop sounds of Caleb Hitunen and Drew Polovick, and the duo's third new single of 2018.

Last month the band released a video for “Would You Mind”, and in March they released “Bad As Hell”.

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Spyder Ryde @ Sleeping Village (5/25)

Spyder Ryde is the trio of Jessie Oleson, Zohair Hussain, and Sarah Jane Quillin ( Desert Liminal). The trio released their first single, the dream-pop gem “Best Behavior”, back in February.

You can catch Spyder Ryde at Sleeping Village on May 25th with Hi-Ker, Copilot, and Rafting.

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New Track: "Apollo" - Past Life

Past Life has a new single, “Apollo,” out now via Drexel University's MAD Dragon Records. A nod to Greek & Roman mythology, the track exhibits an inherent enthusiasm as well as a deep yearning. From a jogging start to all-out sprint, there’s the feel of burgeoning romance, joyously catching fire in melodic, pop power. The B-side is an acoustic take, whose bare piano-lead provides a confessional ballad approach.

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