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BAERD release challenging new single “If All Goes As Planned”

Following the release of “Out Of The” in late 2017, Boston folk collective BAERD have returned with a sonically ambitious new single titled “If All Goes As Planned”. BAERD, fronted by singer/guitarist Isaiah Baerd, have a penchant for composing progressive, and often times challenging neo-folk music, evocative of modern new wave folk bands like Fleet Foxes and Sufjan Stevens. “If All Goes As Planned” plays out as more of a score than a song, jumping between mixed meters and instrumental swells accompanying Baerd’s whimsical growl. Both “Out Of The” and “If All Goes As Planned” are featured singles from BAERD’s forthcoming full length album Crete, due to arrive this Summer. Check out “If All Goes As Planned” below. -Charley Ruddell





Harry Teardrop premieres dream pop “Chinatown” single

Harry Teardrop makes the kind of hazy, daydream-inducing bedroom pop that you can get lost in. New single “Chinatown” is no exception, but it works the smooth, jazzy undertones to more soothing ends. Teardrop—a.k.a. NYU student Harrison Li—crafts indie music that’s unafraid to be pop and, in this case, unafraid to be ‘80s style romantic. Originally written for Li’s senior prom as a slow dancing song for his band to play, “Chinatown” is a lo-fi ballad with nonchalant cool. Listen below and be sure to catch Harry Teardrop opening for Dolly Spartans on February 11th at Trans-Pecos. –Cameron Carr</p>

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New Greg Mendez LP Available for Streaming & Purchase

Greg Mendez just released his first full band album, & Gum Trash, backed by Evan Bernard (The Superweaks), Ian Farmer (Modern Baseball, Slaughter Beach, Dog), and Cody Wren (Decent). Contagious, concise instrumentation attaches to personally-connecting lyrics, tying the listener into the narratives. The recordings welcome you into a new, musical house, which soon feels like a friendly, familiar home. This Sunday, February 11, Boot & Saddle will be hosting Mendez’s record release show, where he'll be support by Shannen Moser, Neil O'Neil, and Queen Jesus. (Photo by SJ Penchenski)





Secret Crush brings fuzz-soaked indie rock to Elsewhere 02.12

While Secret Crush’s music clearly comes with heavy debts to shoegaze, the band’s incorporation of indie rock immediacy gives them an added dimension. With guitars covered in fuzz and dripping reverb, there’s still plenty of the trademark shoegaze wash of sound, but the vocals tend to sit more upfront and there’s a tendency toward riffing that’s rarely seen in the genre. For fans of moody, effects-laden music, Secret Crush offers an excellent gateway to the more experimental corners of the shoegaze world. Get a taste of that sound when the band headlines Elsewhere on February 12th.

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Mammals release "The Hours"

Mammals have released a new single “The Hours b/w Tracks”. Mammals is the work of Dan Wendt, Crawfie Ward, and Brian Demski, and “The Hours” is the perfect example of the jangly indie pop they can create.

You can catch Mammals with Organ Wolf at Montrose Saloon on April 28th.

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