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Glass Slipper rips through fast-paced fuzz punk

The artwork for Glass Slipper’s 2016 demos is a photo of the band, but only of one pair of feet. It’s fitting, yet not. On one hand, the group’s sound is obscured, guitars hidden in fuzz, vocals distorted in that special, half-busted dive bar sound system sort of way. On the other hand, Glass Slipper is totally in your face. Everything is loud, compressed into a bundle of fiery garage rock with drums banging incessantly and voices never dropping below a snarl. Though the band hasn’t followed up that three track demo, they’ve kept busy and buzzing with bookings including the recent Pizzafest V and the upcoming Northside Festival. Take a listen to Glass Slipper’s demo below. – Cameron Carr





Maps & Atlases "Ringing Bell"

Maps & Atlases announced last month that they were returning with a new LP called Lightlessness Is Nothing New. The album, their first since 2012, will be released on June 1st via Barsuk Records and is their first album without Erin Elders.

Below is the lyric video for the LP’s second single “Ringing Bell” and the first single “Fall Apart”.

You can catch Maps & Atlases at Lincoln Hall on June 28th with Prism Tats.

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Courtesy @ The Hideout

Courtesy recently released their third album, Hey, via Moon Glyph. This is the follow-up to 20015’s Slow Bruise, and the trio’s first release since adding Doug Malone.

 

Below is the NSFW video for the album’s title track. It demonstrates the band unique blend of electronics, hushed vocal harmonies, and Psychedelic funk.

Courtesy will celebrate the new album on May 12th at The Hideout with Malci and SPVD (Josh Condon from Glyders).

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New Track: "For Sure" - Low Dose

Fight Amp's Mike McGinnis, Jon DeHart, and Dan Smith have teamed up with Itarya Rosenberg (formerly of Legendary Divorce) to bring us Low Dose. “For Sure” serves as the debut single from the band’s completed but yet-to-be-released debut self-titled LP. Formidable rhythms plow a path to the door in the form of a grunge breakup track. Itarya’s vocals exhibit both a sensitivity and strength. The blend of raw pain and power are the natural forces that bind this promising combination together.





Indie Rock

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Band name: 
The Vaughns
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https://www.facebook.com/thevaughnsnj
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Knitting Factory
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