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Slut Magic to play Planned Parenthood benefit concert at Trans-Pecos 02.14

With a name like Slut Magic, from the get-go it’s obvious this quartet makes no bones about being straightforward and political. “Slut” is such a loaded word, but for band founders Lauren Riucci and Emma Sky, it represents the assurance and indomitability that they want to reclaim through music. That music more than lives up to its aspirations; recalling the loud-soft-loud dynamics of grunge bands like Hole, Slut Magic knows how to balance every thrashing punk scream with moments of structural refinement (and vice versa). Slut Magic will play Trans-Pecos on Valentine’s Day, and will be donating all proceeds to Planned Parenthood - so if you’re looking to mosh for a cause this holiday, this might be the perfect opportunity. -Sunny Betz

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Ex Okays "Involvement"

Ex Okays have released a new single called “Involvement”. This is the DIY sounds of Aidan Cahill, Dominic Folino, Doñovan Thomas, Elias Snyder, and Johnny Cummings

You can catch Ex Okays at The Tube on February 19th with French Police and at Subterranean on March 11th with Spud Cannon, The Off Days, and more.

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Let's Pet "The Bluff"

The latest release from Migration Media is somewhat unique, Let’s Pet, was formed by three members of Teith, Billy Baumann, Lisa Shelley de Brauw, and Trevor Shelley de Brauw, along with Dan Staackmann. They went into the studio with Che Arthur back in 2012 and recorded an album called “The Bluff”.

At the time they had no release plans or label, but felt they need to get these songs out and recorded. The band went on hiatus and has yet to reform, but Migration Media will be releasing “The Bluff” on February 22nd.

You can preorder the album and stream its title track below.

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New Lizdelise LP Available for Streaming & Purchase

Holy Matrimony, the new, highly-anticipated album from Philly trio Lizdelise, is out now. There’s an elegant yet explosive, experimental dynamic at play. Those graceful, refreshing vocals serve as a calming, emotive force. With the ability to lyrically process while navigating personal circumstances, there’s a raw but refined element in these recordings - one that is precisely prepared and seasoned yet seems simultaneously spontaneous.





Graham Hunt "Leaving Silver City"

Graham Hunt of Sundial Mottos is preparing to release his solo debut album, Leaving Silver City, Via Forged Artifacts on February 22nd.

The latest single from the album is called “Every Person” and can be streamed below.

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