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Indie Rock

Deli NYC Premiere: The YeahTones release new single "Son of a Gun" ahead of new EP

Just in time for you to blast it through your speakers with the top down, The YeahTones have released their newest single "Son of a Gun" ahead of their new EP Lightning, which is set to drop this fall. They return on this track with the same brash rock that drove listeners to a frenzy on 2016's Eviction Notice; front man Jake Pinto's voice comes screaming like a set of wheels peeling out of a driveway, with the rest of the band fueling the roaring engine as they take your eardrums at 100 miles an hour down a desert road. Grammy-nominated engineer Claudius Mittendorfer mixed the track; he's known for his work with Weezer and Panic at the Disco. On top of that, "Son of a Gun" was also recently featured in Season 8 of Shameless. Watch for Lightning to drop this fall, and listen to "Son of a Gun" below. - Will Sisskind

PK Flyer Covers Mr. Rogers

PK Flyer is the solo project of Paul Karner (Ragged Claws), but on his latest project he enlisted some talented friends including Seth Vanek (Roommate), Andrew Trim (Hanami), Aaron Mitter, Stuart Seale, Amy Myers, and Doug Rosenberg.

His new project is an EP called “Please Don’t Think It’s Funny” and is a collection of four Mr. Rogers covers. This EP is timed perfectly with the current documentary of Fred Rogers and is performed with the genuine sincerity that they deserve. This is Karner’s first release since 2015’s collaboration with DH Currier.

You can help PK Flyer pay tribute to Mr. Rogers on August 15th at The Whistler.


Like Herding Cats share video for “Affliction” + play Coney Island Baby on 08.09

It's been over four years since Like Herding Cats put out proper studio recordings of new material.  With the recent release of their Curious Faces EP, the band delivers five creatively stimulating and impeccably recorded tracks.  Along with the record comes the accompanying music video for their single “Affliction”, streaming below.  Employing his own Carousel Media House video production company, frontman Dom P produced and directed this visually striking achievement. Filmed in a historic Catskills home, the imagery depicts a stylish but troubled woman with precise quick cuts and focused details. The song itself is a brilliant update on the very best elements of mid-80's-to-early-90's alternative pop.  From the opening three snare drum shots, warm keyboard pads, quick pulsing bass guitar and distinctive repeated sonic hook--echoed by overlaying guitar licks--every note has it's place and purpose. Like Herding Cats play next at Coney Island Baby on 8/9 with Slowness, Heavy Birds and Holy Tunics. - Dave Cromwell

Lollygagger @ Cole's (8/17)

Lollygagger is releasing their debut EP, "Life on Terminus" via Midwest Action on August 17th. With a name like Lollygagger you may be expecting slacker rock, but this band is very active both musically and politically. Their sound is a little ’90’s alternative, a little punk, and a little something all their own.

You can help Lollygagger celebrate the release on August 17th at Cole’s with Woongi, Bad Bad Meow, and FUUR.


Bike Cops

Bike Cops recently released their self-titled debut album via Cleveland’s Jurassic Pop. This five piece band has been together since 2012 and have been building to this album for awhile. They blend dream pop with psych rock to create a really compelling sound. There are many standout tracks on this album, but our favorite is the single “Doors” with it’s jangle-pop, driving bass line, and catchy melody.


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