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New Track: "26th Amendment" - Suburban Living

Accompanying the the third season of the More Perfect podcast, 27: The Most Perfect album consists of 27 original songs inspired by the Amendments. Suburban Living addresses the 26th Amendment; the warmth and sincerity of the vocals ride the smooth waves of clean guitar licks, synth and percussion. Meshing the coming of age innocence of youthful perspective with dire consequences of war, the track pushes the importance of making one’s voice heard via the voting process.  Suburban Living is slated to support Hellogoodbye and Family of Geniuses at a pair of sold-out shows at Boot & Saddle on October 15 & 17. (Photo by Kelly Kurteson)





New Garden Gate EP Available for Streaming & Purchase

An eerie, experimental familiarity invites one into Flower Crowns, the new EP from Garden Gate, a.k.a. Tim Meskers (Brown Recluse, White Candles). An enchanting, keys-driven, psych-pop daydream unfolds as the vocals hypnotically soothe. A bridge between baroque and the futuristically vivid, the songs create a world where one is simultaneously welcome to explore yet wary of. Let the music be your guide as you venture into a space where you’ve never been, but vaguely remember.





BOYTOY bring their coast-to-coast vision to Australia on 9.27

BOYTOY are a self-described “summer strut down a New York sidewalk,” but their most recent effort (and sophomore release) Night Leaf is the product of a West Coast environment, recorded at Pump House Studio in Topanga Canyon, California. The synthesis of a bi-coastal environment is immediately apparent on Night: we’re presented with tight, sundrenched guitar lines interwoven between raucous, New York-punk inspired vox and lyrics, manifesting a final product that reads as Mike Love by-way-of the Lower East Side. While many bands struggle to break free from the musical zeitgeist of their home environment, BOYTOY effortlessly bounds outwards into new sonic territory on Night Leaf, proving themselves as one of the more adaptable and exciting bands in NYC today.

BOYTOY will bring their coast-to-coast vision to new shores this September as they embark on their tour of Australia, beginning at Collingwood’s The Tote on 9/27. You can find the rest of their Aussie dates here - in the meantime, check out their video for “NY Rip Off” below if you want a taste of their Northeast origins. -Connor Beckett McInerney (@b_ck_tt)





Yarrow

Yarrow released a new album via Manic Static earlier this month called “Cluster". This is the ethereal ambient music mixed with dreamy bedroom folk, and field recordings of Devin Shaffer. “Cluster" is her third full-length release and perhaps her most fully realized.

Photo By Ryan Edmund

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New Cherry EP Available for Streaming & Purchase

Cherry is getting set to hit the road with Tigers Jaw for the 10th anniversary of the Scranton outfit's self-titled LP. Russell Edling and friends will also have a new EP in tow. Strong is the latest release from Philadelphia's own Lame-O Records, and it features the label's head honcho Eric Osman on drums/percussion. The album was co-produced by Three Man Cannon's Matt Schimelfenig, who also lends his talents on keys. Cherry is currently scheduled to perform next in Philly on Friday, November 2 at Everybody Hits.

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