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KAINA “Could Be A Curse"

KAINA has released a third single and video called “Could Be A Curse”. The track is taken from her forthcoming debut album, Next To The Sun, and features Sen Morimoto, who also stars in the video.

Next To The Sun will be released on July 12th via Sooper Records and can be preorder here.

You can catch KAINA at Lincoln Hall on July 14th with Sen Morimoto, Luna Luna, Kara Jackson, and Kahekili.

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Single Premiere: Forever “How Sad”

We are proud to be able to premiere the debut single, “How Sad”, from Forever. This is a new project fronted by Jacob Rosenberg, and the single is taken from their forthcoming album, Ecstatics, which is due out September 1st.

The album was engineered by Dave Vettraino at Jamdek and Public House Recordings who has worked with Lala Lala, Deeper, Pool Holograph, and many others.

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Dan Rico "Together"

Dan Rico recently released a new single called “Together”. This closely follows Rico’s most recent EP, "Ba$ement P0p”, which was released back in March.

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Steve Slagg @ Hungry Brain (6/27)

Steve Slagg (FKA Youngest Son) is preparing to release his first album, Strange Flesh, in five years on June 27th. Slagg draws upon his personal experiences to create traditional piano-driven pop in the style of Randy Newman or Elton John.

You can help Slagg celebrate the release of the new album on June 27th at Hungry Brain with Allison Van Liere.

Photo by Jonathan Randall Grant

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Sir Mango @ Subt (Tonight, 6/19)

Sir Mango released their debut EP, "Whits”, today (6/19). This is the stripped down acoustic rock of Eric Doar (Tubs, Vox), Tion Burke (Guitfiddle, Bass, Vox), and Miles Eddy (Guitfiddle, Bass, Vox).

You can help the trio celebrate the release of their EP tonight, June 19th, at Subterranean with Strange Foliage, Origami Button, and Rainbow James.

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