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Ami Saraiya & The Outcome "Soundproof Box"

Soundproof Box is the new full-length album from Ami Saraiya & The Outcome. This is the follow-up to last year's ep, Purging, and her first full-length since 2009's Archaeologist. The album was produced and arranged by Mark Messing (Mucca Pazza), and it further blurs the lines between jazz, pop, and indie rock. The album kicks off with perhaps my favorite track, "I'm Pregnant" and its accordion filled haze. Soundproof Box will be released nationally on June 19th.

MP3: Ami Saraiya & The Outcome "I'm Pregant"

You can catch Ami Saraiya & The Outcome at the CD Release event on April 21st at Old Town School of Folk Music at 7:30pm.

Photo by CB Lindsey

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Maps and Atlases "Fever"

Maps and Atlases have released another single from their new LP Beware & Be Grateful which comes out today, April 17th from Barsuk Records.

The band's big spring tour kicks off at Metro on May 11th.

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My My My "Hard Kisses"

My My My have released a new video for their track "Hard Kisses" which was illustrated and edited by band member Sarah Snow. The track comes from their 2011 release Wishing You Whatever's Best.

You can catch My My My and hear them debut some new tunes at Subterranean on May 6th with Cold Blue Kid, Dolphins, and Videotape.

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Fotosputnik

The Psych-rock trio Fotosputnik has released a free digital single called "Montag/Carol". The recorded these tracks a couple of years ago, but have decided to release them digitally for their fans. You can grab the tracks from the band's website.

Fotospuntik released their sophomore album Idiolects last fall via The Static Cult Label. The band is working on a new ep that they plan to release in the next few weeks.

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Al Scorch "Tired Ghostly Town"

Al Scorch and his backing band, The Country Soul Ensemble, return with Tired Ghostly Town on May 21st. The band includes the talented former member of Elf Power and several Elephant 6 bands, Laura Carter on Clarinet. In the band you will find fiddles, organs, trumpets, accordions, suitcases, and so many more instruments. Al Scorch is known for his big time banjo playing, fast-paced and jubilant anthems, and the stories he tells in song.

Tired Ghostly Town will be released by Plan-It-X South on May 21st. Check out "Working Dream" from the album below.

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