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Memory Tapes release Video + Play Music Hall on June 25

Since Memory Tapes was born, New Yorkers can't really say that New Jersey is uncool anymore. The (one man) band will take a break from work the second, as yet untitled, album to play some headline dates and festivals this summer, including Music Hall of Williamsburg on June 25 and a series of dates in Europe. Meanwhile, Jamie Harley has made a video for Seek Magic's standout track, 'Bicycle.'


Katie Mullins plays residency at Pete's Candy Store in July

Light and airy, with a soft acoustic guitar giving way to soothing, rich vocals, Brooklyn-based singer-songwriter Katie Mullins is sure to capture the attention of those who love the simplicity of chick indie rock with her latest album, Pastoral. At first listen the lyrics seem to be basic storytelling, offering anecdotes that remind you of easier, younger days, but Mullins has a way of catching your ear with a line that speaks straight to the heart. Her diverse background, spanning from acting to opera, is apparent in her experimental style, which comes across as strong as it is subtle. With a month-long residency quickly approaching at Pete’s Candy Store this July, Katie Mullins has seamlessly weaved her way through music, lyrics, and the Brooklyn indie scene. Katie's next show will be at cozy Northeast Kingdom on June 27. – CM


Kind of Guy Video

Finally the much anticipated and very trippy new video from YAWN for their track “Kind of Guy” has been released. Don’t forget to download their debut ep and the remix ep for free at their website.


Wolfgang Hair

Sean Hernandez has released three vinyl projects in his career as Chicago Skyway, but these releases show a clear reverence for the history of house music in Chicago. His latest effort, Wolfgang Hair Ep, was released in March by Uzuri Recordings and is a fine mixture of deep house, acid, and experimentation. Hernandez is among a growing number of producers in the city working hard to preserve the sound and the history of house music.


The Spooks Release Sleepy Monsters 7” and Plan Summer Tour

I’m thinking if The Spooks don’t headline next year’s Zombie Beach Party, then I might have to boycott it. I’m just sayin’. Here’s a taste from their latest 7” Sleepy Monsters called "Sleepy Sleepy" that they’ll be touring nationally in support of this summer. Take a listen. You tell me if they should be playing at a beach party for the living dead. The Spooks will also be coming out with their debut LP which they are recording with Adam Granduciel from The War on Drugs and will be releasing it on Trig Club, a new label started by the bloggers behind Yvnyl and Frightened By Bees. - H.M. Kauffman


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