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Lush Buffalo - Grunge Destruction in "Munson" Music Video

Toronto grungers Lush Buffalo released a brand new music video earlier this summer for their latest single “Munson”. This track is catchy and leans more towards the alt-rock side of their grunge sound. They’re just lightly accepting a little pop punk influence which is cool and helps add a bit of an extra earworm. They cause serious destruction in this video and you can witness similar distruction live at Monarch Tavern on August 22nd when Lush Buffalo performs with The Take, Day Trip and Blue Dream. – Kris Gies

 





Univore "Cheeseburger Beach" Video

Univore has released a great vintage video for “Cheeseburger Beach” from their forthcoming sixth album “Conch”. The new album is set to be released on September 14th.

Univore is the ’70’s tinged psych rock of David Bachmann and Nicholas Flandro.

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Native Sun talk about Pedals on Delicious Audio + play El Cortez on 08.16

Brooklyn Native Sun's fast paced and heavy handed mix of garage and psych rock has earned a space in the soundtrack to our summer 2018 trips. Their recent EP "Songs Born from Love and Hate" features many flavors of fuzzed-out guitars, so we thought it might be interesting to ask the band a few questions about their pedals and  gear - check out the link below, and see them live at NYC's El Cortez on August 16.

Native Sun interview about Pedals and Gear





Uglybones “Sunshine"

Punk bank Uglybones released their sophomore record, Sunshine, today, August 15th, via Don’t Panic Records. The album focuses on a single day in someone’s life and the array of emotions and activities that may take place.

You can help the band celebrate the release on August 17th at Galaxie 2.0 (4437 N. Ravenswood) and on Sept. 8th at Cobra Lounge.

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New Track: "Mean Spirit" - Missing Earth

“Mean Spirit” is featured on Gold, Flour and Salt, the debut album from Missing Earth. Coming out from the menacing darkness, with a celestial tone, the track accelerates into the wide-open. There’s a strange familiarity that provides a lonely disconnect. It appears to move one further away, exploring one's own mind, while severing ties in the process.

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