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Jamila Woods "Eartha"

Jamila Woods has released a new single, “Eartha”, from her forthcoming LP, LEGACY! LEGACY!, which is due out May 10th via Jagjaguwar & Closed Sessions.

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David Darrko "Cruise"

David Darrko has released a new single called “Cruise”. This is his first single since releasing his solo debut EP, "Suffer Suburbia", last year.

As with his EP, “Cruise” has a driven groove which served Darrko’s seductive falsetto perfectly.

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New The Madalean Gauze Band LP Available for Streaming & Purchase

Nothing Feels Beautiful Anymore, the bewitching new LP from The Madalean Gauze Band, has freshly arrived. An enchanting, psych-rock excursion grabs your attention, and pulls you into the group's orbit. A strange, mysterious, magical aura is counterbalanced by incisive, personal narratives. Boot & Saddle will be hosting the band’s album release on Saturday, April 20 (4/20), supported by Garden Gate and Pouring Silver.





Owltree

Owltree has released a new Lezter produced album called “Lost City Cult”. The prolific emcee has released a slew of albums over the last six months, but kicked it all off last November with an introspective self-titled album.

The mysterious Owltree suffers from Depersonalization/Derealization Disorder, and this leaves him feeling disconnected from reality. We hope through this music that he is finding a way to not just connect for brief moments to reality, but connect to understanding and open listeners.

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Reptilian Elite bring their classic indie rock to The Well on 04.06

Take the simultaneously gritty and polished instrumental style of groups like Television and Talking Heads, sprinkle some indie undertones, and then add a Morrisseyesque vocal delivery for a cherry on top and watch it shape-shift into a twenty-first-century group from NYC called Reptilian Elite. The band is back after a small break and has added Sam Grossman (not pictured) on bass to the line-up, assigning guitar duties to Dylan Kelly and Pablo Narea and freeing Eamon Rush to unleash his full vocal prowess. Their style is classic NYC: open dress shirts, sharpei boots, worn out chucks, and some good old indie rock. The group will be keeping their new run going by playing The Well Public House in Brooklyn April 6. - Rene Cobar

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