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George Clanton plays Brooklyn Bazaar with Negative Gemini on 11.18 to celebrate new LP

Vaporwave artist George Clanton is performing at Brooklyn Bazaar on November 18 to celebrate the release of his latest LP, "200% Electronica," under his ESPRIT moniker. The album will be released on November 17 and comes packaged as a double LP with a re-release of Clanton's "100% Electronica."

Released in 2016, "100% Electronica" was a stark and forceful album that defined the vaporwave genre at its highest form of expression. Cuts like "Bleed," "Make You Cry," and "Warmspot" were synth-laden, emotionally haunting epics. Clanton will be joined at Brooklyn Bazaar by Negative Gemini. -juan leon



Fresh Buzz: Jane Church plays Mercury and Baby's All Right within two weeks

Jane Church is the kind nostalgically charged slacker rock that serves as a much-needed mile marker of the times. The man behind the moniker, Jackson Church, croons with a King Tuff-esque indifference about taking pills, vacant homes, empty streets, heartbreak, vandalism, pissing off bridges and the overall bizarre spirit of the age in debut tracks “Demolition USA” and “Streets Are Empty”.

Chuch’s songwriting tows the line between apocalyptic vision and protest. The simplicity of the acoustic rhythm guitars, “la-la-las” and single-note electric solos bring '70s Bob Dylan to mind, while the disillusionment inherent in the lyrical themes summons the same infinitely spiraling facetiousness as indie rock giants like Father John Misty and Foxygen. If Church aims to provide a provocative yet accurate soundtrack for our confused modern sociopolitical climate and time, he’s hitting the bullseye.

You can check out Jane Church’s set at Mercury Lounge this Saturday, November 18th or at Baby’s All Right on Monday, December 4th. Pick up a copy of the “Demolition USA” single through the link below. - Andrew Strader

Now that Christmas is around the corner I just want to remind you that the best gift for any occasion is a Rubik's Cube.

Future Generations premiere “One More Problem” video, play Rough Trade 12.03

It’s hard to act like you’re not enjoying yourself when you’re listening to Future Generations. The New York quintet’s dancey alt-pop bounces constantly with hooks and radio-leaning production. However, in the new video for “One More Problem” (directed by Joe Adcroft), frontman Eddie Gore somehow seems to not be enjoying himself. It might have something to do with his bandmates tying him up and playing their instruments while circling him at an uncomfortably close distance. He comes around eventually.

If you haven’t listened to the group’s 2016 self-titled debut you’ve been missing out. It’s a joyous celebration of guitar rock meets electro pop. “One More Problem,” released in July of this year, is the first glimpse of the band since that Frenchkiss Records debut and their first written entirely as a group. In some ways it’s more of the same, but even larger and shinier. The drums are larger than life, the guitars and synths flurry together in the background, and Gore spits lyrics with youthful charm and energy.

Future Generations is currently in studio with producer Justin Gerrish (Vampire Weekend) completing their second album for Frenchkiss, but you can catch them live December 3rd at Rough Trade with Modern Diet. – Cameron Carr


New Shawn Kilroy EP Available for Streaming & Purchase

Shawn Kilroy recently shared an eclectic EP, entitled Cheap Sneakers. Interlacing elements of folk, jazz, funk, psych, etc., the collection of tracks touches down across multiple landscape, taking root. That variation/unpredictability demonstrates refreshing depth and flexibility. Kilroy is slated to perform this Sunday, November 19 at Kung Fu Necktie, on a bill that also includes locals Lightninging and Shilpa Ray.

New Track: "Cannonball" - Zack Krall

After releasing his debut EP Shadow last spring, Zack Krall is back with a new recording. The first single off his forthcoming LP, “Cannonball,” casts a vision of rebellion. Krall narrates a tale of traveling from town to town to spread his words of protest via music. We're sure that it's a much-needed coping mechanism to help him make it through this current dystopia, living under the Cheeto-in-Chief.


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