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New Hurry Single Release Available for Streaming & Purchase

The trio of Hurry recently shared a new single release via Lame-O Records. “Frustrate You” stews in a reserved, reflective tempo as the lingering, melancholy, rainy day vibe plays out in delicate melodies. On its B-side, “An Element Of Surprise” picks up the pace, creating a sense of urgency and optimism over a final stand/opportunity. You can find Hurry sharing a billing this Friday, May 10 at Everybody Hits with Gladie and Happy Accidents.





New The Dove & The Wolf LP Available for Streaming & Purchase

The Dove & The Wolf just released their first full-length record, Conversations, via Tone Tree Music. Led by Paloma Gil and Louise Hayat, intertwined harmonies radiate in a soothing yet emotive manner. The delicate, crisp instrumental accompaniment perfectly complements the group's exquisite, wandering, daydream vocals. You can catch The Dove & The Wolf's record release show at Johnny Brenda's on Saturday, May 25, where they'll be supported by Shamir and Michelle Blades. (Photo by Marcus Maddox)





New Empath Album Available for Streaming & Purchase

Active Listening: Night on Earth, the full-length debut from the quartet of Empath, is now available via Get Better Records. Merging shimmering melodies with stormy, noise-effected discord, the band finds a catchy, chaotic balance. Groundswells of rhythm are countered by ethereal synth as the contrast of feathery-ferocity grabs one’s focus with an intriguing intensity. Get lost in its unpredictability. (Photo by Troy Memis)





New Pleasure Systems LP Available for Streaming & Purchase

Pleasure Systems is the soft pop alias of Clarke Sondermann, a Philadelphian who is also a member of the band The Washboard Abs. With Pleasure System’s newest release Terraform, Sondermann strives for intimacy and contact in a digital space, working within the paradox of separation and emotional distance during a time in which we are said to be closer than ever to one another. The stay relatively downtempo, with delicate synths and gentle rhythms swirling around Sondermann’s somber ruminations. Terraform is reminiscent of early 2000’s pop like The Postal Service, but is reimagined in the context of their contemporaries like Body Meat, Ada Babar, and Kasra Kurt. Tracks like “Milk & Honey” actively take time to delve into more experimental musical breaks, embarking into danceable sequences throughout the album. Terraform plays more like a warm herbal tea than a Four Loko, perfect for those quieter moments in this rainy season. - Josh Kelly





Krust Toons: "You're Booking Cover Bands Now?" by Tedd Hazard

Krust Toons: "You're Booking Cover Bands Now?" by Tedd Hazard - please feel free to drop him a line at teddandthehazards@gmail.com if you dig or have any funny ideas. You can also check out more of his illustrations and animation shorts HERE.

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