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Fauvely

Fauvely is the work of Sophie Leigh (Videotape, Astrobrite). She is preparing to release her debut solo EP, Watch Me Overcomplicate This, on March 24th. Below is the EP’s title track and lead single.

You can catch Fauvely with Dollys on March 7th at The Burlington.

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CRAZY BONES - "COSMIC DRIPS" EP

Toronto band CRAZY BONES will be releasing a new EP next week and have dropped the first music video from the album. "Melting" begins with a dreamy guitar lick drenched in reverb before getting cranked up starting with a thumping bass guitar. The guitar shreds and the drums are hittin' hard. They return to the groovy-ness heard earlier for the chorus but without losing all the fuzz. It almost feels like the song is gonna end until they wail on an almost doom-like instrumental with some added trippy synth. This tune keeps your ears fresh and it still has a catchy enough chorus to still feel like a real song. If you're into fuzzy garage like Ty Segall then you'll have to give this video a peep. Their EP release party is on March 2nd at the Bovine Sex Club along with Brenda, Jean Daddy and Milhouse. 10 bucks to get in, 5 buck for a tape. - Kris Gies

 

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Previous Deli NYC Band of the Month, fr eg e, premiere new single, play Drexler's 3/7

The music of fr eg e lies somewhere along the crossroads of electro-soul and pop, but to rope them squarely into any set genre would likely be doing the band a disservice. Brooklyn-based by way of Mexico City, fr eg e melds smart pop-writing sensibilities with fickle rhythms and time signature shifts--crafting a dynamic sound that reflects the fractured spelling in the band's moniker. The oftentimes near virtuosic playing, of course, alludes to the band's jazz background, but what really make fr eg e stand out amidst seas of incredibly talented, technical players is the electro-flourishes that garnish their recordings. Their latest single, "Golden Ale Showers," is no exception to this formula, pitting angular instrumentals against buttery vocals to craft something uniquely striking, but also immediately accessible. You can catch fr eg e live at their next show on 3/7 at Drexler's, but in the meantime, get your fr eg e fix by streaming their new single below.-Olivia Sisinni

 

 

 photo credit: Elise Swain

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New Music Video: "Mesa" - Cayetana

Cayetana make their dreams come to reality in the new music video for their single "Mesa". Directed by Adam Peditto, Augusta Koch, Allegra Anka, and Kelly Olsen walk through an Alice in Wonderland-type door, transporting the ladies into a vibrantly colorful, beautiful scene that simply jumps off the screen. (Serious props go out to the video's set designer!) "Mesa" originally appeared on the group's split release with Melbourne's Camp Cope, and the track will also find a home on their upcoming album, New Kind of Normal, due out May 5 via the band's own label Plum Records. Cayetana are currently on the road supporting Lemuria during their 10th Anniversary celebration tour of Get Better.

Moon Ensemble release new single “Future Colors”

Moon Ensemble have nestled between their sound and identity through a couple of years of experimentation, and now move confidently into the direction of redefining their existence with their track “Future Colors” via CupaDella Records. The Hacienda-Heights quartet ditch the psych-jangles to evolve into a fuller cosmic entity, led by progressive rock undertones, playful synth distortions, and an addictive guitar riff. Opening with sensual vocals, leading towards the band’s dream-state position, “Future Colors” manages to manipulate these elements through a creative composition while simultaneously pulsating through into the dance realm. Thriving through the duality of vocals and constant bursts of energy, Moon Ensemble make a welcoming statement through their sonic palette of new colors. - Janette Ayub

 

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