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Palberta
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OHMME "Water"

OHMME has released the second single, “Water”, from their forthcoming LP, Parts, which is due out August 24th via Joyful Noise.

You can catch OHMME on Aug 21st at Thalia Hall with The Hecks and V.V. Lightbody “In The Round”.

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Ocean Glass

Ocean Glass is preparing to release their debut full-length album, Two Bodies, on July 27th. This album is two years in the making and contains the their two singles from 2016, “Anxiety” and “Sick Love”. Ocean Glass is the Pop Punk sounds of Nishat Ahmed (Lyrics, Vocals), Kyle Solner (Rhythm, Vocals, Lyrics), Weston Harman (Lead, Vocals), Luke Smith (Percussion), and Ethan Rader (aka Sorner) (Bass).

You can help Ocean Glass celebrate the released of Two Bodies at Bottom Lounge on July 27th with A Semester Abroad, Invictus, The Requirements, and Sorner.

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A Deli Premiere: "More or Less" by AOTM Monkeys of a Bygone Era

Congratulations are in order for the punchy indie rock three-piece Monkeys of a Bygone Era — the Deli New England’s newest Artist of the Month. Led by Jason Zavala, the quirky group specializes in creating bouncy and infectious jangle rock with a twist and we can’t get enough. Their most recent endeavor is a 3D animated video for the track “More and Less” which, according to the band, “was conceived around the idea of ‘less is more’ being a challenging aspiration to maintain in a world where everyone wants more.” - Lilly Milman, photo by Tim Oxton

Check out an exclusive premiere of the song and accompanying video below.





Blues Lawyer releases instant classic debut LP 'Guess Work'

Every time I’m convinced there’s no more good punk left, an act like Oakland’s Blues Lawyer pops up to remind me I couldn’t be more wrong. Their debut LP Guess Work is a stunning exercise in brevity, filled with tongue-in-cheek lo-fi tracks that hark right back to the ‘70s. None of the members are interested in attempting to impress you (or waste any of your time) with overwrought guitar solos or steep buildups. They’re only interested in making instant classics, and they do so in two minutes or less. They said it best themselves on the punk puppy love anthem “Waste” (streaming below), where the chorus declares “I don’t want to waste time / I want to waste with you.” Well, we want to waste with you, too. - Lilly Milman 

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