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Daniprobably blooms in new record "Conditional Things," plays Cafe Nine 12.09

Exquisitely alternative is the rich mash of confidently-strummed electric guitar chords, sharp snare snaps, and bubble-gum pop vocals that make up the music of daniprobably. The Connecticut-based singer-songwriter’s latest effort, Conditional Things, sets the tone early with Dani’s vocals becoming instantly familiar to the listener in such a way they will likely never be mistaken for someone else’s. It is, in fact, that familiarity in “Blooming,” the opening track, that allows the listener to immerse in the atmospheric song that slowly swells until it bursts to reveal the fierce and fast indie-pop signature track “Run to You.” Where compositions like “Sweeter Than the Truth” move delicately with brilliant acoustic strings resonating and harmonies lingering, other songs such as “ICU” strut confidently along with their plump basslines, cheeky electric guitar riffs, and dope breakdowns. Recorded, mixed, and produced by Addy Edward, Conditional Things captures an artist not just on the rise but more like in full bloom: her style and sound already unmistakable. For those wishing to catch daniprobably live, the opportunity beckons December 9th at Connecticut’s famous Cafe Nine. We are streaming the engaging “Critic’s Favorite,” our favorite track from the new record, below. - Rene Cobar, Photo by Kaitlin Anne





Magic Magic Roses and Cindy Nov 20 at Minnesota Street

Magic Magic Roses brings us soothing, sweet folk rock with poppy beats and harmonies that make for happiness. The EP River came out this fall and the video for “River” makes me proud to be a Californian and a curly-haired lady. Magic Magic Roses are sure to put on a delight of a performance. Also on the bill is San Francisco’s Cindy. Self-described sad rock, it's slow shoe gazey with the occasional poppier punkier touches. Their album comes out in 2020 and we're ready, Freddy. Both groups are playing tomorrow night, November 20 at the Minnesota Street Project (presented by Lonesome Station) and we’re happily pushing you attend. -Michelle Kicherer, Associate Editor





The Damn Tracks "Second City Is Burning"

Pop Punk Trio The Damn Tracks released a monster 22 track album called Second City Is Burning on Halloween. This album follows their 2018 album, The Damn Tracks II, and is their fifth overall.

The Damn Tracks are Steve Minogue (Guitar/Vocals), Christopher Dean Hayes (Bass/ Vocals), and Anthony Krecioch (Drums).

You can catch The Damn Tracks on November 22nd at Liar’s Club with The Braver Days, Fall Risk, Beat The Smart Kids, and Throwaway Kids.

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Four Stars “Alacrity”

Pop Punk trio Four Stars have released a new single called “Alacrity”. This is the first new music from the trio since their 2018 debut Ep, “Check, Please!”.

The single is accompanied by the Alex Zarek directed video below.

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Pardoner plays El Rio Nov 6

San Francisco punky alternative group Pardoner is set to play El Rio on November the 6 with New York’s Bethlehem Steel and World Smasher. Pardoner’s most recent album, Playin' on a Cloud, was a self-released collection of songs with Weezer and Green Day influences and some Fiery Furnaces thrown in for kicks. They’re fun and loud and happy and ready to roll. -Michelle Kicherer, Associate Editor

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