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Songwriters

Time: 
19:30
Band name: 
Votive Crown
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
facebook.com/votivecrown
Venue name: 
Berlin
Band email: 
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Watch Anna Egge's crafty video for new single "Cocaine Cowboy"

Brooklyn-based Anna Egge will drop her newest album Is It This Kiss on September 6th; to preview the record, she's released the music video for a single from the record called "Cocaine Cowboys". The sparse country-tinged track nods to legends such as Dolly Parton, Patsy Cline, and Hank Williams, weaving little more than Egge's voice layered in harmony, a strummed acoustic guitar, and tiny touches of strings and wind instruments to create a beautiful and simple song. The video echoes this minimalistic approach: a pair of hands crafts the visuals to the lyrics, using paper cutouts and props such as cereal marshmallows, cotton balls, paper cutouts of the country stars to whom Egge pays homage, and a 45 of "Cocaine Cowboys" itself. Take a look for yourself at the video below. - Will Sisskind

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Debut Soupy EP Available for Streaming & Purchase

Practice is the debut EP from Soupy, which is now available via Bee Side Cassettes. Instrumentally bouncing along while critiquing one’s thoughts and decisions, there’s a balance of introspection and adventure. It's expressive, honest, bedroom pop from the fledgling Philly trio, led by Tabitha Ahnert. Enjoy!

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Songwriters

Time: 
08:00
Band name: 
Katy Rea
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
katyreamusic
Venue name: 
The Resident
Band email: 
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Pensive mornings have met their match in Max Grazier's new record "Warm Enough Not To Care"

Your weekend playlist can get a boost from the music of Portsmouth’s Max Grazier. The New Hampshire singer-songwriter’s latest EP Warm Enough Not To Care is evenly spread with a sonic marmalade of dynamic acoustic and electric guitar riffs, stupendous vocal harmonies, and subtle drums to sway to, all tinged with a bedroom-production syrup so sweet. All three tracks of Grazier’s new record feel like confessions, not meant to be released, deeply personal, sung with passion, and played to the wave of pseudo-surf guitar ambiance. Pensive weekend mornings just got a lot better, in that kind of moody-basking way, thanks to the music of Max Grazier. The trombone finale in “Paper Eyes” is exquisite, let it build up below. - Rene Cobar

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