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Electronic

Date New: 
Wed, 06/28/2017 (All day)
Time: 
20:00
Band name: 
Michael Hix
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
mchlhx
Venue name: 
Trans-Pecos
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Post-Hardcore

Date New: 
Thu, 06/22/2017 (All day)
Time: 
20:00
Band name: 
Radiation Risks
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
radiationrisks
Venue name: 
The Trans Pecos
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New Haunted Homes EP Available for Streaming & Purchase

Haunted Homes just released an EP whose title eerily ushers in the summer. Produced by Uniform Recording's Jeff Zeigler, Séance At The Shore echoes surf-rock optimism, with a foreboding undertow. Despite the murky pretense of alluring keys, one is drawn toward the humid haze. The quintet, along with American Trappist,  are penciled in to support Madalean Gauze’s record release show on Friday, July 21 at Johnny Brenda’s.





NYC Record of the Month: Evolfo - "Last of the Acid Cowboys" + live at PizzaFest tonight (06.22)

Brooklyn-based Evolfo plays garage rock with the sort of heart, grit, and flourishes you'd expect from a group of vinyl store junkies with a massive b-side collection. The band, an ensemble of music school students who originally united (to much acclaim) in Boston, crafts tunes that play like a well-curated list of late 60s-70s cult hits. They've created a reputation for songs that are visceral, infectious, and immediately bewitching, and their most recent release, "Last of the Acid Cowboys," does not disappoint. From the crunch of opening track "Vision of Sin," to the bluesy saunter of "Moon Eclipsed the Sun," the record manages to cover a lot of ground but never relinquishes its too-cool, old-school vibes. Tracks like "Frank the Fiddler" add a swirling, synth-led mystique to the album but the core of the LP is the brash and brazen garage rock fun pulsing throughout it. All in all, Last of the Acid Cowboys is an electric record that puts a much-welcomed twist on revivalism. - Olivia Sisinni





Flearoy blends Soul and Roots in new LP "Old Dog, New Tricks"

In their new album Old Dog, New Tricks, released in May 2017, Brooklyn band Flearoy adapts old and new classics to their textured and elegant roots pop. Popular songs ranging from The Zombies’ “Time of the Season” to Justin Bieber’s “Sorry” find a new light in the five piece's fusion of vintage motown soul vibes with a folky instrumentation. - Tafari Lemma

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