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The Gold Web

The Gold Web recently released a new EP called FREAKS! The band is a mixture glam rock and art rock and always entertaining. Below is the title track from the EP.

You can catch The Gold Web at Cobra Lounge on Dec. 3rd.


History Now

Earlier this month History Now released a new single and video called "Daylight Savings". This timely, but epic track combines elements of rock, noise, and ambient music as it takes you on an adventure.


Daytrotter Session - Palmas

Daytrotter just posted their session with locals Palmas yesterday. The recording took place at Room 17 in Brooklyn. You can take a listen to a couple of the tracks from the session for free, and the whole performance is available for streaming and download HERE (w/membership). (Illustration by Johnnie Cluney)


No Need to Travel Far for Family Vacation at Boot & Saddle Nov. 18

The chill appears to have the upper hand in the seasonal weather battle. Some choose to go into hibernation mode; others temporarily avoid the freeze via a vacation. You won’t need to travel far for Family Vacation this evening at Boot & Saddle. The quartet marinates their sound, allowing the instrumental flavor to develop and intermingle. Those bold long-haul vibes marry with a casual sea breeze air comforting in its wistful nostalgia. One’s mind wanders between moments of formidable current. The ebb and flow of relaxed impassioned and clean instrumental flourishes frame New Jersey math rockers Black Dirty. Four-piece Brackish, who recently released a new EP Young People, tear into momentous pop punk. Old Head rounds out this billing with subdued yet explosive instrumental runs. Boot & Saddle, 1131 S. Broad St., 7:30pm, $10, 21+ - Michael Colavita


Buzz Alert! Dilly Dally soars in popularity + plays Horseshoe on 11.27

Four piece grunge band from Toronto Dilly Dally is starting to make a serious buzz. Currently making their way all the way through the USA, they get a brief break back home before heading to Europe in the New Year. I'm diggin' their latest single "Desire" (streaming) from their recently released album "Sore". This track just oozes 90's rock n roll. Basically soft grunge with beautiful atmospheric "ooohs" that would almost make Kim Deal jealous . You can tell they're still just dying to unleash some intense overdrive all over the place. The track "Purple Rage" is a good example of this, showing off a little more anger, although they never lose the tight rhythm and catchy melodies... by the way as I'm writing this I got completely off track while playing the video game on their website... but uhm, regaining some focus... Dilly Dally is doing some cool shit and you can see them live at the Horseshoe on November 27th. - Kris Giles


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