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New Video: Live Studio (Break Thru Radio) - Literature

Indie-pop quartet Literature stopped by Saltlands Studios in Brooklyn (DUMBO) this past fall while at CMJ Music Marathon. They recorded a session for Break Thru Radio's Live Studio series, and answered questions with its host Maia McDonald. You can check it out below, which includes performances of "Paint It Blue," "The English Soft Hearts," and "Jimmy."

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New Track: “Alpha Kappa Fall of Troy The Movie Part Deux” - Modern Baseball

Modern Baseball just premiered a new track, “Alpha Kappa Fall of Troy The Movie Part Deux,” yesterday over at Billboard. The song appears on a 6-way split EP Strength in Weakness, due out February 3 via Lame-O Records. The album will serve as a benefit for United Cerebral Palsy. The release also features songs from Spraynard, The Weaks, Marietta, Hurry, and Beach Slang.

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Spaceship Aloha Shielding Your Mind From the Outdoors at JB's Jan. 8

A non-stop onslaught of exotic island-flavored electronics, beats, and percussion are certain to lively up almost any situation. While music may not technically transport your body, it will temporarily shield your mind from the outdoors, rousing you to your feet in the process. The captain steering this dance-centric vessel, otherwise known as Spaceship Aloha, is Christopher Sean Powell (Man Man). Once your onboard, it may be difficult to pry yourself away from the energy-loaded omnipresent beats, with their light, effervescent grooves that keep spinning out anew. Tonight, a fellow member of the Data Garden collective, Telequanta, the experimental EDM moniker of J. Termini, opens the dance-generating spectacle. The eclectically smooth-flowing, humorously-flared work of Tim Fite connects the situation on this evening. Johnny Brenda’s, 1201 N. Frankford Ave., 8pm, $10, 21+ - Michael Colavita

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The Deli Philly's Featured Artist(s) Poll Winner: Krispy Kareem

Krispy Kareem is new indie-rock three-piece that we are growing quite fond of. There is something about the band’s laidback, effortless lead vocals and harmonies that really draws us in, and the group’s instantly captivating melodies hint at an act that could become a more recognizable name in the Philly music community. They are performing this evening at Kung Fu Necktie, and you could learn more about our recent Featured Artist(s) Poll Winner HERE.

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New Wrecking Crew EP Available for Streaming & Download

Hip-hop collective Wrecking Crew just dropped a new EP Major Crimes that was actually recorded in 2010. The album was inspired by critically-acclaimed HBO series The Wire. You can now stream and download it below.

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