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Long Island's reggae pillars Oogee Wawa play Amityville Music Hall tonight 01.13

If Long Island's Oogee Wawa was a meal their ingredients would include a cup of reggae, a spoonful of rock & pop, a pinch of hip hop and a lot of feel good sauce to top it all off. Their chill, upbeat music - paired with a sunny day like today's - has the power to make you forget that it’s the middle of January in NYC. Oogee Wawa is following the sun this winter with dates later on this month in Florida, but first, they will be making a stop at Amityville Music Hall tonight, January 13th. Check these guys out live for some guaranteed fun, and if you’re wondering why you might have already heard their music (like streaming 2012 hit "Spliff"), it’s because they have opened up for big names including Slightly Stoopid, Sublime with Rome, and 311. - Jocelyn Huggler


New Track: "Juicy J" - No Thank You & Signs to Lame-O Records

After recording her first EP A Nü Start on an iPhone at her home in South Philly, No Thank You, a.k.a. Kaytee Della-Monica, has teamed up with The Superweaks' Evan Bernard (recording) and Chris Baglivo (mixing) for her first full-length album. And apparently, Lame-O Records likes what its family members have been working on. The DIY Philly label has recently brought Della-Monica into the fold, signing her to its impressive, growing roster. No Thank You's forthcoming LP Jump Ship is scheduled for release on February 24. Check out the lusher-sounding, new version of her lead single, "Juicy J," below! (Photo by Pete Murray)

New Haven's Olive Tiger Releases Impressive Debut, Until My Body Breaks

 Love standard fare indie rock, but wish there was something more?  Enter Olive Tiger, a prolific songwriting trio, featuring non-standard instrumentation of orchestral strings, electronics, and more.  Their debut album Until My Body Breaks expands on indie/pop sensibilities to create something new.  At times heavily orchestrated, while keeping at its core a simple and compelling singer/songwriter feel, Olive Tiger keeps you on your toes, throughout.  Check them out at Cafe Nine in New Haven on 2/17 with Xenia Rubinos. -Brian Varneke



Golden Suits unveils video for 'Don't Let Love Go By'

NYC's Golden Suits is the solo project of Fred Nicolaus of the band Department of Eagles (Grizzly Bear Daniel Rossen's original project,  responsible for one of our favorite videos ever). They recently released debut ablum 'Kubla Khan,' an indie rock record with folk overtones. They recently unveiled a video for single 'Don't Let Love Go By,' shot at the Brooklyn location The 1896 where David Bowie filmed his final video. The video is a collaboration of dance, music and technology, filmed using the VR 360 technology, which - although really cool - we find a little distracting, at least on a PC screen. Daniel Rossen has recently released a cover version of a Golden Suit song 'You are Crossing a River' (we assume) to help promote his friend's new release.


New Deadfellow EP Available for Streaming & Purchase

An emerging, eerie resolve rings true in Love Songs for the Contemporary Listener, the debut EP from Deadfellow. Moving forward despite dreary conditions, the songs carry a lingering; whether shaded in heavy guitar ascension or softer circling patterns, the soulful ache remains. Deadfellow is set to perform solo at Coda on Monday, January 30, and will be in full-fledged band mode on Friday, February 10 at Ulana’s. (Photo by Dave Apple)