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Jimmy Whispers

Jimmy Whispers is a solo psych-pop crooner who falls somewhere in between Owen Ashworth and Ariel Pink. Whispers is releasing his opus Summer In Pain on March 24th via  the local label Moniker Records. Below is a vacation themed teaser video for the album and its first single "Summer In Pain".

You can catch Jimmy Whispers opening for Ariel Pink on Feb 17th at Thalia Hall.

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Seagulls Radiates a Natural Warmth at Bourbon & Branch Jan. 30

With their debut LP, Great Pine, ready for re-release on vinyl this Tuesday via Yellow K Records, Seagulls are set to take the stage tonight at Bourbon & Branch. The former Featured Artist (s) Poll Winners quickly grabbed our attention last year with their debut LP, and became last September’s Record of the Month. It's the type of album that you gradually absorb with its open-air vibe and delicate, lifting harmonies and instrumentation that remain vibrantly layered, somehow toeing the line between nostalgic and fresh with its 8-bit flourishes. The music radiates a natural warmth, allowing listeners to ease into the weekend. (BTW: Attendees will receive a free CD while supplies last.) Baltimore brotherly duo and fellow Yellow K labelmates, New God, bring a blend rich harmonies with an experimental side. New York’s Jagged Leaves unleash a high-energy variety of folk with an electronic bite, and Brooklynites Laura & Greg open the festivities with a tight, twinkling traditional take on folk. Bourbon & Branch 705 N. 2nd St., 8pm, $10, 21+ - Michael Colavita

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Emblems

Emblems announced this week that they have signed with the local label Monoblack. The indie pop trio released their most recent album, The Dark Season, back in November.

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Clap Your Hands Say Yeah Providing an Intimate Sendoff at Ardmore Music Hall Jan. 30

Before their prolific frontman Alec Ounsworth does a two-month long acoustic tour of living rooms all across the country, Clap Your Hands Say Yeah will be throwing an intimate sendoff at Ardmore Music Hall tonight. They'll be joined by TJ Kong and the Atomic Bomb, who will likely kick off their first show of 2015 by playing some new songs from their upcoming album that was recently recorded with Bill Moriarty. Also slated on the bill is indie folk-rock outfit Birdwatcher. Ardmore Music Hall, 23 E. Lancaster Ave., 8:30pm, $15-$20, 21+ - Bill McThrill


War Elefant

War Elephant is the orchestral noise rock duo composed of Eric Ides Georgevich and David Bearsnake Rahofy. Their sludge filled new album is called Wooly Orizon and it is filled abrasive cosmic explosions of sound.

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