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New Music Video: "The River" - Son Little

Son Little, a.k.a. Aaron Livingston, just share a new music video (below) for the track “The River.” It was inspired by The Pelican Brief, a John Grisham novel that was made into a movie in 1993, starring Denzel Washington and Julia Roberts. You can also check out two other alternate versions of the video and song at Complex.

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New Track: "All Fuzzed Out" - Beach Slang

Beach Slang just premiered a new anthemic rocker earlier today called "All Fuzzed Out," over at Stereogum. It's the second single from their upcoming EP Cheap Thrills On A Dead End Street, the follow-up to their well-received debut Who Would Ever Want Anything So Broken? The album will be available digitally on September 30 and October 28 on vinyl via Tiny Engines. 

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PINKWASH Opening for Naomi Punk at Golden Tea House Sept. 9

Ashley Arnwine (Bleeding Rainbow) and Joey Doubek (Hume) combine forces tonight at Golden Tea House as PINKWASH, with a sound that comes at you in a relentless, hard-driving, precise yet explosive punk aggression, which is evident in their EP Your Cure Your Soil. The album is purposeful unabashed, forward-attacking style, incorporating noise-oriented tweaks and augmentations, while demonstrating an instrumental prowess. They are currently working on new material with Fancy Time Studio's Kyle "Slick" Johnson. This evening, PINKWASH will be joined by local rock quartet Littler (who won The Deli Philly's Featured Artist(s) Poll when they were formerly known as Calamity Jane). The intriguing eclectic sound of Olympia/Seattle-based garage-punk trio Naomi Punk, who released their sophomore LP Television Man via Captured Tracks last month, are also set to perform as well as grungy, psych-punk New York outfit PC Worship, who just released their new record Social Rust on Northern Spy Records today. Golden Tea House (Please Contact one of the acts or venue for more info), 8pm, $5-$7, All Ages (Photo by Katy Otto) - Michael Colavita

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New Track: "The Ride" - Lewis & Clarke

Delaware Water Gap, Pennsylvania-based Lewis & Clark, a.k.a. Lou Rogai, just shared a lovely new track called "The Ride," which you can stream HERE. The seven-minute-plus single is from his forthcoming double LP, Triumvirate, which is due out October 7 via La Société Expéditionnaire. Rogai will also be back in Philly on Thursday, September 25 at The Boot & Saddle with Norwegian Arms.

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Krust Toons: "Bringing Fans" by Teddy Hazard

Krust Toons: "Bringing Fans" by Teddy Hazard - please feel free to drop him a line at teddandthehazards@gmail.com if you dig or have any funny ideas. You can also check out more of his illustrations HERE.

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New Track: "Fool" - Moon Bounce

Glitchy electro-pop artist Moon Bounce, a.k.a. Corey Regensburg, recently premiered a new track, "Fool," from his upcoming release, over at The Line of Best Fit. Fool/Echo Back will be available on September 30 via Regensburg and his manager Jeremy Garber's record label Grind Select. It will also come with a limited-edition treat - a scratch-off lottery ticket. "Along with a guaranteed download of the EP, fans have the chance to win some pretty neat prizes, including Moon Bounce t-shirts, unreleased music and a chance to have themselves animated in my next music video! Much love to everyone who has supported me so far, I can’t wait for you to hear the new tunes <3"

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Cayetana Record Release Show at Golden Tea House Sept. 7

With their debut album Nervous Like Me set for release on Tuesday via Tiny Engines, the pop-punk trio of Cayetana headline a record release show presented by The Guild this evening at Golden Tea House. The tight-knit group of ladies lock into a unifying sound that touches on intimate moments and memories lyrically as the vocals express an ever emotive, unprotected side. However, they find a solid manner to measure levels of raw unfiltered snapshots and intense bursts of instrumentation, while also developing songs that capture an infectious relatable element. Punk rock four-piece Albondigas, who recently released a new single, “In The Eyes,” will serve as an appetizer. The moody, melodic pop-punk of The Spirit of the Beehive is also slated to perform as is New York power-pop outfit Chumped. Golden Tea House (Please contact one of the acts or venue for more info.), 7:30pm, $7 Suggested Donation, All Ages (Photo by Mary Ferrigno) - Michael Colavita


The 9th Annual GreenFest Philly at Headhouse Square Sept. 7

Clean Air Council’s GreenFest Philly returns to Headhouse Square for its ninth year today, and this year is set to be the biggest one yet. Victory Brewing will be hosting a ping pong-filled beer garden, and local, organic foods will be provided by a few of the city’s favorite food trucks. There will be a rest and recharge station with free coffee and solar-powered chargers, and 100+ exhibitors will be on hand to sell eco-friendly fashion and homemade arts & crafts. You’ll find plenty of educational seminars for young and old as well as children’s activities, and advocacy groups will be teaching awareness about environmental causes. The festival will also feature musical entertainment in the form of Balkan dance beats by Slavic soul masters West Philadelphia Orchestra. Former Toy Soldiers frontman Ron Gallo will be laying down tunes from his latest album RONNY on this beautiful day, and Pine Barons might just preview some of the new songs that they’ve been recording in the studio. Rounding out the music lineup will be No Stranger. Headhouse Square, 2nd St. (between Lombard & South Sts.), 10am, Free, All Ages - Bill McThrill


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