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Tommy Bravos "Charming"

Back in March Pop crooner Tommy Bravos released a new single called "Charming". This month he dropped a fantastic new version of the track featuring local Drag Queen Ari Gato.

The single is the first new music from Bravo since his 2019 debut album a Different Kind of Night.

Emily Blue "Aperture"

Emily Blue has recently released a new single called "Aperture". This ethereal track was produced Uuskhy and is a more firmly planted in Dream Pop than Blue's previous singles.

This is the fourth single from Blue since the released of her amazing 2018 album "*69".

Similar Kind ushers in the good stuff in new single "Maria"

Hop on, Connecticut’s Similar Kind is taking us on a ride towards the weekend, and it is magical. The beautiful ambiance created by lingering guitar chords, a twisting bassline, and lead singer Julia Breen’s exquisite vocals in the band’s latest single “Maria” engulfs you and transports you to your place of choice. The music has that blend of fierce modern rhythm and ‘80s dream pop that is catapulting acts like Tennis to the top of the charts, it is tasteful, and so cool-retro you cannot help get lost in it. In a time when any dose of endorphins will do, this Norwalk quintet is delivering a heavy dose to the masses. Stream the new single below, and see you on the other side of the weekend, New England. - Rene Cobar

Patrixia "1541"

Techo Producer/DJ Patrixia has released her debut single "1541". Her music and DJ sets tend to explore the darker elements of EDM, and both "1541" and it's B-Side "X" fit that mold perfectly.

Patrixia is currently scheduled to perform at Simone's Bar (960 W 18th St) on May 30th.

Scree's experimental instrumentation shines through on "Live from The Owl"

Brooklyn-based post-rock / jazz trio Scree best hone their sound in a live setting — their set opening for Ben Seretan this past February was, in my opinion, one of the more transcendent performances i’ve seen in recent years. Live at The Owl captures much of the unbridled, experimental aspects that make the group such a joy to listen to, brimming with noodling interplay between upbeat bass and live guitar, shuffling freeform percussion, and well-timed discordant segues that introduce a cerebral, melancholic break from melody. Unfortunately not present on the LP are guitarist Ryan Beckley’s inter-track spoken word interludes (which offered a nice reprieve from the band's swirling, blue-toned sound in concert); until the dust settles on New York’s indefinite concert postponement and you can enjoy Scree IRL, stream this masterful instrumental effort below. —Connor Beckett McInerney, Photo by Jason Burger

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