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Indie Rock

The Curls "No Money No Fun"

The Curls recently released a new single called "No Money No Fun".

For this funky new single bandleader and songwriter Spiritual Mick is joined by Jan Darshall (Synthesizer/Vox), Matt Puhr (Bass), and Steve Plock (Drums).

You can catch The Curls on February 10th at Golden Dagger with Big Syn and Ted Tyro. This show is the kick off of a nine day tour that will land the group in Florida before returning to the Golden Dagger on March 10th.


Indie Rock

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The Pretty Bitchin
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Mercury Lounge
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Indigo "Blurred" & "Cry To" & "Flowers"

Indigo recently released a series of three singles, "Blurred" & "Cry To" & "Flowers", that showcase his ability to create well-crafter LoFi, bedroom pop gems.

This is primarily the work of Miles King who first caught our attention with the fun surf pop song "Doho" back in October.

"Flowers" is a quiet small song about change and the end of summer fling.

"Cry To" plays with similar themes as "Flowers" adds beautifully haunting synths.

"Blurred" finds Indigo working with Lure Division and creating a melody that is incredibly addictive.


Baby Jesus Paper Boy "Fifer in the Aviary"

Baby Jesus Paper Boy recently released a two song preview of their forthcoming EP "Fifer in the Aviary" which is set to be released later this Winter.

This is primarily the work of Multi-Instrumentalist and songwriter Eamonn Prizy who has worked with an array of local groups including Rosaries, George Arthur Calendar, Cam’s Jams Family Band, Reverse Cowboys, and Dogs at Large.

You can catch Baby Jesus Paper Boy for free at Empty Bottle on January 31st with Dogs At Large and Space Gator.


Emily Jane Powers "PA Fog"

Emily Jane Powers has released the latest single, "PA Fog", from her 2021 album, Isometry.

The B-Side of the single features a reimagination of an older song called "(What a Horrible Thing) To Lose Your Mind" and remix of "PA Fog" by local Synth-Pop trio Course.

All proceeds from this single will be donated to Alzheimer's Association.

photograph by Rachel Winslow


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