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Baybs' "You're The Only One"

We want more Baybs! Folk rock dreampop duo is a sight for sore ears. We've got our hands on the first two singles and we are waiting ever-so-patiently for some more. If the lyrics below don't give you a sweet little feeling, tune into their single "You're The Only One" for some lovely harmonies, poppy good rockness and a solid time.

"Ocean eyed angel, kiss me on my trembling lips

How the beat of your heart, electrifies my fingertips

When stars collide they burn, burn like the sun

And you and I could purr, roar like thunder"

 

Bosley Jr "Handbuzzer"

Bosley Jr. has released the first single, “Handbuzzer”, from their forthcoming EP, “No More”. The EP is set be released this Friday, September 6th, via Worry Records.

You can catch Bosley Jr. on September 14th at Just For Fun Roller Rink in McHenry.

Cardinal Harbor @ Beat Kitchen (9/6)

Cardinal Harbor has released a series of single over the last month leading up the release of their latest album, Vulture Hottub. The most recent single is called “J A W B”.

You can help Cardinal Harbor celebrate their album’s release on September 6th at Beat Kitchen with Harvey Fox and Cordoba.

WIVES' "Hit Me Up" is disorienting beauty, play Rough Trade 10/3

“Hit Me Up,” the most recent single by Queens based post-punk outfit WIVES, luridly stumbles into the spotlight at full force; its phosphorescent riffs and glammy vox (by vocalist/guitarist Jay Beach) are rife with a swaggering, confident showmanship that belies it’s status as a single from the band’s upcoming debut So Removed. Better yet is how WIVES are able to seamlessly transition from discordant, strung-out fuzz to a harmonious crescendo on the track’s chorus, in which shimmering, pedal-heavy guitar lines collide with massive percussive builds. It’s a disorienting-ly beautiful track that sets a high standard for the rest of the record, which drops October 4th via City Slang. Until then, stream it below, and catch WIVES at Rough Trade on October 3rd. -Connor Beckett McInerney 

New Sun Organ LP Available for Streaming & Purchase

Sun Organ just dropped a new self-titled full-length album. Eerie, heavy instrumentation paints an unforgiving sonic landscape, which is cut through and given a personal, peaceful perspective by the vocals. That shifting balance of melody and mysterious danger is a vibrant, volatile dynamic. Dig in!

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