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Mocrep "I Like My Friends"

Parlour Tapes+ recently released the debut album, I Like My Friends, from experimental collective Mocrep. This album is both challenging and rewarding, electronic and Americana, strange and traditional. You have the straightforward Pop of “Phantom Love” or the meditative country twang of “Cold Pillow” or the disco thump of “All I Need” mixed with the ambient spoken word of “A Love Below” and the jazz of “The Way You Comb Your Hair”.

The 18 track album really defies classification but is compelling from start to finish. Mocrep is the work of Amanda Bailey, Owen Davis, Alex Ellsworth, Zachary Good, Deidre Huckabay, Lia Kohl, Jenna Lyle, Zach Moore, Andrew Tham, Chris Wood, and Ryan Zerna.

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Paul Bedal "In Reverse"

Jazz Pianist Paul Bedal released his third studio album, In Reverse, via Bace Records last week.

For this album he is joined by Nick Mazzarella (alto saxophone), Matt Ulery (bass) and Charles Rumback (drums). This quartet has been together since 2015 and that experience and trust truly shines on this project.

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Bent Knee commits wholly to new identity in new single, plays Space Ballroom 06.19

Bent Knee, is that you? The Boston-based group’s aggressive new identity takes no prisoners in their latest single “Catch Light.” The band commits fully to its avant-garde identity in this new track that possesses a beguiling rhythm section that mutates throughout the song, commanding its many facets. Courtney Swain’s assertive vocals rev up and explode adjacent some heavy electronic percussion before the song modifies into an atmospheric collage of delicate keyboard notes, only to climax stupendously. A bit of Florence Welch, with a hint of Lorde, Swain showcases a fierceness in her delivery that is fitting for the song’s theme of women empowerment. Bent Knee is currently touring in support of Thank You Scientist all through the U.S. and Canada, with the next New England stop being Hamden, CT at Space Ballroom on Jun 19th. The band is a new breed of itself and deserves an abundant listen below. - Rene Cobar

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Terran Wretch “Tomb Weaver"

American Damage has shared an excerpt from the new tape from Terran Wretch, Tomb Weaver. This is new experimental Ambient music from Anthony Dunn, formerly of Sun Splitter, is both ominous and beautiful.

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Korean Jeans “No Trust"

Experimental duo Korean Jeans released a new album, No Trust, last week. This is tortured tuba sounds of Beth McDonald and the drums, guitars, etc of Neal Markowski.

You can catch Korean Jeans on June 8th a Workshop 4200 as part of PRF BBQ 2019. The duo will also be doing a small tour around Lake Michigan August 8th to the 11th with Petrillo.

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