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The Smynths Return

Nicky Flowers is back with a the follow-up to their 2018 album The Smynths. On The Smynths Return they tackle five more classics from The Smiths armed with only their Synth and a great contribrution from LA's Echo Vessel on the EP's closer "That Joke Isn't Funney Anymore". 

The album was released on February 14th via neo-detritus and is accompanied by the depressing video below. 

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Electronic

Time: 
07:00pm
Band name: 
Electric Djinn
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.facebook.com/electricdjinn1/
Venue name: 
Jump Into The Light
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Electronic

Time: 
19:30
Band name: 
Songbird Sessions
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.facebook.com/songbirdsessionsco/
Venue name: 
The York Manor
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Boyish float through the party on "anxious butterball," play C'mon Everybody 2.27

There are some days when it’s difficult to leave the house — a sentiment New York synth pop duo Boyish well understands. Their most recent bop “anxious butterball” details antisocial feelings in lurid detail, the desire to “[stand] in the corner at the back of the room,” the occasionally overwhelming nature of simple conversation, all communicated through muted vox over textured echoing electronic leads and a meandering beat. Leaving room to incorporate hazy guitar chords during the track’s more explosive chorus (while keeping things forever chill), the group captures the dissociative nature of attending a function when you’d rather be at home, of knowing a single person at the party who can help you feel grounded when just existing is difficult, rendered in an appropriately dream-like fashion. Listen below, and catch Boyish at C’mon Everybody on February 27th, presented by Indie Witches.

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From the Submissions: Susan Moon's "Mermaids (Hafgua)"

“Mermaids (Hafgua),” the latest single by New York artist (and erstwhile Deli NYC contributor) Susan Moon finds its niche in the space between minimalistic electronica and sound collage, a disparate collection of textures electronic and analogue. Solitary synths intertwine with the sounds of an ocean tide as Moon’s haunting vocal performance drifts through the scene, contributing to a melancholy, lonely final product. Susan Moon’s stumbling melodic phrasing, alongside her choice to incorporate field recordings embeds this track with a disorienting energy; with no percussive backbone tethering it to a familiar structure, one can’t help but feel lost at sea while listening, themselves at the whim of the artist’s winding, accessibly avant-garde craft. Stream it below, and catch Moon at the Well on February 19th, opening for Renny Conti.

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