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V.V. Lightbody "Horse of Fire"

The Sophomore LP, Make a Shrine or Burn It, from V.V. Lightbody is set to come out this Friday, May 1st, via Acrophase Records. The third single from the album was released earlier this month and is called "Horse of Fire". The song is accompanied by Elijah Alvarado directed video below.

The release event for the album at Sleeping Village has been rescheduled for October 2nd and will included an opening performance form Andrew Sa.

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Monogamy

Monogamy has released two EP's this month, "Too Close" and "Zone Cold". Both EP's will be combined and released as a cassette via Side Wound Worship once the shelter-in-place order is over in Illinois.

This is Lo-Fi, DIY rock of Toni Wang, Sam Johnson, and Don Lyons.

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Sans Lorenzo "Sounds Through a Wall"

Sans Lorenzo has released a new single called "Sounds Through a Wall". This is the trio's first single since the release of their 2019 LP, Lombard.

This is the Post Punk of Dan Couture (Guitar, Vocals), Kevin Graf (Lead Drums), and Nate Brown (Bass Guitar).

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Well Yells "We Mirror the Dead"

Well Yells recently released his latest album, We Mirror the Dead. The album's opening track is the gorgeously dark "Kill the King" and is accompanied by the video below. The album's lead single was released back in February and is called "Form".

These are the darkwave sounds of Patrick Holbrook, and this is his third album as Well Yells.

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Joyer trudge onwards on new split EP

Slowcore outfit Joyer's new split EP finds the North Jersey duo leaning further into their unhurried, speaker-crunching sound, providing two tracks replete with innovative lyricism and roughly-hewn guitars. Recording alongside North Carolina’s Aunt Ant (formerly of NYC) and Toronto’s Poor You, their tracks “Juniper” and “In Time” are trudging, at times uneasy drone rock— band members Nick and Shane’s unison sing-speak provides hazy non sequiturs (“I hear the mosquitos when they bite down,” “I’m a ghost-running backlight) alongside stuttering chord progressions and trudging rhythmic breaks. The end result is an engaging mix of slacker rock wordplay and discordant instrumentation, both boisterous in its separate parts yet quiet in execution, and a sound that will resonate with fans of Red House Painters and LVL UP. Give it a listen below. —Connor Beckett McInerney

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