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New Lunacy Compilation LP Available for Streaming & Purchase

Just The Beginning, a 12-song compilation of Lunacy’s singles & EPs from 2016-2018, is out now via Altarpiece Records/Third Coming Records. You can witness the artist’s creative evolution as the songs are presented in chronological order. Take a glimpse into the foggy future as one explores the experimental industrial ambiance. Everybody Hits will be hosting its record release show on Saturday, November 10, with support from Child of Night, Dancing Plague, and Kiss of the Whip.





Debut Likes LP Available for Streaming & Purchase

Likes is a new musical outfit fronted by Philly's Ada Babar. Babar has been active the last few years with the Ada Babar Band, a split cassette with Palm’s Kasra Kurt, Suffer Dragon, and a whole slew of solo releases. They are also involved with a new label Nino Tomorrow, who recently reissued an obscure 80’s electronic album by the Texas artist Charles Ditto. With Likes, Babar is joined by Gavin O.Wald, Clarke Sondermann, Nat Grandbois, Emly Lyon, TC Helicon, Andrew Lee, and Eve Alpert. New Pedal toes the line between pop eccentricism and total campiness without landing on either side. The album is equal parts goofy and stunning, coming through with the laughs, while also running the listener through a full gambit of head bobbers and glitchtronic freakouts. Take a chance on this curveball, and you’ll be pleasantly surprised. - Josh Kelly

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New Track: "Little Norma" - Beach Bod

The duo of Rachel Wild & Nathan Avila, a.k.a. Beach Bod, have returned with a new single. “Little Norma” navigates the melancholy waters of a breakup/separation. The pair share vocal duties, creating a mellow mirroring perspective. Gradually floating apart, aided by the tranquil, surf-pop sound, it’s like watching a narrative in split screen, as a connection that was once strong is severed. (Photo by Ashley Gellman)

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Onionface - Dirty Prog/Grunge Rock, Sneaky Dee's 11.17

Onionface is a rock n’ rollin trio from the Nation’s Capital. To me they’re like a grunge band with progressive influences and some fuzz cranked all the way up. Their bass player Calvin McCormick has a custom amp and pedal company (McCormick Analog) which must be a nice bonus to always have new top notch gear to try out. Their most recent record came out last year titled “Roll Over, Dog…And Run!” The opening track "Goodbye, Take Care" fires it up nicely with some influences from The Meat Puppets and The smalls. Onionface are regulars in the Toronto scene and can be witnessed live at Sneaky Dee’s on November 17th with Dirty Rick and Blackened Blues. – Kris Gies

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New Telyscopes EP Available for Streaming & Purchase

Close Types, the new EP from Telyscopes, recently entered our orbit. Turn on to the refreshing, melodic, psych-pop drift. Those jangly, free-floating, futuristic vibes still retain a humanistic perspective that keeps one connected. You'll also be treated to a cover of Smashing Pumpkins' beloved "Drown," which originally appeared on the Singles soundtrack.

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