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Bootblacks' LP "Fragments" Debuts 09.14

Bootblacks offer a gothic melancholia bounced back and forth on synth-pop beats, a menacing vision of gloom that’s infectious. Bootblacks’ post-punk/new-wave sensibility is beautifully paired with Panther Macdonald’s vocals. They’re straight out of the post-punk catalogue: romantic, dramatic, seductive. The band promises a seedier vision of NYC, one of decadence and decay. Their newest work offers a more sophisticated sonic aesthetic, so make sure to check out their new album “Fragments” from (appropriately named, for this release) Manic Depression Records, available 09.14. --Amanda Ogea

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A Deli Premiere: Heathen Sons take on "Bad, Bad Leroy Brown"

For a band whose sound is dedicated to modernizing southern rock, putting a new spin on an old classic is only fitting. In the case of Nashville four-piece Heathen Sons, this track is “Bad, Bad Leroy Brown” (streaming below). Their bouncy take on this bluesy 70s hit is fun, fresh, and a solid representation of the rootsy revival rock that is yet to come in their debut self-titled LP, which is being released tomorrow on September 8th via Metropolitan Groove Merchants. Until then, hit the play button below to listen to their take on the track, which includes backing vocals by Leah Blevins and Liz Cooper. - Lilly Milman





Nu-R&B

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Band name: 
Triathalon
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.facebook.com/triathalon/
Venue name: 
Brooklyn Bazaar
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Techno House Disco

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Band name: 
Jacques Renault
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.facebook.com/JacquesRunaway/
Venue name: 
Brooklyn Bazaar
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The Great Escape live up to their name on "Let Me Go Wild"

The Great Escape brings on the funk on "Let Me Go Wild." Fronted by Ingrid Andersson's chirpy yet commanding vocals, the Venice-based band feed from a miscellany of influences ranging from classic soul to sleek pop rock. "Wild" takes many stylistic shifts during its lively three minutes, touching on some neo-soul licks and brass band theatrics worthy of a grand romp. The trio wholly embraces the old in the new without resorting to shameless parody, and really, when you're basing your song's structure off of Tommy James & the Shondells' classic "Mony Mony" you can't do no wrong.

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