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Talay & Panther Hollow release EPs at ALPHAVILLE on May 31

Time to add two new EPs to your collection of summer jams from the NYC scene: Talay's eponymous release which drops on June 2nd, and Panther Hollow's People Synesthesia, which drops on May 31st. Both groups have kept busy over the past few months performing at venues around the city, and it's all led up to a big record launch show at ALPHAVILLE on Wilson Avenue on May 31st. You won't want to miss Talay's pop-punk energy or Panther Hollow's striking storytelling. Also, head there to catch Massachusetts groups Sleeping Patterns and oldsoul as they pass through on their respective tours. You can stream new tracks from Talay and Panther Hollow -- called "I Hope Your Band Goes Nowhere" and "Jamie" respectively -- below. - Will Sisskind





What Was Sound is the Perfect Alternative Festival for the Holiday Weekend

Originally, celebrating this year's Memorial Day weekend was highlighted by a much-wanted performance by Frank Ocean at the Sasquatch Music Festival in the Columbia Gorge. But, in true Frank Ocean fashion, fans were faked out as he dropped off one of the headlining slots. In all honesty, heading out to the Gorge is a hassle anyway, especially when the chance of running into Fred Armisen, who's got a set of his own at the fest, is ever increased. Thank goodness the first annual What Was Sound Fest is happening, so much closer to home, with so much less hipster novelty to deal with.

Sub Rosa Curation teamed up with the Portland Mercury, Do503, Next Northwest, XRAY.fm and the Rose City Festival to bring Brooklyn dream rockers DIIV and El Ten Eleven's mellow post-rock with everyone's favorite indie folkers Woods and Fruit Bats down to Tom McCall Waterfront Park. Local support from Bed., the 11 piece funky afrobeat of Jujuba, Small Leaks Sink Ships and the recently added Sunbathe round the lineup out with some good balance in their first year.

Next Northwest and Vortex Music Magazine are hosting a free What Was Sound launch party tonight at White Owl Social Club, featuring a performance from Small Leaks Sink Ships. Come through and get a sneak peek of what will be happening at Waterfront Park on Saturday, and listen to the newest Small Leaks' track "Dancing Devil" below.





Ticket Giveaway: Bright Green at Voltage Lounge Next Sunday

Man Overboard fans have the opportunity to share an intimate night of music with the band's own Zac Eisenstein. Next Sunday, June 4 at Voltage Lounge, he'll be performing music from his solo acoustic project Bright Green, and will also be joined by Cold Collective, Gin War, and Above the Mendoza. To enter for a chance to win a pair of tix, just send an email to thedelimagazinephiladelphia@gmail.com with the subject line "That's Heaven Behind Me". Please also include your cell number in the body of the message (in case of an emergency). Good luck! (Photo by Liz Gibbs)





Tricyle Records and Z Space Collaborate On a New Event - Punch Bowl Music Night

We're so excited for this! Tricyle Records is hosting Punch Bowl Music Night at Z Space in San Francisco! The first event takes place on June 21st!

Z Space teams up with local legends Tricycle Records to bring you PUNCH BOWL, a tasteful concoction of musical genres. Amid the towering ambience of Z Space's lobby, experienced Bay Area musicians as well as diamond-in-the-rough up-and-comers meet to showcase their music, get in touch with collaborators and fans, and be part of a music community. Music lovers of all stripes get to witness all of this amazing new music with interesting people, and can enjoy a drink at our Z Bar.





Swoon Lake releases new EP, plays The Glove on 5.25.

Brooklyn's very own Swoon Lake have bred a new strand of indie music: "ghost folk." The band's own description of their music is peculiar yet accurate; there is an aura of mystery about their tracks, the ambient synths and choral harmonies on their newest song "Bloom" seemingly glide right through you. Grounding elements are the lead vocals and certain electric guitar rhythms; there's seldomly a full drum kit to speak of, but sometimes, like a friendly giant, the bump of the kick drum surfaces from below. Swoon Lake's new self-titled EP is out on Friday, catch their release show on 5.25 at The Glove in Brooklyn. - Geena Kloeppel

 

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