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PREMIERE: Keeper Keeper - "Sticky Bomb"

Fun loving alternative surf trio Keeper Keeper are coming out with a brand new EP in a couple of days, and today they're sharing a new track to go along with it.

"Sticky Bomb" is the second song from their upcoming Paradigm EP. The track boasts an excitable, beach-cowboy feel while being a mixture between a song of love and a song of lust. About the song, the band share that "'Sticky Bomb' is an ode to one sexy creature named Anna with a firecracker tattooed on her perfect ass!" Fun and fiery, this track and "White Bear," the first to be released, give good insight into what the rest of the Paradigm EP sounds like.

Keeper Keeper is having their release show for the new mini collection of songs this Saturday at Kelly's Olympian. Playing with them will be Mobilities, Salo Panto and Low Flyer. Snag tickets to the show for just $5 so you can catch them before they hit the road next month on a tour in support of the EP.





Blaire Alise & The Bombshells play Trans Pecos on May 4th

In case you haven't felt like the Sixties have returned in some way, perhaps Detroit-raised and NYC-based Blaire Alise & The Bombshells can change your mind. The 20-year-old mod-pop artist and her band will bring their brand of garage pop nostalgia to Trans Pecos in Ridgewood on May 4th to promote their new album, My Eye. The LP came out online in February, but the Trans Pecos show will celebrate its official release. Other acts on the bill include fellow dreamy acts Gold Child and The Cutouts, as well as a DJ set by production duo Discochic.

 

Blaire and her band have released the video for "Rolleiflex", a Lesley Gore-inspired track with all of the rollerskate rink aesthetic and jangle pop charm of the mid-60s. You can stream it below. - Will Sisskind





Goodbye June Releases "Fear of Jesus" Ahead of New Album

Goodbye June’s newest single “Fear of Jesus” is a nostalgic reflection on childhood and the progression of identity. It’s a number that glides along at an easy pace, glistening guitars creating an entire atmosphere around its shuffle drums. The band being originally formed after the death of lead guitarist Tyler Baker’s brother, the song reminisces about the group’s early religious upbringing: “I used to fear Jesus back then, and Momma used to hold my hand / and now I just run” Landon Milbourn croons in the chorus, comparing potentially destructive new coping methods to old ones. The group’s forthcoming album, Magic Valley, is set to be their most passionate effort yet. Be sure to make it to their release show on May 5th at The Basement East.

-Andrew Strader

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New Night Sins LP Available for Streaming

Night Sins will be releasing a new album, entitled Dancing Chrome, on May 19 via Funeral Party, but you can stream the release in its entirety over at Post-Punk. Kyle Kimball (Nothing) produces dire, danceable darkwave. Sinister baritone vocals bellow as percussion and synth ominously illuminate the ground below one's feet. It's dangerously designed to negotiate moving a gathering to the dance floor.





A Deli Premiere: Stream The City and Horses' new album "Ruins"

A pillar of the NYC indie pop scene (the group has been active since the late aughts) The City and Horses are back at it again with another absolutely delightful LP called Ruins, and if you're anything like us--chomping at the bit, unable to wait for the release to officially drop tomorrow--then we have a really killer gift for you: The Deli is streaming Ruins a whole day early. The album is 12 tracks worth of dynamic, wistful, and often quirky indie pop that draws on mastermind Marc Cantone's commanding lyricism and pop-writing prowess. The City and Horses describes the release as being "about a girl, a boy and his OCD," but there's so much more going on here, as the band manages to navigate a myriad of topics, feels, and genres--all while remaining infectiously catchy. Seriously, we dare you to not be humming these tracks after the first pass, but the songs are well worth spending the time on multiple listens. Check out Ruins streaming below and check back on their site tomorrow to get your paws on the downloadable version here. - Olivia Sisinni

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