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Nashville's Oddnote rocks hard on self-titled debut

Just formed last summer, five-piece rock outfit Oddnote is packing a punch with their self-titled debut. Seamlessly combining hard-hitting blues rock (see "Money Comes, Money Goes") with Nirvana/Soundgarden/Foo Fighters-inspired '90s rock and roll (see "Ice Hell", "Neurons", and the whole album pretty much), the 15 tracks of Oddnote feel like a rocket blast. Make sure to check out the Nashville shoutout on "615" as well! And watch the trippy video for "Money Comes, Money Goes" below! - Chris Thiessen

 

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Nathaniel Bellows unveils "How High" from upcoming LP "Swan and Wolf"

In his new single "How High," Nathaniel Bellows proves that a voice can be both hearty and delicate all at once. The song, with its sparse guitar/piano/vocal arrangement, is literally breathtaking. It's no surprise that Bellows is also a poet and novelist - his lyrics are shimmery meditations on life, reflecting on the complexities of human existence in an unassuming yet outspoken manner. Bellows' new album Swan and Wolf is out March 30th. - Geena Kloeppel

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New Cold Fronts Valentine's Day Covers EP Available for Streaming & Purchase

"I’ve wanted to make a cover album for a while because whenever I can’t write a song, I try to learn somebody else’s," Cold Fronts' Craig Almquist shared. "When I started putting together the EP I realized all the songs I was covering were about unrequited love, and what better day to put that out than on Valentines Day." Whether you have someone or not on this Hallmark-est of holidays, take Cover Yr Heart for a spin below, and feel free to fork over a bit of cash to make it your own. All proceeds will be donated to Girls Rock Philly, "a youth-centered music organization dedicated to building an intergenerational community of girls, women, and trans and gender non-conforming people." And don't forget to cop Cold Front's forthcoming album Fantasy Du Jour, which is due out on 4/20. (We know that it might be hard for you to remember that day so be a smart, little stoner and leave yourself a note where you like to keep your stash ASAP. ;-) (Photo by Bridgette Aikens)





Sloppy Jane to play SXSW, new album out 03.02

Sloppy Jane is a band with bizarre and grotesque inclinations and an interest in translating them into their performances. Naked bodies, colored dye, and television screens set a backdrop for melting inhibitions as the music (and often the musicians) tumbles into chaotic fits. It’s a must-see for fans of avant-garde, performative punk. Deservingly, the band, led by Haley Dahl, will bring its ravenous live show to SXSW this year with a string of other dates surrounding the trip. Leading up to those gigs, Sloppy Jane will unleash new album “Willow” on March 2nd with a release show at The Glove on March 7th. The group is currently scheduled to play SXSW showcases for Melted Magazine (March 12th), Desert Daze (March 14th), Invertebrate (March 17th, day), and Siren Sound (March 17th, night). – Cameron Carr

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Tongue Patrol - Unusually interesting new single "God B With You"

Interesting avante-garde indie rock from Tongue Patrol. Their latest release is a single called “God B With You.” It’s jangly and makes you feel like you can’t see in focus. The chorus section takes a complete left turn with a hectic loud/quiet dynamic. If you’re tired of what you usually listen to then Tongue Patrol will give you a shot of what you need. They are having a double release party with Mother Tongues on Friday February 16th. Nikki Fierce is also the bill. – Kris Gies

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