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New Track: "Juicy J" - No Thank You & Signs to Lame-O Records

After recording her first EP A Nü Start on an iPhone at her home in South Philly, No Thank You, a.k.a. Kaytee Della-Monica, has teamed up with The Superweaks' Evan Bernard (recording) and Chris Baglivo (mixing) for her first full-length album. And apparently, Lame-O Records likes what its family members have been working on. The DIY Philly label has recently brought Della-Monica into the fold, signing her to its impressive, growing roster. No Thank You's forthcoming LP Jump Ship is scheduled for release on February 24. Check out the lusher-sounding, new version of her lead single, "Juicy J," below! (Photo by Pete Murray)

New Deadfellow EP Available for Streaming & Purchase

An emerging, eerie resolve rings true in Love Songs for the Contemporary Listener, the debut EP from Deadfellow. Moving forward despite dreary conditions, the songs carry a lingering; whether shaded in heavy guitar ascension or softer circling patterns, the soulful ache remains. Deadfellow is set to perform solo at Coda on Monday, January 30, and will be in full-fledged band mode on Friday, February 10 at Ulana’s. (Photo by Dave Apple)

New Music Video: "I Don't Ever Wanna Leave California" - Allison Crutchfield

Co-directed with Catherine Elicson, the video for “I Don’t Ever Wanna Leave California” offers some further insight into Allison Crutchfield's debut solo album, Tourist In This Town, scheduled for release on January 27 via Merge Records. With an eye planted from the West Coast, the song captures a sense of casual, melodic warmth while describing in direct manner the desire to move forward personally. The First Unitarian Church will host Crutchfield & The Fizz’s record release show on Friday, February 10 that will also include Radiator Hospital, Pinkwash, Empath, and Try The Pie.

New Music Video: "On The Rise" - Hardwork Movement

Philly hip-hop collective Hardwork Movement uses their hometown sorroundings as the scenic backdrop for their new video, "On The Rise". Inspired by Spike Jonze's music video for The Pharcyde's "Drop," director Forrest Reid successfully executes the "magic" of shooting in reverse, making it worth a second, third, fourth - you get what we're talkin' about. You can also find "On The Rise" opening the group's latest EP Draft Night. (Photo by Out Of Town Films)

Hardwork Movement - On The Rise from Forrest Reid

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New Track: "Time Floats" (King Britt Remix) - Moor Mother

Philly's own King Britt just remixed rising avant artist Moor Mother's "Time Floats," which closes out her latest critically acclaimed album Fetish Bones (Don Giovanni). It was part of an ongoing collaborative series between acts from this year's Moogfest lineup. Moor Mother explains, "'Time Floats' speaks about the environmental warfare that continues to plague historical African American and low income communities."

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