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New Music Video: "Bring Yo Friends" - Tunji Ige

Josh “Glassface” Goldenberg merges an interesting series of imagery in the video for “Bring Yo Friends,” found on Tunji Ige’s mixtape Missed Calls. An old-school premiere countdown opens the proceedings. Then, a mixture of black & white, low-key Brooklyn bridge performance visuals, interspersed with flashes of widespread settings and morphing animation, give the production a chill but hyperactive touch.

New Track: "Hands" - Cave People

Cave People will release their debut album, Sinning Tree, digitally and on limited-run cassette (100) on October 28 via Stereophonodon Records. On that corresponding evening, they will participate in Hurry’s Halloween Spectacular at PhilaMOCA, alongside Eric Slick (Dr. Dog, Lithuania) and Cherry, which is led by former Kite Party member Russel Edling. Edling and Ben Walsh (Tigers Jaw) also joined Dave Tomaine on Sinning Tree. Its first single, “Hands,” snaps with the immediacy of backend, reinforced by the jangly buzz of guitar capitulating the melodically nostalgic but discouraged lyrical sentiment.

The Deli Philly Takes Over Y-Not Radio This WED at 11AM & 10PM EST

Just a heads up that the good folks at Y-Not Radio invited me to take the reins and spin some tunes for everyone while we chat about The Deli Philly & our 8th Anniversary Bash happening this Saturday, October 15 at PhilaMOCA with Suburban Living, LOUDS, and The Retinas! The show will air tomorrow (Wednesday) at 11AM and 10PM via YNotRadio.net. Tune in to discover some emerging Philly artists who should be on your radar! - Q.D. Tran 

New Track: "Plant" - Doubles

“Plant,” the first single from the quartet of Doubles, gradually blossoms before one’s ears. Vocal harmonies with the slight tick of guitar gives way to uninhibited, rockin' instrumentation. What begins as the makings of a tender tune tears off the band-aid in thoughtful rebellion/independence.


Explore the Tortured Aftermath of Cemetery Flowers at Second Empire Oct. 11

One enters and explores the tortured aftermath when listening to Cemetery Flowers. Tonight, they’ll be placed at DIY space Second Empire. Pushing through hostile, chaotic surroundings and welding steely cold, persistent grooves with the lingering outcry of vocals, Cemetery Flowers rolls through what at first glance appears to be empty terrain, drawing others out of their personal sanctuaries, marching them forward, before streamlining the disorder into union. The blistering bombardment of Machine Gun and the desolate, tormenting rushing of post-punk known as Humanshapes round out a trio of locals supplemented by the immediate onslaught of Greensboro’s Holder’s Scar and the synth-guided space-punk of Nashville’s Essential Tremors. Second Empire, (Please contact one of the acts or venue for more info.), 7pm, $7, All Ages - Michael Colavita


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