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NYC indie rockers Born Cages debut new music video

NYC rockers Born Cages just premiered a new music video (streaming below) for the single "I Just Want the Truth, Baby," off of their recently released debut album, "I'm Glad I'm Not Me." Shot in slow motion black-and-white, and partially inside of a church's confessional booth,  the video emenates a mysterious and sexy vibe. The song itself is 3-minutes of sex-laden lyrics laid over dark, electro-rock instrumentation and an infectious melody that deviates from the traditional indie-rock formula in just the right places. The trio's anthemic rock songs and unique fusion of electro- and indie-rock elements has garnered them a lot of attention in the last few months. Following the end of their first headlining US tour, Born Cages has signed on as a part of this summer's Vans Warped Tour, but unfortunately it won't be bringing them back to New York. The album is available for purchase or streaming, check out also the videos for the songs "Caiti" and "Don't Look Back."

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Kat Robichaud and The Darling Misfits Release New Music Video + Play Stork Club TONIGHT

The San Francisco based burlesque -heavy rock band, Kat Robichaud and The Darling Misfits have released a brand new music video. Apple Pie and The Knife is an anthem that fights the unfair epidemic of "slut-shaming" (accusing a woman of being over-sexualized for dressing or acting in a certain way, and sometimes, for no reason at all).

"The Apple Pie and The Knife" is based on my experiences as an aggressive female rocker on The Voice. I behaved the same as some of my male counterparts, but because I'm a woman, it was the double-standard and I got called out, mostly by women, for being boisterous. I was too aggressive on stage. My shorts were too short. "Who did I think I was?" I made the video because I want little girls growing up to know that they don't have to fit into this subservient box and that can be themselves without questioning themselves, regardless of their sex."  -Kat Robichaud

Robichaud made it into the top 10 on the popular televised singing competition, The Voice. She apparently didn't have an amazing experience on the show, but we still love you, Kat!

You can see Kat Robichaud and The Darling Misfits perform live at The Stork Club in Oakland TONIGHT with VOWWS, Survival Guide and Sister Grizzly. This is an amazing line up that will be performing at a grungy rock club in the Oakland. We can guess that the show is going to be raw, in your face and completely unpredictable. That's what rock and roll is all about!

Residuels & Thrills Opening for Foe Destroyer at Boot & Saddle July 30

When Iggy Pop has some kind words to say about what you've done with one of his songs, then you know that you are moving in the right direction. Residuels, led by Justin Pittney (formerly of Moon Women), continue to bash out exhilarating garage rock. The band has an upcoming album in the works that contains new material and re-recorded songs that Pittney had laid down in the studio in the early stages of the project, before the exodus of drummer Pat Troxell (Creepoid) and its reformation into a trio, with the addition of Michael Cammarata (Suburban Living, ex-Drink Up Buttercup, ex-Night Panther) and Kyle Garvey (The Interest Group). You'll get to hear this bigger sound this evening on the wonderfully powerful system of South Philly's Boot & Saddle, where Residuels will be opening for Denton's Foe Destroyer, which is made up of Daniel Garcia, Cade Sadler, and Chris McQueen (of Snarky Puppy). They'll also be sharing the bill with Thrills, the electro-rock project from Michael Mullin (of Vacationer and Ratkicker), who will be making its live performance debut. Mullin will be joined on stage by Vacationer bandmates Ken Vasoli and Greg Altman. Boot & Saddle, 11131 S. Broad St., 8pm, $10, 21+ - Q.D. Tran

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New Track: "Hotline" - Dream Safari

As the heat turns the outdoors into a pressure cooker, Chris Coulton, a.k.a. Dream Safari, has released a new single called “Hotline.” The tropical bounce of percussion and keys provides that fluid moving foundation, while saxophonist Max Swan provides a silky sensual finish. Embrace warmer temperatures, or at least, chill out with a cold beverage and these island vibes.

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Blues quartet Ezra Mae and The Gypsy Moon headline at The Pinch, 8/7

Perfect for a smoky, haze-filled cocktail lounge, Ezra Mae and The Gypsy Moon have an excellently refined grasp on backroom blues, with a touch of garage lo-fi for flavor. A rare treat, this DC-based foursome has good stage presence and the sort of sultry vocals that induce deep trances of wistfulness. Kicking it right after only two years on the scene, Ezra Mae and The Gypsy Moon have a sound modeled after the greats of blues-rock, replete with weepy guitars and thick bass lines. Do yourself a favor and catch them headlining at The Pinch, 8/7, $7. -Jonathan Goodwin

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