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Cheem Drops Video for New Single, Spiral

 Earlier this month, Connecticut's Cheem dropped a video for their recently released single, "Spiral", a catchy, pop-punk laden alt-rock tune that establishes the band firmly as an artist to watch.  About a year out from their debut album, Making a Planet, the Hartford five-piece shows they have plenty more to say, with interesting instrumental breakdowns and a classic dual vocal style.  Check out the video below and keep an eye out for upcoming shows. -Brian Varneke

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Final Roof Doctor EP Available for Streaming & Download

Former Maggot House proprietors/Deli Philly Featured Artist(s) Poll Winners, Roof Doctor, a.k.a. Mark Harper, Kevin Paschall, Alex Stackhouse, and Chet Williams, just played their last show this past Saturday at PhilaMOCA, alongside pals Mumblr and Yes Yes A Thousand Times Yes. They also raised $1,162 for th Southern Poverty Law Center, while treating attendees to some dope jams and tasty Franklin Fountain Ice Cream, cookies and lollipops. However, before the guys had themselves killed off, they wanted to share their final recordings, found on the EP So Long and Thanks for Nothing, which you can stream and download below. Thanks for everything, fellas! (Photo by Mariel Celentano)

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The Beach Bats - "Beach Body"

Self professed "sandy garage rock from an inner city beach". The Beach Bats are from Hamilton. So they must be hangin out at the beach with the unswimmable water. If it helps them create these sweet surf-rock tunes then I hope they keep doin what their doing. Moon Mutt, Goth Bikini and Roger Banks are responsible for the Beach Bats. They mix surf rhythms with indie rock melodies along with 90s punk rock vocals. I could hear the tune "Beach Body" be played on the film "Clerks". - Kris Gies

The 94 Knicks to bring indie vibes to Muchmore's 4/18

With a name like the '94 Knicks, maybe it's appropriate that this Brooklyn-based band is serving up the type of indie rock your dad used to make. With tons of distortion, catchy angular riffs, and break-your-heart levels of reflective and relatable lyrics, the group crafts tunes that may just make you nostalgic for simpler times... like when the Knicks were actually worth following. Listen to the '94 Knicks streaming below and catch them 4/18 at Muchmore's playing with Scott Sellwood, Huh and Paintings.-Olivia Sisinni 

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New Track: "The News" - Tubey Frank

“The News,” featured on Tubey Frank’s debut EP Tubey Frank Goes To Trash Camp!, has our ears perked. The track's spiraling guitar and rhythms intermingle, creating a state of whimsy with harmonizing vocals encouraging listeners to sing along. About halfway through, the trajectory changes slightly as the guitar exhibits a compelling, raw force, setting the stage for the vocals to ratchet up in a throaty thrust. However, that temporary demonstration of fortitude quickly resolves itself, mellowing back onto the path.

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