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Silent Pictures co-headlines at Bottom of the Hill 07.28

Bay-area psych quartet Silent Pictures will co-headline a show at Bottom of the Hill on July 28th, alongside United Ghosts and Breaking Lights. On their 2016 full-length release, Let It Begin, Silent Pictures weaves a melancholic tapestry of minor-key disillusionment. The band blends elements of Brit-pop, punk and new wave into a polished and impressive display of musicianship and cerebral songwriting sensibility. -Ethan Ames





New Wave / Post Punk

Date New: 
Wed, 08/02/2017 (All day)
Time: 
20:00
Band name: 
HEAVEN
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.facebook.com/HeavenbandNYC/
Venue name: 
Union Pool
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POSSUM - "ELECTRIC PICKLE" PARTY

One of the most talked about bands in the booming Toronto garage scene has just released a new EP “Electric Pickle”. Possum really rock that California garage sound so well. Right up the same alley as Ty Segall and Thee Oh See’s. The appropriately named opening track “Party Jam” features a really groovy curveball of a breakdown. They got mindspinning bass lines on repeat while a noisy solo noodles you back into the head-knodding meat of the song. Fire up the EP for a quick of blast of deadly psych/garage tunes. Possum’s EP Release Party is Saturday at the Smiling Buddha with Double Date With Death, Vypers and Deaf. – Kris Gies





Shoegazer

Date New: 
Tue, 07/25/2017 (All day)
Time: 
19:30
Band name: 
Ohnomoon
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.facebook.com/ohnomoon/
Venue name: 
Bowery Electric
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Wild Pink brings punk-influenced indie rock to Goldsounds, 7.26

Wild Pink is one of those rare bands that's able to channel the emotional without being melodramatic, the nostalgic without the overly sentimental. The New York-based three-piece informs their brand of indie rock with punk and garage influences, while their narrative-inspired lyricism channels a singer-songwriter vibe. Their New York roots become clear in songs like “Great Apes” (streaming below) where they make specific references to their surroundings (“Riding out some psychotropics / In the shadow of the World Trade / Trying hard to understand the culture in my face.”) The dynamics of the song are reminiscent of early 2000s indie rock, but their simple, raw lyrics modernize the track. Their next live show will be at Goldsounds in Brooklyn on the 26th, and after that, The Knit on 08.23 and then a September East Coast tour. - Lilly Milman

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