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Psychedelic Folk

Time: 
19:30
Band name: 
The Dream Eaters
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.facebook.com/thedreameatersnyc/
Venue name: 
Berlin
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Sun Colony releases hypnotic debut EP

Sun Colony have been fortunate enough to acquire one hell of a press release tagline. Just recently, the psych rock-leaning quartet received an unexpected ringing endorsement from none other than Slowdive’s Neil Halsted. Even if Halsted may know a thing or two about a genre he helped pioneer, the question remains: is it really any good? Well, the good news about the Topanga Canyon band’s self-titled EP is that it doesn’t try to reproduce a tired facsimile of Slowdive’s incandescent melancholy. They approach a more sunburned form of post-rock with just a taste of classic Britpop, which is fitting given that their EP was mixed in the U.K. after rising local producer Kyle Mullarky gave their ascending, yet oblique structures a hypnotic aura.

Sun Colony’s debut EP is out now via all streaming platforms. A 12’’ release will follow in the next 1-2 months via their official website.

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Slowcore

Time: 
20:00
Band name: 
Anna Altman
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.facebook.com/AnnaAltmanBand/
Venue name: 
Sunnyvale
Band email: 
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Parrot Dream bring Chile flavored dream pop to Brooklyn Bazaar, 09.14

Parrot Dream's discography showcases the gradual development of their dream-pop aesthetic, which features a peculiar Latin twist (the band is originally from Chile).

In their song "On Your Own," Parrot Dream teases the listener into an all-too-familiar melancholy before jumping in with a groovy bass line and electrifying hi-hat, reminiscent of the Chilean disco scene.

Make sure to partake in the experience at the Brooklyn Bazaar on 09.14 alongside our other featured bands, Triathalon and Mons Vi. --Amanda Ogea

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Overlake opens for The Brian Jonestown Massacre + talks about stompboxes

Overlake specializes in serving up gazey and delicious tracks that showcase strong melody-writing chops. They are playing a high profile show in Philly tomorrow (September 6th), opening for The Brian Jonestown Massacre (New Yorkers will be able to catch them at Gold Sounds on October 4th). Though there’s enough wall-of-sound goodness to sink your teeth into, the band also manages to meld upbeat, indie-inspired choruses that you may find echoing up in the space between your ears all day. Our friends at Delicious Audio asked them to share a little bit about the gear that helps to define their gorgeous noise - check out the Q&A here, and their recent video for 'Unnamed November,' streaming below).  - Olivia Sisinni, Photo: Naomi Scott

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