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Pecas to premier single & video this Valentine's Day at Alphaville

It’s easy to get lulled into a false sense of security by first impressions - even as the painful truth is staring you right in the face. That’s what’s remarkable about the music of Pecas - behind tranquil synths lie words of fear and uncertainty so subtle they could easily get washed away, like a whispered confession to a friend after midnight. However, Sandy Davis, the mastermind of Pecas, holds command over the impact of her music, and lyrics like those from her 2018 track "Tuesdays" stick with you long after your last listen: “Do you ever just fall apart on Tuesdays after dark?” Pecas has been working on music with record label Broken Circles, and on Valentine’s Day, she will be premiering a new single and music video at Alphaville - but in the meantime, check out her 2018 EP After Dark, below. - Sunny Betz





Unfound "Anomaly"

Electronic music producer Unfound released his debut album, Anomaly, this month via Del Mar, CA label Stratford Ct.

This is retro leaning, synth based, hypnotic chillwave and features Boston’s Forhill on a track called “Creation”.

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Pop up-and-comer Quinn Lewis releases video for single "Hanging On"

Sometimes we like to take a look at the Deli's Local Charts and see who's up and coming in the scene; today, we're highlighting Quinn Lewis, a Brisbane-born pop artist who came to Nashville four years ago. After a couple of successful singles last year, Lewis signed with Arista Records on the heels of releasing his latest single "Hanging On", a dark and pulsing dance-pop tune about a relationship on the rocks that just won't end. The video for the release features Lewis singing in a series of destitute locations, such as a run-down motel, a swamp, and a past-its-prime convertible. Take a look at it for yourself below. - Will Sisskind

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Claud lays down centering alt pop on "Easy In The Morning," plays Baby's 2.15

It’s hard not to fall in love with the relaxing, alt pop productions of Claud Mintz, whose recent single “easy in the morning” blends textures both electronic and acoustic, setting guitar arpeggios against swelling, muted synth and shuffling electronic breaks. The whole track is accented by field recordings of morning birds in the background, creating an additional layer of easygoing atmosphere to Claud’s already mellow vocal performance. Lyrically, “Easy” is an unapologetic vision of self-intimacy, of the still moments spent alone before the day breaks and the complications of modern life set in - Claud’s willingness to invite us into their world is a centering experience, one that imparts an unparalleled sense of ease upon the listener, and serves as a testament to the inner peace we can all find if we take some time, alone. 

Claud will bring their introverted, tactile pop to Baby’s All Right on February 15th, playing alongside Del Water Gap and Spud Cannon. Until then, cozy up and stream “easy in the morning” below. -Connor Beckett McInerney (@b_ck_tt)

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William Covert releases Music for Synthesizer and Drums

Drummer William Covert of Space Blood and Rust Ring has released a solo album called Music for Synthesizer and Drums via the British Columbia label Coup Sur Coup. The album first single is called “I Am Not Paul Avery” and is accompanied by the wild video below.

You can catch William Covert at Co-Prosperity Sphere tomorrow, February 2nd, with Poison Arrows, Parlour, and Pinebender.

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