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Kurt Marble is a fuzz rocker from right here in Toronto. He released an EP last year titled "Notes". The record kicks off with an ultra fuzzy slow riffage tune called "Replacement" and intertwined in all the garage rock noise is a soothing vocal floating along to add a contrast to the music. It makes you wonder what mood to be in while listening. The next track is a bit of a psych-out..."Negative One Twelfth" begins with you thinking you're getting an acoustic folk jam but then the electricity kicks in and you're ready to hit the pits. It's the kind of noisy madness you would want to hear at the Silver Dollar Room on a Friday Night. Lucky for you Kurt Marble will be opening up for Pet Sun's Record Release Party at the Dollar this Friday! - Kris Gies


Wild Belle

Wild Belle (Natalie Bergman and Elliot Bergma) is in the midst of a huge month that included playing The Tonight Show last week and releasing their new album, Dreamland, this week. Below is the video for their tremendous new single, "Throw Down Your Guns".

Wild Belle kicks of their Spring Tour on April 22nd at Garfield Park Conservatory.


Human BBQ XXXVIII at Pilam April 9

Get up, and grub down for the 38th annual Human BBQ at Pilam. The all-day affair showcases a roll call of talented bands (17 in all); the majority of which are sprung from local soil. Among those are the psych-pop of Grubby Little Hands, whose new album Garden Party is set for release on April 29 via Lefse Records. The coasting, casual wave of Blue Smiley amplifies in intensity, pushing its loose air into a turbulent state. The melting point of electro-hip hop and ambient noise with Moor Mother Goddess brings a broad spectrum of sound together. Emotively sprinkled, reserved and then raucous sounds Bone Bats and the somber, twisted, rockin' melodies of Cold Foamers juxtapose the 0 to 100 grind thrash of +HIRS+. The subtle, lilting, experimental textures of Japanese Breakfast help to round out this festive day into form. Pilam, (Please contact one of the acts or venue for more info.), 12pm, $15, All Ages - Michael Colavita

New Music Video: "Ennui" - Carol Cleveland Sings

Wishing Well, the new EP from Carol Cleveland Sings (which includes Thomas Hughes of The Spinto Band and Gretchen Lohse) was released yesterday. Directed by French artist Anne Horel, the video for “Ennui” captures the joyful electro-pop vibe, added with an assortment of feel-good home-video pet imagery running across the screen, adorned in glasses, costumes, imposed singing etc. It is silly and playful in a way that’ll make you smile. Carol Cleveland Sings debuts their expanded lineup on April 22, at Everybody Hits on a bill that also includes Lomez Place of Worship and Jo Passed.

New Music Video: "Floaty Feeling, Blue" - Weekender

Director Jay Yachetta captures a panoramic perspective in Weekender’s new music video for the title-track off their latest EP Floaty Feeling, Blue (PaperCup Music). It utilizes textures of illumination as well as the broader picture to create a pleasant pensive state. Editor Ryan Putnam challenges the natural vibrancy, when an intense tonal change briefly triggers warping/curving of the imagery. The band will be performing in Philly on Saturday, July 9 at Johnny Brenda’s.


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