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Bonzie "Combback"

Bonzie (aka 21-year-old Nina Ferraro) has released a second single from her forthcoming LP Zone on Nine. The single is called “Combback”, and is a mostly acoustic and dark, emotional journey. Zone on Nine will be released on May 19th.

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New Track: "Tell Me" - Lizdelise

Lizdelise seems to have channeled St. Vincent in its latest single, “Tell Me”. Framed in the clean, percussive, drum-machine snap and rough around the edges guitar riffs, the contrasting, silky, vocal texture provides an adhesive sonic foil. It’s a cliff-hanging example that will keep our ears to the grindstone for future developments from the group's new label, Odd Gift Records. You can catch Lizdelise at PhilaMOCA on Sunday, May 28, as part of a lineup that also includes Lady Parts, Adler Hall, and Carroll.





Debut Harmony Woods LP Available for Streaming

Philly singer-songwriter Harmony Woods, a.k.a. Sofia Verbilla, shook our foundation with her latest single "Renovations". Her debut full-length album, Nothing Special, is set to come out this Friday, May 5 via Honest Face Records, but you can stream the LP below in its entirety. It was recorded by Modern Baseball's Jake Ewald with bandmate Brendan Lukens accompanying on lead guitar. You can also join Verbilla and friends the evening of her release at JJ's Diner, where she'll be supported by Major Pursuit and Soft Idiot. (Photo by Emily Dubin)





Fresh Traxx: Rasheed Jamal - "Better Off $$$"

*photo by RoseLeon

Rasheed Jamal is one of the leading voices in Portland hip hop, flowing about relevant, thought provoking subject matter over bumpin' beats. Many flock to Jamal's tracks for insight, and he just dropped a new one with a bomb beat and some quick rhymes.

"Better Off $$$" could be a club banger. Jamal goes in expressively hard with his words over the trappy beat. It even landed its own spot on Vortex Music Magazine's 3rd anniversary collectible vinyl compilation.

Dive into it below.





The catchy melody of The Loved's "Back to Me"

Poppy indie rock trio The Loved sure know how create harmonious melody, especially out of the simplicity of just three chords.

Driven by Lael Alderman's expressive vocals, The Loved balances galvanic rock with the tenderness of dulcet songwriting and rhythmic instrumentation from bassist Daven Hall and drummer Jake Endicott. They're doing a staggered release of their debut album, by dropping a series of singles throughout the first half of the year. The first single, "Back to Me," has a video that coincides with it.

"Back to Me" as an idea seemingly came out of nowhere for the band, and within seven minutes was a finished song. The song has a lot of power and its video compliments it well. On the song, Hall said:

"There was a vision for this album going into the studio, where we could create an album that moved and would move you, that would sometimes rock you, and where there would still be plenty of space for things to breathe, and we walked out off there with all that."

Watch the video for "Back to Me" below.

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