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New Hemming EP Available for Streaming & Purchase

Waiting/Wasting is the new EP from Candice Martello-led Hemming. A pensive, piano-anchored, personal journey unfolds. These songs occupy a solemn, isolating space that gathers and exhibits a resilient strength. You can catch Hemming performing next in Philly on Friday, May 31 at Ortlieb’s.





Molly Parden performs at The Basement 05.20

Molly Parden shows up at the top of The Deli's Nashville charts quite a bit, so we thought we should share that she'll play at The Basement on May 20th. Parden has bounced around the Northeast and Midwest over the past month; her Spring tour around the States will take her to the Northwest and Southeast before she returns home to Nashville. At her Basement show, fellow artists and friends Madi Diaz and Zoe Sky Jordan will join Parden on the bill. Catch this show and you may also hear some new tracks. Take a listen to Parden's latest release, 2018's "Bolting Volts", below. - Will Sisskind





R&B artist dnny plays EXIT/IN on 05.24

Coming up in Nashville's R&B and hip-hop scenes is dnny, an athlete-turned-musician who has two singles shooting up the charts on Spotify. The latest track, a friend-zone inspired song called "way wrong", features Tampa-based hip-hop duo Xuitcasecity on lyrics and beats, showing how dnny has already started to make connections and waves in the national scene. dnny will take the stage to launch his brand at Exit/In on May 24th on a bill with other Nashville-based pop artists Kat Saul and Joe Daccache. Boston-based rapper Cam Meekins will perform as well. Take a listen to "way wrong" below. - Will Sisskind





New Hurry Single Release Available for Streaming & Purchase

The trio of Hurry recently shared a new single release via Lame-O Records. “Frustrate You” stews in a reserved, reflective tempo as the lingering, melancholy, rainy day vibe plays out in delicate melodies. On its B-side, “An Element Of Surprise” picks up the pace, creating a sense of urgency and optimism over a final stand/opportunity. You can find Hurry sharing a billing this Friday, May 10 at Everybody Hits with Gladie and Happy Accidents.





Yohuna prepares new album, play Elsewhere on 5/23

The vision of singer/songwriter Johanne Swanson (who performs as Yohuna) takes the introspection often found in personal songs and reflects it on both elements of nature and the personal relationships inspiring it. Her latest album “Mirroring” is set for release on June 7, with two songs now available for preview. Moving away from a previous reliance on synthesizers, Yohuna relies here more on guitars as the predominant instrumental force. The title track floats along pitch-bended chords rivaling the best of any dreamgaze practitioner. Ethereal, almost aloof vocals deliver poetic three word lines on the verses before a call and response chorus reveals the song's cascading vocals hook. Easy laid back drumming gives way to a 16th-note high-hat pattern, adding rhythmic motion at points within the overall dreamy feel. “Rain & Prairie Snow” opts for a cleaner guitar sound while adding simple, reverant keyboards allowing for more emphasis on a choral vocal sound (enhanced by long-time collaborator Emily Yacina). Yohuna's May tour arrives at Elsewhere in Brooklyn on 5/23. - Dave Cromwell

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