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New Track: "All In" (Feat. Cynthia G. Mason) - Sun Airway

Before 2016 ended, we were delighted by the news of Sun Airway's return after a four-year hiatus with his single "FOAM". And now, just barely into 2017, we are treated once again to the second sampling from his forthcoming LP, Heraldic Black Cherry, called "All In". The vibrant calm of Sun Airway's latest track also features backing vocals by Philly singer-songwriter Cynthia G. Mason.





Satellite Mode unveils new single + plays Irving Plaza tonight (01.06)

We gave NYC's indie pop duo Satellite Mode a "Buzz Alert" back in November (yo, when we say it, we mean it!), and we are glad today to find out they are playing Irving Plaza... tonight! These guys just released a new single, entitled 'Warm Fire Lightning' (streaming below) that confirms their talent what good we had to say about them a couple of months ago. This is quality pop that feels timeless. If you move fast, you might still be able to grab a ticket for tonight's show, they are opening for Great Good Fine OK. If not, well... enjoy the new single!





New Track: "Not Losing Sleep" - Thin Lips

Thin Lips are heading out on a sweet European tour with Philly pals Modern Baseball and The Superweaks towards the end of this month. The three tourmates will also be joining forces for a split 7" that will be released by Oxfordshire indie label Big Scary Monsters. You can check out Thin Lips' piece of the pie, a power-pop gem titled "Not Losing Sleep," which premiered yesterday over at GoldFlakePaint





Flower Girl release "Tuck In Yer Tie-Dye", play Sunnyvale tonight (01.06)

Flower Girl, whose previous release was our NYC Record of the Month back in November, have already a new record full of catchy, unpretentious indie pop tunes, cleverly titled Tuck In Your Tie-Dyewhich conjures up fond memories of Syd Barrett, Beck and early Camper Van Beethoven. The Brooklyn-based group, led by Dave and Henry Van Dusen, have put twelve tracks of head-bopping songs down to kick off 2017, each one of them balancing equal parts of alt-country, psych pop, and indie rock. Recorded in the Catskills, this is another album that makes us reach for the repeat button, while kicking back in a (mental) cabin with our best friends, all of whom are jamming to "I Saw A Mouse", swaying to "Breathmint," and going "Yeehaw!" on cue during the chorus of "2 Late 2 Be A Cowboy" (track #6 below) 

You can celebrate the release of Tuck In Your Tie-Dye with Flower Girl at Sunnyvale tonight (January 6th), along with openers The New Ones, Plains, and Datenight from Nashville. - Will Sisskind





New Music Video: "Bread Eyes" - The Mysteries

The Mysteries get freaky in the streets (and sometimes the bushes) of Philadelphia in their new video for "Bread Eyes". Sporting the latest in eyewear that seems to be catching on throughout the city, the band provides an odd interpretation of the song's title. It's the lead single from the group's upcoming release, New Age Psychedelic Experiment. The Mysteries will bring their Doors-inspired brand of psych-pop to Johnny Brenda's on Friday, January 20, where they'll be sharing the bill with Ceramic Animal and Satellite Hearts.

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