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Post-punk trio darkturn released their latest EP, O Delmore, yesterday. The Florida transplants bring a wild and dark sound to the scene and some interesting album art courtesy Alex Matz.

You can catch darkturn at Reggies (2105 South State) with Psych-Rocker Jude Shuma, Dorian Taj, and Sounds Del Mar on June 5th for just $5.


Jennifer Hall @ Subterranean

Jennifer Hall is preparing to release a tremendous new self-titled EP this month. Hall has a power voice and is a skilled songwriter. This is the follow-up to her 2011 EP, "In This". The first single from the EP is called "Make It Out Alive" and is available for purchase on itunes or streaming below.

You can help Jennifer celebrate the release of EP on June 12th at Subterranean with Hemmingbirds and Mike Maimone.


Negative Scanner

Negative Scanner has released the first single, "Would You Rather", from their upcoming self-titled album which will be released on July 10th via the local label Trouble In Mind.

You can catch Negative Scanner at Ranchos with Breakout (ATX), Violent End, and Public Assault on June 13th and at Cole's for the record release event with Yuze Boy on July 25th.


Willis Earl Beal

The soulful Willis Earl Beal has joined the Portland Indie label Tender Loving Empire. The label announced today that they will be releasing Beal's next LP, Noctunes, on August 28th. This will be Beal's first release on a label since his split with XL Recordings and his follow-up to the independently released 2014 album, Experiments In Time.

Below is the first single from Noctunes, "Flying So Low".


The Pact @ The Abbey Pub

Last week, The Pact released their new single, "Legends", via soundcloud. The single has a clean, radio-ready, Imagine Dragons, polish to it that seems destine for larger stages.

You can catch The Pact at The Abbey Pub on June 21st with Out The Car Window.


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