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SCIENTIST "Magik Mirror"

Metal band SCIENTIST has released a video for their new single “Magik Mirror”. The track is taken from their recently release LP, Barbelith.

You can catch SCIENTIST at Burlington on April 26th with Cokegoat and Corridore.


New Track: "Cold Wave" (Feat. Crimeapple, Recognize Ali, Reef The Lost Cauze & DJ SoulBuck) - Buddy Leezle

Buddy Leezle recently completed a collaborative LP with Karnate, entitled Gavage. Its debut single, “Cold Wave,” enlists Crimeapple, Recognize Ali, Reef The Lost Cauze, and DJ Soulbuck as reinforcements. An ominously chill beat steps into the streets. Seamlessly relaying the mic, the collection of emcees deliver cold, calculated bars, with an icy intensity, before leaving frosty bodies in their path. You'll wanna bump this more than once.


New Music Video: "Heaven's Away Team" - Vexxed

Thank You Sooo Much, the debut EP from Vexxed, which is comprised of Lucy Stone (DRGN King), Max Steen (Cold Fronts), and Zach Sewall (Grave Goods), is slated for release on May 4. Languishing in a slow-burning, melodic haze, “Heaven’s Away Team,” appears resigned to the inevitable. That pleasant, fading perspective plays into the mystical glow of the accompanying video, with its astronomically doomed serenity.

Robot Princess celebrates release of energetic garage rock LP at Secret Project Robot 04.28

Hop on the wave, the big buoyant wave of indie rock that is Robot Princess. As much as the band dwells into scrappy punk, it never hesitates to flood its songs with keytar hooks, sugary backing vocals, and bounce along choruses. On a handful of singles from the band’s new album APOCALYPSE + BULLSHIT, out April 28th on Jam Eater Records, the penchant for unabashedly eager garage rock continues uninhibited. You can feel the energy in person that night when Robot Princess headlines a release show at Secret Project Robot. In the meantime, listen to single "Wizards + Mystics" below. – Cameron Carr


Huttch - "Get Up" Music Video, Dakota Tavern 04.25

Huttch are an indie rock band from Windsor. They just released a new track and music video “Get Up”. It’s got some 70’s funkiness going on alongside the 2000’s indie rock style. The outfits and desert setting in the music video are unreal. The music isn’t exactly what I was expecting upon first seeing the setting of the video but both are great nonetheless. The tune was very well put together. Huttch plays the Dakota Tavern on Thursday April 25th. – Kris Gies


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