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Elk Walking "Walk Away"

Elk Walking released a new single last week called “Walk Away" b/w “Molly”. This is the band’s second single of 2018 coming on the heels of “Ride The Tide” which dropped back in June.

You can catch Elk Walking at Artifact Events (4325 N. Ravenswood) on October 31st with Blue Dream, Pooky, Inho, and Town Criers.

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Krust Toons: "GOT" by Tedd Hazard

Krust Toons: "GOT" by Tedd Hazard - please feel free to drop him a line at teddandthehazards@gmail.com if you dig or have any funny ideas. You can also check out more of his illustrations and animation shorts HERE.

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New Verb Tec & Vanderslice Album Available for Streaming & Purchase

Rapper Verb Tec and producer Vanderslice have collaborated to create The Freedom Papers. Honed over the course of a decade, the album exudes a time-tested sound - one which rides soulful, R&B beats as Verb Tec demonstrates a calm, confident, mature mindset. With a relentless, resilient pursuit toward ongoing improvement, the messages of these recordings inspire.

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The Safes Pay Tribute to Juliana Hatfield

The Safes have released a tribute single to Juliana Hatfield via American Laundromat Records. The single’s A-side is “Universal Heartbeat” with a B-side of “I See You”. Below is the video for “Universal Heartbeat”. The record was engirened by Steve Albini and the source material is a perfect match for the mixture of Pop and Rock of The Safes.

You can catch The Safes at Scubas on November 21st with The Differents, Baby Money & The Down Payments, and The Marcatos.

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Ayoinmotion headlines The Revolution Vol. 32 on 10.27

Williamsburg's National Sawdust is kicking off the fall season up a notch this month with another date of The Revolution - a Deli sponsored event. The lineup will include more NYC-based artists that showcase the emerging and wide-ranging talent of our city’s local scene. Volume 32 will feature live performances from Ayoinmotion, Apex Sky, and the brand new sounds of recently formed project LADY BUG. Ayoinmotion’s electrifying Afrobeat is expected to bump this venue with beat-heavy dance jams and the energetic backing of live performers. Having an experimental and ethereal style, Apex Sky’s live show has been noted for its cinematic presentation, driven by meticulous instrumentals and rich melodies. Debuting her soulful new material, singer/songwriter LADYBUGY will open the show with her smooth and sultry performance. Come check out some of New York City’s favorite artists, both well-known and on the rise, on October 27 - click here for tickets and more information.

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