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Mega Low releases new single "Reminders," play The Wayfarer on 11/25

On the video for their new single, "Reminders," Mega Low gives a different spin to the performance-based music video. At first, it seems ordinary enough: the Costa Mesa four-piece get ready to record another take inside a studio booth, led by the guidance of an unattached recording engineer. That is until we find what's troubling said engineer, which leads to an eye-opening experience that causes him to pay attention. And as he should, given that the Spencer Askin-led band delivers a mini rock suite that nods to classic rock royalty like Queen and The Beatles with a modern stylistic approach.

Check out the David M. Helman video below, who's worked in the past with artists like The Weeknd, Glass Animals, and Khalid. And if you want to see them live, they're playing a local release show on November 25 at The Wayfarer. - Juan Rodríguez

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Historian releases “Witchhazel” off forthcoming LP

The Deli is pleased to present “Witchhazel,” the new single off Historian’s forthcoming LP, Distractions. The Los Angeles-based psych rock band is always experimenting with sounds and distortions. “Witchhazel” grows and reverberates and glides through the room with some major Deerhunter moments. Chris Karman’s rich vocals call like an incantation and the tune is reminiscent of Magnetic Fields, with experimental realist pop vibes. Distractions will be released on January 17th 2020. -Michelle Kicherer, Associate Editor

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A Million Rich Daughters

The Post-Punk Quartet A Million Rich Daughters recently released their debut album, Hidden Parents.

This is the work of Matt Clepper, Brett Grant, Jake Grant, and Joshua Paul Victor.

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Copyslut's latest video "Maker's Mark"

Oakland-based queer band Copyslut released their video for "Maker's Mark" this fall. The song is about "...inherited trauma, sparking its inspiration from one of the most famous oral legends in Mexican folklore: 'La Llorona.' Filled with healing pleasure and queer artistic celebration, the music video takes its audience from the streets of the trans district in San Francisco into a world and culture they push to make possible..." The sexified cabaret video is dark and captivating accompaniment to the song and we will leave it up to your viewing pleasure. -Lucille Faulkner

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Office Culture get cozy on “A Life of Crime,” play Elsewhere 11.20

New York soft-rock quartet Office Culture liken the experience of listening to their new record to “walking into a beloved old bar in a neighborhood where you no longer live,” but it is more comparable (in this reviewer’s opinion” to a comfortable, rainy Sunday night spent at home, away from the clamor of city streets. Throughout their new LP A Life of Crime, clean synths, an easygoing percussive drive, the occasional wailing horn, and singer Winston Cook-Wilson’s laissez-faire vocal delivery congeal to embed the entire record with a relaxed energy, but there’s never a dull moment. From the moody instrumental interplay on tracks like “Diamonds” and “Hard Times in the City,” to the playful bop of “Home on High” and “Parade,” Office Culture lay down a steady groove that will immediately resonate with fans of classic pop rock outfits like Steely Dan or more contemporary fusion-focused groups like Parcels and Whitney. Stream it below, and catch them on November 20th at Elsewhere supporting Wild Nothing. —Connor Beckett McInerney

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