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Emily Blue

Emily Blue has released a new single, “Blackberries b/w Rico Acid”. Both tracks a part of project called #BubbleGumAcidPop, and are what Emily is calling psychedilic pop. The songs are catchy and have addictively heavy bass lines.

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Dreamy witch-house on new Den-Mate EP

Haunting, gratifying, and very indie, Den-Mate's Entropii is a pleasing blend of Icelandic dream rock and the sounds of synthwave/witch-house pioneers Crystal Castles. With an eerie aesthetic that is very much 2010s-dark indie, Den-Mate is making music that is not only very trendy, but also quite high-level. This is quality material, well produced, full of crisp and clean melodies clashing with unsettling backing tracks.

The impressive craftsmanship on display here is a sign of the young Virginia native's potential, Den-Mate is definitely a band to look out for in the near future.

-Written by Michael Dranove

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Radiator King brings intense folk to Bowery Electric on 4.29

Brooklyn folk/punk troubadour Radiator King (Adam Silvestri) has a lot to tell us about being on the road. "You meet people, you have these connections with strangers you’d never cross paths with if you weren’t playing a show... when you’re traveling, you can’t help but notice how vast this country is." And his music certainly portrays the grit of touring and the diversity of his experiences: it's rough around the edges. Radiator King has taken different elements of America's homegrown genres, namely rock and Americana, to shape that beaten-up, worn-yet-lively sound. Catch him live at the Bowery Electric in New York on April 29th. - Geena Kloeppel

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THE DANGER BEES - LIVE AT JUNCTION CITY MUSIC HALL!

The Danger Bees are a 5 piece alt-rock based in Toronto. They released a brand new record in January titled "Fish With Wings". This album has 9 songs and completely oozes 90's. These tunes should have been featured on the Wedge in 1997. If you feel like some brand new nostalgia (is that a thing?) then head over to the Danger Bees bandcamp and buy this record. Make sure you go see them on Saturday April 29th at Junction City Music Hall with Big Name Actors, Flamingo Báy and High Heels Lo Fi. - Kris Gies





Krust Toons: "In A Hole?" by Tedd Hazard

Krust Toons: "In A Hole?" 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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