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Kris Gruen song “Coming Down Around Me” featured in Orion Pictures film "All These Small Moments"

A New York City native who’s put down roots in Vermont over two decades ago, Kris effortlessly blends sagacious wit and emotional depth in his songwriting. “Coming Down Around Me’ off his 2018 album Coast & Refuge was co-written with director Melissa Miller-Costanzo who also directed the music video for the song which will be released later this month. Melissa says of the song “It perfectly envelopes the characters in a swath of poetry and a twang of seduction." The soundtrack album is being released on Brooklyn’s Mother West label on January 18th, the same day the film becomes available on demand.

Shy Technology "For Days"

Shy Technology kicked off 2019 by releasing a new single called “For Days”. This is Indie Rock band’s second single in as months following-up “Hello, My Name Is Victory”.

This is the work of David Coulson, Irving Vazquez, Jon Wilson, and Alex Ivanov.


Lucille Furs "Paint Euphrosyne Blue”

Lucille Furs have shared a pure Psych-Pop gem called "Paint Euphrosyne Blue” from their forthcoming sophomore album Another Land with is due out February 15th via the French label Requiem Pour Un Twister.

This is the second single from what is shaping up to be a tremendous album that can be pre-ordered here.


Mentalease "Push A Button"

Mentalease released their first EP, “Push A Button”, since 2014 today. This is the fuzzy and warped shoegaze of Spencer Harris, Wesley Hunt, and Daniel Martinson.

You can catch Mentalease at The Burlington tonight, January 17th, with Forest Management, Esper Werm, and Eric Mewmiller.

Neal Francis "These Are Days"

Neal Francis has released the first single, “These Are The Days”, from his forthcoming LP which is due out this summer via Karma Chief Records.

Francis is a member of the local funk band The Heard and a duo called Prizes, and is striking out on his as Neal Francis.

This first single, the first of two coming in early 2019, is an R&B influenced rock song in the vein of Dr. John or Leon Russell, and a clear sign of big things to come from Neal Francis in 2019.

You can catch Neal Francis at FitzGerald’s in Berwyn on January 31st and at Concord Music Hall on February 8th opening for Twiddle.


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