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Stone Giants to perform at Mercury Lounge (11.2)

From the Hard Rock Cafe to the House of Blues, Stone Giant has been unleashing the downtrodden tales of their 2015 debut album. Underlying the harsh, raspy vocals of Sebastian Fernandez is an outcry of a despair, longing, and the strength to move on. Join them as they rock the Mercury Lounge on November 2nd, and check out their single "LDG" down below! - Ashley Muniz 

Ghost of Jupiter to release new album 10/21 at Lizard Lounge

MA-based Ghosts of Jupiter blend beautifully etheral vocals with swirling guitars and strong synths to creating a powerful psychedellic potion. The band, who are set to drop a new album this month, effortlessly span a liminal time place--sounding distinctively like a vintage record store pickup, without falling into psych-band tropes that are long tired out. Check out Ghosts of Jupiter 10/23 at the Lizard Lounge to pick up a copy of their latest release, The Great Bright Horses, but in the meantime you can stream their first single off the album below.-Olivia Sisinni

 

Philosophical Zombie to play Great Scott 10/14

 Philosophical Zombie delivers moody, post-punk vibes that feel as dark as they do danceable. The group is set to drop an album this month entitled Cotard's, but if the already released single "Dream On" is anything to judge by, listeners can expect interesting chord progressions, spacey sounds, and weirdly infectious hooks from the new release. Check out their album release party 10/14 at Great Scott with Babydriver, but in the meantime, stream "Dream On" below.-Olivia Sisinni

 

Samuel Proffitt releases latest single "Drown" off forthcoming EP Grey Notebook (10.10)

An air of mystery and beauty permeates Samuel Proffitt's latest single Drown, off the forthcoming EP Grey Notebook. On this track, the classic piano ballad is placed within the dimensions of electronica. Combined with the seductive melancholia of SKYLR's vocals, the song's ambience is hauntingly memorable. Take a listen to "Drown" down below, and look out for Grey Notebook, scheduled for release on 10/10. - Ashley Muniz

Miranda Inanunza plays SOB's on 9/26

On her Soundcloud profile, NYC RnB artist Miranda Inzunza says she "lowkey, wants to be the female Drake" and, although she still has a loooong way to go, she might be on the right path. Her output to date bears some sonic but mostly thematic (the lady doesn't rap) resemblances to the music of the self described "God of Toronto." Floating on gracefully produced atmospheric tracks flirting with trip hop and ambient, her vocals have the perfect weight to them, allowing her lyrics, often about the pitfalls of relationships, to feel completely genuine, rather than sappy or overwrought. On her latest "Take (feat. JAHS)" she sings over airy, electronic and slightly trappy production about a partner that only "takes, takes, takes;" the beat perfectly emphasizes the vocals/lyrics and vice versa. Our favorit track 'The Beginning' (streaming below) is a dreamy electronic track expressing the love for the initial stages of relationships. Miranda Inanunza is one to watch, and if you happen to be in NYC, you can do so live at SOB's on 9/26. — Henry Solotaroff-Webber

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