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PREMIERE: Sean Carroll carries R&B's torch on "Jealousy"

The wicked, envious crooner is an old character in the book of rhythm and blues, and Sean Carroll is the latest performer to don the costume. New aptly titled single “Jealousy” embodies a lasting R&B tradition, made more contemporary by Carroll’s inclination towards confrontational guitar work, yet with distinct classic influences — still present are a roaming organ groove and a sauntering percussive beat. Fans of more recent R&B outfits like the Black Keys and Jack White will find “Jealousy” accommodatingly vintage and chock full of soul — give it a listen below (preferably with cigarette and whiskey in hand).

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Folk/Country

Time: 
22:00
Band name: 
The Morning Sea
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.facebook.com/themorningsea/
Venue name: 
Rockwood Music Hall
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Stream The Gloomies' groovingly recollective "Sideways"

Memories have a way of shifting and transfiguring the past, creating picture shows in the mind that, while fictionalized, are still “based on a true story.” Such mental Kodaks inform the track “Sideways” by NYC-based the Gloomies, a collection of acid-bathed footnotes, rife with recollections of black lights and clear perfumes. It’s a fitting tune given the Gloomies’ recent relocation to Brooklyn from Southern California that the first single from the project's forthcoming LP Romance would be a psych-pop yarn from their last summer; crunchy vox and meandering guitars abound on this track, placing it squarely between the sounds of artists like Ariel Pink and the thematic overtones of Thomas Pynchon’s Inherent Vice. Listen to this tastefully far-out track below. —Connor Beckett McInerney

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Alt Pop

Time: 
07:30
Band name: 
Theo Kandel
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://facebook.com/theokandelmusic
Venue name: 
The Bowery Electric
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PREMIERE: Hillary Capps' new LP is a slow illumination, plays Rockwood 1.25

Album rollout cycles have become increasingly creative in recent years — while 2020 is very much still in its waxing period, we tip our hats to Hillary Capps’ forthcoming album, The Way Back Home, for its slow unveiling in coordination with our sister Moon. Releasing in four parts in tandem with the four lunar cycles (new, waxing, full, and waning) and over the course of the year’s first five months, the tracks themselves slowly illuminate Capps’ penchant for lush indie pop and introspective lyricism. Home’s inaugural New Moon cycle presents listeners with two tracks (“Slow Motion” and “You Could Be The Moon,”), songs centered around beginnings, both setting the stage with their respective rising, dramatic builds, offset by spacey guitar work and shuffling grooves. Those interested in following the record’s rollout can presave it on Spotify, and those seeking a celestial listening experience can catch Hillary Capps at Rockwood Music Hall, Stage 2, on January 25th.

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