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New Music Video: "Dust & Days" - Rosu Lup

Below is a contemplative new music video from Rosu Lup for the track "Dust & Days" that makes us long for the time when the only limits in our lives were found in our imagination. Director Francesco Gambino captures those feelings so well with the band's standout song from the EP Currents. The group will be taking the stage of MilkBoy Philly next Thursday when they open for Yarn. Enjoy! (Photo by Doug Seymour)


NYC bands you shouldn't forget about: White Hills

From short videos that would freak out the most sunshiny and well meaning of acid trips, to several records from a near decade of undistilled noise fantasies, White Hills brings their blend of psych and stoner rock to a world that might not yet be ready. So you may want to take a tour around the block first, and listen to latest record 'So You Are... So You'll Be' to get an idea of how exactly this new cosmic religion functions. The ritual chants and sonic booms of track 'In Your Room' should be all you need to get you started. Listen below. - Mike Levine (@Goldnuggets)


The Locals @ Metro

The Locals have released a new video for their track "Running Toward The Sound" from their latest EP Stereotastic Funicular. The video was made by Jessica King and Julie Keck of King is a Fink Productions, and features some very cool stop motion.

You can catch The Locals at Metro on Friday, Nov. 15th.


Video: White Sea "They Don't Know" (NSFW)

White Sea, the moniker for singer-songwriter Morgan Kibby, fuses electronic soundscapes with a trance-inducing mood that echoes closely to the triumphant sounds of new age. Though this may be first first effort as a solo artist, she's a veteran working musician - some of her other projects include singing as front woman of The Romanovs and, just until recently, touring with accomplished French electronic band M83. The grand gestures of single "They Don't Know" are closely linked to M83's epic soundscapes, which gradually soars into a thrilling crescendo fit for an overhead shot of towering mountains and crystal clear waterfalls. The tastefully bare swimmers in the music video contort with graceful elegance, performing water acrobatics in sync with the song's sweeping pure moods.



From The Deli NYC's submissions: Star Rover

Star Rover is what might happen if John Fahey got married, then divorced to Robert Pollard from GBV. The band has an on-again, off-again relationship with Folk and weird Americana that could only come from a well-traveled group now finding themselves recording an album in Bushwick. Every bit the jam band in tracks like album opener 'Western Winds Bitter Christians' (streaming), the album of the same name also produces Sunday evening songs like "We Would Be Building" that'll find you rocking on the front porch of that ranch house you've always imagined yourself in.

At least until things start to get hazy and noisy again. This is a journey from one end of America's sonic spectrum to the other, and this (mostly) instrumental guitar/drums duo are there to make sure you enjoy the ride with them. Check it out below, and see them when they get back from their east coast tour soon. - Mike Levine (@Goldnuggets)

This band submitted their music for coverage here.



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