Indie Rock

Mock Nine @ Martyrs (8/11)

Mock Nine released their debut EP, Stories From That Night You Can’t Remember, last week. The EP the band’s previous singles, “Mach 9”, “Wasted!”, and “Pick Up”, along with a timely opening track called “Summer Time”.

Mock Nine it the work of Tommy Langford (Lead Vocals), Franklin Brady (Rhythm Guitar-Harmonies), Mac Campbell (Bass), James Bruce (Lead guitar) and Sam Grosman (Drums).

You can catch them at an All Ages show at Martyrs on August 11th with The Powers Project and Vision in the Rhythm.

   

Born Days “Where We Live"

Born Days (aka Melissa Harris) has released the lead single, “Where We Live”, from her forthcoming sophomore EP which is due out October 4th via Rain Heart Records.

You can catch Born Days at Sleeping Village on Sept. 18th with Boyscott, 8-bit crEEps, and Den-Mate.

   

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20:00
Band name: 
Riverby
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The Pharmacy
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Yeesh "Victory Lap"

Post-Punk trio Yeesh disbanded back in 2017, but this week released the first single, “Victory Lap”, from their final album, Saw You Up There. The album was recorded at Electrical Audio back in late 2017and will finally be released on August 16th.

Yeesh formed in 2008 and was the trio of Alex Doyle (guitar/vocals), Greg Obis (bass/vocals), and Peter Reale (drums). This is the first new music we have received from them since 2016’s LP, Confirmation Bias.

   

09.26: Long Beard plays Baby's All Right to release "Means To Me" LP

You know that feeling of spending a few glorious weeks at summer camp, enjoying time out on the water with your bunkmates and roasting marshmallows by the fire and falling in love, only to have to go home with your memories at the end of the season and let them linger in your mind as you try to stay awake in school? That's what Long Beard's new single "Means To Me" sounds like. Feelings of nostalgia come through in Leslie Bear's ethereal voice; a move back home to New Jersey inspired the wistfulness in her lyrics. The title track on Long Beard's upcoming album Means To Me -- like its previous single "Sweetheart" -- explores the meaning of home, not only for Bear to ponder, but for the listener to consider as well. Long Beard will perform at Baby's All Right on September 26th to support the release of Means To Me; take a listen to the title track below. - Will Sisskind