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Hurry Record Release Show at FUC Oct. 24

Hurry to First Unitarian Church this evening. Matt Scottoline (of Everyone Everywhere) bookended by Joe (Psychic Teens) and Rob (ex-Univox) DeCarolis, a.k.a. the band Hurry, are celebrating the release of their new LP Everything/Nothing via Hot Green Records. The album injects bright, punchy rockers approached from an intimate point of view; balancing infectious songs with a strong instrumental backbone, Hurry’s blend of personal exuberance is an excellent way to jumpstart your weekend. Tonight, they will be joined by the tight-sounding, pop-punk-inflected Algernon Cadwallader offshoot, Dogs on Acid. An additional twist thrown into the mix is that Bleeding Rainbow will be performing in a throwback two-piece setup, which we hear might be be a more common occurrence with the departure of guitarist Al Creedon and drummer Ashley Arnwine. The unabashed, attitude-expressive rock of The Cats opens the celebration. First Unitarian Church, 2125 Chestnut St., 8pm, $8, All Ages (Photo by Ally Newbold) - Michael Colavita


New Hurry LP Available for Streaming

For many reasons, we kind imagine hanging out with Hurry's Matt Scottoline would be the equivalent of taking an adventure with An Idiot Abroad's Karl Pilkington, which is definitely a compliment meant with the highest regard. On his sophmore album Everything/Nothing, it's not surprising to find Scottoline with his heart on his sleeve strumming away and providing us with some truly charming, very self-aware fuzz-pop. He is backed by a rhythm section of cousins and seasoned players in Rob DeCarolis (ex-Univox) and Joe DeCarolis (Psychic Teens), who match his experience with Everyone Everywhere. You can take a listen to their new record below, and they'll be officially releasing it on October 7 via Hot Green Records. Pre-ordering for vinyl is currently available, and a bonus limited-edition cassette of demos will come along with it, while supplies last.


Hurry Opening for Hospitality & Ex Hex at JB's July 23

With their second LP Everything/Nothing on the horizon, the Matthew Scottoline (Everyone Everywhere) led trio, Hurry, heads into Johnny Brenda’s this evening. Bookended by cousins Joe DeCarolis (Psychic Teens) and Rob DeCarolis (Univox), Hurry’s songs almost immediately assimilates to one’s ear. There’s an easy-going nature to Scottoline’s semi-spoken vocals, melding with crisp snap and pop instrumentation, which are given an additional texture by the presence of fiery fuzzed guitar. As we await the new release (whose contents could be showcased tonight), Hurry effectively hovers the threshold of pop-rock, capturing a smoothness that makes your head bob, while retaining a harder edge that keeps listeners on their toes. DC pop-punk trio Ex Hex, who will release their debut LP Rips via Merge Records, bridges the gap to headliners and fellow labelmates Brooklyn-based pop trio Hospitality. Johnny Brenda’s, 1201 N. Frankford Ave., 8pm, $12, 21+ - Michael Colavita


Cayetana Rocks Golden Tea House April 8th

South Philly’s high-kicking Cayetana plays Golden Tea House tonight with Strange Relations, Hurry, and Cruiser. Channeling Liz Phair and Sleater-Kinney frequencies, Augusta Koch, Allegra Anka, and Kelly Olsen have been touring and hitting the local scene hard since forming at a party in 2011.  Check out “Hot Dad Calendar” and “Ella” before tonight’s show or catch Cayetana at The Fire on April 29 and Union Transfer on May 31before they kick off a national tour with The Menzingers on June 4.  Please contact one of the acts or Golden Tea House for details. – Jaime Pannone (Photo by Mary Ferrigno) 

Hurry Opening “for a Band [You] Like” at Union Transfer Feb. 22

Matt Scottoline of Everyone Everywhere takes his other project Hurry to Union Transfer this evening. Serving as the show’s opener is something that the group playfully embraces as they will be selling limited edition T-shirts that read “I Saw Hurry Open for a Band I Like.” Hurry takes Scottoline’s introspective emotive lyrics, and delivers them on an alternative rock platter, cultivating catchy pop-rock, while incorporating the ferocity of fuzzed-out guitar to add that extra bite. They will be joined by local indie punk quartet Glocca Morra who floats in a grey area that combines moments of unabashed intensity with lighter melodic points. Then, you can dive into a trio of Topshelf Records artists beginning with the well put together indie rock of A Great Big Pile of Leaves, who will be followed by the extensive ensemble, Connecticut’s The World is a Beautiful Place & I am No Longer Afraid to Die. Finally, the show is headlined by Evan Weiss led emotive-rock endeavor Into It. Over It. Union Transfer, 1026 Spring Garden St., 7pm, $15, All Ages - Michael Colavita


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