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Debut LOUDS EP Available for Streaming

Ok - for a lot of you, the first half of your workday is over. But how can you make it through the rest to get to this weekend? We'd like to help you past the time with the infectious, upbeat debut EP, If More People Bought Art More People Would Buy Art, from electro-popsters LOUDS. The record officially comes out on Thursday, June 4, coinciding with the band's release show at Boot & Saddle. Hope that it helps! BTW: You can also just walk out of work right now. We give you permission.


New Track: "Takes Two" - LOUDS

The collective of LOUDS has released its second single off their debut EP IF More People Bought Art, More People Would Buy Art. “Takes Two” is a bubbly dance-pop track that juxtaposes a continuous strumming with space-gliding electronics and upbeat intertwining vocals. Let go of the week, steer toward the weekend, and press play!


Divers Record Release Show at JB's April 11

After successfully crowdfunding their new album Holding Bodies, Divers will be celebrating its release tonight at Johnny Brenda's. Led by Emily Ana Zeitlyn (The Weeds) who is back by Ross Bellenoit (Birdie Busch), Todd Erk (Hoots & Hellmouth), and Thomas Bendel (Buried Beds), the folk-tinged indie-rock quartet has the talent and seasoned wherewithal to command an audiences attention. They'll be joined by LOUDS who are working on their debut EP IF MORE PEOPLE BOUGHT ART MORE PEOPLE WOULD BUY ART, and we are certainly interested in hearing what they'll have for us next. Also in town to welcome Divers' new release is Brooklyn folk-rock outfit Hawk & Dove. Johnny Brenda's, 1201 N. Frankford Ave., 9pm, $10, 21+ - H.M. Kauffman


Louds Opening for Cheerleader & Dream Safari at JB's Dec. 20

Starting as a familiar collaboration between brothers Pete & Charlie Brooks and growing to incorporate friends within the artistic community, Louds has set the bar relatively high with their single “Ways,” a highly contagious electronic blast of loose, fun energy. With its free-flowing iridescent tones meshing with clear augmenting lyrics and a constant danceable groove, the song is a promising first step as they work on their EP If More People Bought Art, More People Would Buy Art. Tonight, Louds opens the evening of performances at Johnny Brenda’s, which also features the inviting jungle-vibed electronic blend of synth/keys and percussion of Dream Safari, a.k.a. Chris Coulton, shining a steady luminosity in which movement proliferates. The vibrant, joy evoking tunes of Cheerleader will headline this bill of locals. Johnny Brenda’s, 1201 N. Frankford Ave., 9:15pm, $10, 21+ - Michael Colavita


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