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Marc Neibauer

New Track: "Forward" - Marc Neibauer & Austin Potter

Marc Neibauer (My Home is the Sea, ex-Eat Your Birthday Cake) and Austin Potter (Tapes & Tubes) have combined forces releasing the single, “Forward,” via Potter’s fledgling label Safe Harbor. The song’s reflective lyricism spills out into crisp, night air as serene, isolating instrumentation gradually picks up the pace as the subject peers in both directions the past and the future. Hopefully this pairing will continue to march ahead.

Church Girls EP Release Show at MilkBoy Philly Jan. 31

Local quartet Church Girls celebrate the release of their self-titled debut EP tonight at MilkBoy Philly. Mariel Beaumont’s vocals vary from joy-filled to half-spoken downcast and world-weary. The instrumentation on the album captures a crisp steady fervent feel anchored by a tightly wound backend and electric guitar runs that are ready to spring loose. Multi-instrumentalist and audio engineer Jesse Gimbel, who contributed backing vocals on the release, dishes a rocking take on the singer-songwriter genre, incorporating lively licks into personal tales. Marc Neibauer’s tunnel-traveling, melodically peaceful tunes open this evening. MilkBoy Philly, 1100 Chestnut St., 8:30pm, $10, 21+ - Michael Colavita


Free Download: "Summer" - Marc Neibauer

With Labor Day on the horizon, we found a new single from Marc Neibauer in our inbox this morning. "As the season comes to an end, 'Summer' is my look back. Perhaps my most relatable and accessible song to date, 'Summer' is about the need for adventure out and the fear of being left behind." You can stream and download the track for free below.


Free Download: "Come On Man" - Marc Neibauer

Here is a new single from Marc Neibauer called "Come on Man," which he proudly proclaims to be "full of Phil Collins/Miami Vice vibes." Yeah, we've definitely been noticing the trend of folks professing their love for the former Genesis drummer/singer - whether truly or ironically. You can stream and download the track for free below.


New Track: "Cowards Get What They Deserve" - Marc Neibauer

This live version of “Cowards Get What They Deserve” by Marc Neibauer was recorded Saturday at The Fire. It casts a dreary grey-cloud tone, which appears appropriate given Mother Nature’s current outlook.


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