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Resounding No wields noise perfectly, play In the West 8.22

Weird noise plays opposite scorched guitars on Gross Dominance, the new EP from New Jersey’s Resounding No. Whether this noise adds to a dramatic, calamitous conclusion on opener “Hexed Pet” or adds a gritty depth of sound to vocals on tracks like “Hunter’s Moon,” Resounding No understands how to wield reverb and dissonance to their advantage. This, paired with the Garden State trio’s command of songwriting and precise percussive licks helps to deliver a tight extended play that rips from start to finish, providing a rust-laden, engaging listen for fans of melodic punk and garage rock. Get a good pair of earphones before you let Gross Dominance wash over you, and catch Resounding No at In the West on August 22nd alongside Didi and Magic Ghrelin. -Connor Beckett McInerney

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Sean Green @ The Whistler (7/28)

Sean Green dropped his latest single, “Driver”, last month, and now is planning to release the next single, “Thinking’ Bout U”, from his forthcoming EP, “Perfume Hill”, on July 28th.

Green performs a brand of music he has dubbed Millennial Jazz, but it lands somewhere on the Yacht Rock spectrum.

You can help Green celebrate the release of the new single on July 28th at The Whistler with Late Nite Laundry.

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Gorilla Social on Sofar Sounds

Sofar Sounds Chicago recently posted their session with Gorilla Social. For this live performance the group performed their 2018 single “Mr. Literal”.

Their latest single is called “Clockwise” and was released back in April.

You can catch Gorilla Social at Burlington Bar on Sept. 21st with Oakmen and Slow Haste.

 

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Indie Rock

Time: 
20:00
Band name: 
Gorgeous
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.facebook.com/thisbandisgorgeous/
Venue name: 
Jones Beach
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Verluna @ Martyrs’ (8/3)

Verluna is the earnest and intense sounds of Alex Katsaropoulos. He released his latest single “The Narrow Road to Oku” back in February, but last month dropped a beautifully filmed live performance video for the track. Much of Verluna’s music is inspired by the Japanese poet Bashō, and revolves around his meticulous guitar work and haunting vocals.

You can catch Verluna opening for Eldren at Martyrs’ on August 3rd.

 

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