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Download a Zombies-esque pop song from Philly’s MANWOMANCHILD

Manwomanchild
Manwomanchild | photo courtesy of the artist

MANWOMANCHILD is the project of Philadelphia’s David Child, a multi-instrumentalist and songwriter with a keen ear for pop hooks and retro-60s ambience. When we first met him last December, Child had just released the single “The Telepath Returns”, a bouncy track that recalled early Pink Floyd and Os Mutantes. This fall, he’s back with the jangling “Return To Ithica,” which carries hints of The Byrds and The Zombies, The Velvet Underground’s “Who Loves the Sun” and Belle and Sebastian’s “Seeing Other People.” Listen to the track and grab a download below. Continue reading →

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Download the debut EP by The Suffers via NoiseTrade

Photo by Jeremy Zimmerman | http://jeremy-zim.com/
Photo by Jeremy Zimmerman | http://jeremy-zim.com/

It’s been an incredible year for the Houston, Texas R&B/soul band, The Suffers. In January, they released their self-titled four song EP, and since then, the band has been garnering rave reviews for their live shows. The band has been in Philly several times this year, including a sold out show at Boot & Saddle, and an incredible performance at Connor Barwin’s Make The World Better foundation fund raiser at Union Transfer. Continue reading →

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Meet Baltimore’s Sun Club; download “Tropicoller Lease”

Sun Club | Photo courtesy of the artist.
Sun Club | Photo courtesy of the artist.

Baltimore psychedelic rockers Sun Club recently released their new The Dongo Durango, on ATO Records. With an EP and another full length to their credit, the five piece roll into Philly this weekend, playing Kung Fu Necktie tomorrow night, Saturday, November 7th. Continue reading →

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Download a World Cafe performance of “Big Time Nashville Star” by Shakey Graves

Shakey Graves | Photo  by Kelsey Stanger
Shakey Graves | Photo by Kelsey Stanger

Singer and songwriter Shakey Graves is back on the road, with a stop in Philly on November 14th at the Electric Factory, with Those Darlins opening. In November, 2014, Shakey Graves visited World Cafe and did an interview and performance. Joining him in the studio was Esmé Patterson, who sings on the album, most notably on the song “Dearly Departed.” Watch a performance of that song below, and download a Cafe performance of “Big Time Nashville Star.”

Listen to the World Cafe session here. Continue reading →

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