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Operators

Ecstasy In My House
Feb - 24 - 15
Operators is the new project of Dan Boeckner, known previously for his work as frontman of Handsome Furs, as well as his key role in Divine Fits & Wolf Parade! Operators toured with Future Islands last year & hit the road soon with The New Pornographers! Sweet!

Emmy The Great

Swimming Pool
Feb - 22 - 15
Where previous recordings have been introspective, reflecting the deepest concerns and confines of Emmy’s own mind, S EP looks outwards. Written in cities – Salt Lake City, Tokyo, Hong Kong, LA, New York and London – during an itinerant period in Emmy’s life, the songs track the resulting pe ...

Manny Phesto

Rabbit Hole w/ Greg Grease
Feb - 20 - 15
While this hasn't been confirmed, the name Manny Phesto may be derived from the word "manifest." What does this mean to you? Well, nothing if you don't know what manifest means. But if you do, you might realize that Manny has got some important stuff to say. "Rabbit Hole w/ Greg Grease" not only has ...

Monogold

Holograms
Feb - 19 - 15
Released three years after Monogold’s sophomore LP, This Bloom finds the Brooklyn trio taking an intriguing departure from gentle 80s ambient to more passionate, drum-driven psych-pop. The opening track ofThis Bloom has a soothing start that flows seamlessly into the shimmering, high-energy stando ...

The Pass

Take You Out
Feb - 18 - 15
Louisville, KY’s The Pass tout a “neverending quest for a balanced perfection of synthesizer pop and dance-floor psychedelia.” Mere twentysomethings, they are already expert organizers of a barrage of sound that would be otherwise easy to let derail. Thanks, they say, to endless nights in a ba ...

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