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Tiger Hatchery "Rusty Opened Broken Soul of a Locust"

The Improvisational Jazz trio Tiger Hatchery has released a new EP called "Rusty Opened Broken Soul of a Locust”. This year the trio celebrates ten years together and this is their third official release.

This is the work of Mike Forbes (sax), Andrew Scott Young (bass), and Ben Billington (drums).

   

Sally Haze "Dining Room"

Sally Haze recently released their debut EP, “Dining Room”. This is the hazy dream pop of William Wright and Jessica Wright.

They also dropped a fantastic cover of The Beatles’ classic ‘Yesterday” with in weeks of the release of their EP.

   

Enchanters - High Energy Garage Trio Open For Danko Jones at Lee's Palace 12.06

Enchanters are a throwback to the old school, thumpin’ garage rock. Based in Toronto, this power trio are inspired by legends such as The Stooges and The Damned. They have new 7” releases planned for 2020 including this track “Firetruck”. This is a high energy tune with shredding guitars and fuzzy bass licks. Crank this up and take it for a ride. You can enjoy this tune and many other rippin’ rock n’ rollers at Lee’s Palace on Friday December 6th when Enchanters opens up for Danko Jones at Lee’s Palace. – Kris Gies

   

Petrolane "All Day Long"

Petrolane has released a new single called “All Day Long”. This is an addictive blend of Hip Hop, Future Soul, and R&B. The producer has released a series of singles over the last year, and really shows no sign of slowing.

   

Deep Sea Peach Tree jangle onwards on "Certain Thoughts," play Our Wicked Lady 12.7

Uncertainty permeates “Certain Thoughts,” the latest single by NYC indie pop trio Deep Sea Peach Tree, interspersed among jangling, treble-friendly guitars and an unperturbed vocal performance by frontman Kristof Denis. Amidst lyrics detailing how “some things never change,” Deap Sea Peach Tree play on, their bright, upbeat sound counteracting the song’s meandering narrative. In the same sense that Denis’s lyricism seems to accept the cards as they fall, that despite how he may “look for answers, [they] never appear,” the band seems happy to play on, embedding “Certain Thoughts” with a certain sunny optimism and a compartmentalized worldview; listen below, and catch Deep Sea Peach Tree at Our Wicked Lady on December 7th, alongside QWAM, the Down & Outs, and Lackadazies, presented by Bloodless Management. —Connor Beckett McInerney