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NEWSLETTER #6 /// WEEK OF 4/18/16
No interview this week, but how about a special music recommendation?

KID IN THE ATTIC put out a surprise single this week and it's a collaboration that's spanned four years and three major cities. The resulting pop-gem is linked below, right after this week's Showlist...

SHOWLIST //
Here's a list of recommended shows for the coming week...

Tuesday, April 19
  •  Air Waves @ Palisades /// MORE
  •  Jesse R. Berlin @ Knitting Factory /// MORE

Wednesday, April 20
  •  Baked + The Due Diligence @ Aviv /// MORE
  •  Friend Roulette + Tiny Hazard @ Sunnyvale /// MORE
  •  The Black Dahlias @ Pianos /// MORE
  •  Total Slacker @ The Gateway /// MORE

Thursday, April 21
  •  Landlady @ Rough Trade /// MORE
  •  Robot Princess @ The Rock Shop /// MORE

Friday, April 22
  •  Crosss + Parlor Walls @ The Acheron /// MORE
  •  Jesse R. Berlin @ Union Pool /// MORE
  •  Speedy Ortiz @ Union Hall /// MORE

Saturday, April 23
  •  A Alden St. Aubin @ Sidewalk /// MORE
  •  Big Quiet @ Union Pool /// MORE
  •  Dead Stars @ Mercury Lounge /// MORE
  •  Hey Anna @ Rough Trade /// MORE
  •  Oracle Room @ C'mon Everybody /// MORE
  •  Polica @ Warsaw /// MORE
  •  Shellshag + Turnip King @ Babycastles /// MORE
  •  Slonk Donkerson @ Palisades /// MORE
  •  TEEN @ Cake Shop /// MORE

Sunday, April 24
  •  Hayley Thompson-King + Mail The Horse @ Mercury Lounge /// MORE
  •  Kid In The Attic @ C'mon Everybody /// MORE
  •  Libel (Album Release) + Dinowalrus + The Jaguar Club @ Union Pool /// MORE
  •  Turnip King @ Palisades /// MORE
  •  Wilder Maker @ Baby's All Right /// MORE

KID IN THE ATTIC /// NEW SINGLE

Listen on Soundcloud!
Via Kid In The Attic's official website:

I started this song four years ago, inspired by a collaboration with my friend David Sprecher, a Chicago based artist. He sent me an improvisational piano track recorded in the open air of his studio, which I chopped to bits and used to build “Stay Good” from the ground up. Two years later, in LA, my best friend and world’s greatest producer Joanna Katcher (Allison Weiss, Julia Nunes) washed it in pure gold, recruited drum wizard Adam Christgau (Troye Sivan, Tegan & Sara), built a bridge, and the result is “Stay Good.” Another two years later, here we are. Don’t wait forever. I hope you enjoy.

Produced and Mixed by Joanna Katcher
Drums – Adam Christgau
Mastering – Matt Shane
Art – Werewolf Girlfriend

INSTANT GRATIFICATION ///
Give a listen and/or look...

Air Waves - BTR Live Studio [ep453]
Watch: Air Waves
Jesse R. Berlin - I've Really Never Been Prepared For You
Watch: Jesse R. Berlin
"Above My Ground" by Landlady - BTR Live Studio [ep356.5]
Watch: Landlady
Spritzer - BTR Live Studio [ep487]
Watch: Spritzer
Dead Stars - BTR Live Studio [ep432]
Watch: Dead Stars
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