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Frida Kill Album Review

On March 6, 2020, right on the verge of quarantine, Brooklyn-based Frida Kill released their first two songs, recorded live in January 2020, when we could all still attend concerts! Frida Kill describe themselves as “making noise about the dystopian nightmare we are currently stewing in.” The album’s excellent lyrics and cohesive sound are anchored by the strong musicianship of Lily Gist, Maria Lina, Jeanette D. Moses, and Gabriela Canales. In this time of turmoil, Frida Kill provide a refreshing voice and perspective in the Brooklyn scene.

   

Songwriters

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21:00
Band name: 
Ricky Stein
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https://www.facebook.com/rickysteinmusic/
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Facebook
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Brittany Campbell Unveils BLM-inspired animated music video “Matter”

NYC's soul act and visual artist Brittany Campbell, who was featured on the cover of The Deli's issue #45 back in 2016, when print was still a thing, unveiled this animated video for the song Matter, dedicated to the BLM movement. "I wrote the song when the protests started happening nationally for this resurgence of the Black Live Matter movement" - says Brittany - "I was creating a lot of art, at the time, (both visual and sonic) in tribute to Breonna Taylor, George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery etc…A lot of the visuals used in the video are those very same pieces. The song was brought to life by producer Sam Hoffman (Mereba)."

   

Songwriters

Time: 
19:00
Band name: 
Ricky Stein
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.facebook.com/rickysteinmusic/
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Facebook Live
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Knot releases debut LP on Exploding in Sound on August 28

Brooklyn's Knots raised from the ashes of Boston's Krill, and offer a tense mix of nervy post-punk instrumentation and '90s slacker vocals that perfectly blend two genres that have stood the test of time in the constantly evolving sea of rock'n'roll waves. The single Knot, streaming, is included in their debut, self titled LP out on August 28 on Exploding in Sound.