Thursday, February 11, 2016

New Music Roundup: This week's freshest debut releases and videos

We've got the lowdown on three new announcements/releases to keep you at the top of the local music buzz.

New Music Roundup: This week's freshest debut releases and videos

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We’ve got the lowdown on three new announcements/releases to keep you at the top of the local music buzz.

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Dewey Decibel, in anticipation of his upcoming EP Son of a Beach, has released an accompanying video for his single "What You Are". Featuring Ricky Radio on the track, this Philly rapper has also teamed up with Glass Canon to shoot one killer video. Look for his record to drop next month from Bold New Breed Records. Show some love and check out his Facebook and Twitter. How sweet does that beach look?

For all of the reggae and hip-hop lovers out there, Blayer Pointdujour & The Rockers Galore's debut album The Bull is officially out now. Always showing love for the fans, a free download of their single "1804" featuring Joe Jordan is available on SoundCloud. "1804" was mixed and mastered at MilkBoy the Studio and lyrically deals with Blayer trying to connect his family history to the present. Listeners will find influence from The Skatalites' "Rock Fort Rocks". Don't forget to find them on Twitter and Facebook! Watch the trailer for The Bull featuring Schoolly D here.

West Philly's Katie Frank has just released her debut EP Covered Bridge Road on BITBY music to much anticipation. Her single "Close Enough" was chosen by XPN's Helen Liecht as the Philly Local Pick of the Day for September 19th and more buzz is to be expected around her upcoming shows. Be sure to listen to her country meets pop songs on SoundCloud and like her on Facebook.

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