Pop duo Generationals released a music video for "Put a Light On," the next single from its upcoming release Heza, out April 2 on Polyvinyl Records. Stream the single "Spinoza" here and watch the video below:
Punk supergroup Dead Legends (made up of members of former ska kingpins Fatter Than Albert, A Billion Ernies, The Lollies and Samurai Deli) released its debut album Lunga — stream seven tracks here. It's a frenzied release with a powerhouse rhythm (notably the dynamic, Animal-style drums nailed by John Bourgeois) with a progressive ska influence, bobbing just below the surface of its aircraft carrier-sized guitars and vocal harmonies.
New Orleans rapper Dee-1 released his latest mixtape — download Psalms of David here.
Tomorrow at 9 p.m., long-running, rarely playing electronic duo the Buttons — influenced largely by minimal '80s wave and Italian horror soundtracks — perform at Circle Bar. You can finally can stream a number of the band's releases here.
At 7 p.m. tomorrow, Minneapolis hardcore punk band Brain Tumors performs at The Mushroom with New Lands and punk rock newcomers Anne Frankenstein. Download tracks from Brain Tumors here, and stream Anne Frankenstein's "Gates of Hell" here. New Lands just released a new instrumental track, "Too Wet to Walk Away," for free download here.
Bounce firestarter Nicky da B performs at Siberia tomorrow at 10 p.m. with feminist electro-punk artist Violent Vickie (think Le Tigre in the club, 2013). Stream the album Monster Alley here.
Making its debut at One Eyed Jacks at 10 p.m. tomorrow is Cajun French indie pop band Sweet Crude, a supergroup made up of brothers Sam and Jack Craft and songstress Alexis Marceaux, among others. Watch the band's introduction below:
Headlining the bill is Sports & Leisure, a six-deep indie rock band known for its massive, emotional performances and clever layers of symphonic pop and earnest, sweaty rock climaxes. Stream tracks from the band here.