Kokomo Hum will beam you up with “Heathers”

(photo: Ruben Marquez) In the spirit of Stranger Things comes a new track from Kokomo Hum. "Inspired by sci-fi, abduction stories, and paranormal events in the corn fields of his native Indiana," so says his Bandcamp bio, Kokomo Hum is the project of veteran local musician Sean Mabry. Spacey, but not otherworldly, "Heathers" still has a strong melody for us earthlings to grab hold of. Heathers by KOKOMO HUM Kokomo Hum is releasing tracks every month in 2018 leading up to their new full-length in the summer. "Kokomo Hum," by the way, is an actual, actually pretty eerie, thing.

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Brooklyn’s Grooms to perform this Thurs. at Knockout

Brooklyn-based Grooms will play the Knockout on Thursday as a special one-off show during their West Coast tour with A Place To Bury Strangers. The dreamy alt-90s band are celebrating the recent release of their fourth LP Comb The Feelings Through Your Hair (out now on Western Vinyl). The album features "sound collage, micro-sampling, and more electronic beats, tempering their alternate-tuning guitar work with new moods and textures." Kokomo Hum (ft. Sean Marby of Maus Haus) and Primitive Ricky (Kentucky) will join Grooms on Thursday, along with visiting frenchman Inaniel Swim (read our post about his endearing note to The Bay Bridged to [...]

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