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Newsletter 5/22/17

Hi Everyone,

The next Guitar Pull at Espresso Joe's is Saturday June 10th

Evil Annie (Alana Q from 6 to 8 Mathematics)
Paul Rosevear (The Roaches of Red Bank, Readymade Breakup)
David Wilson (Miss Ohio)

with opening acoustic set from Casino Sundae

The show is free, all ages, and starts at 7pm sharp.

Espresso Joe's is at 50 West Front Street, in Keyport, NJ.


Listen to New Jersey's best music 24/7 on here:

Monday through Thursday Lazlo will be broadcasting live with the following special programming:

Monday @ 8pm - Presents New NJ Music

Tuesday @ 8pm - Lazlo's Den Presents New Music

Wednesday @ 8pm - Wednesday Free-For-All

Thursday @ 8pm - Concert Preview Show

(Musicians: remember to e-mail us about your upcoming NJ area shows so we can post them on our site & mention them on our Concert Preview Show)

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RECOMMENDATION: Little Big Toe - "Is This What You Hear in Your Head" (NJ)
RECOMMENDATION: Phil Manzanera - "Live From The Curious Arts Festival"
RECOMMENDATION: Steve Van Tine - "Pain Is an Old Song (Acoustic) / Two Old Souls In the Dark (2015 Demo)" (NJ)
RECOMMENDATION: Staten - "Lone / Limit" (NJ)
RECOMMENDATION: Retroglyphs - "Retroglyphs" (NJ)
RECOMMENDATION: My Heart And the Real World - "My Heart And the Real World" (NJ)
RECOMMENDATION: The Afraid Brigade - "If I Ever See the Stars Again" (NJ)
RECOMMENDATIONS: Centennials - "Fin" (NJ)
RECOMMENDATIONS: Julian Fulton - "Battered Receptions" (NJ)


Lazlo's Corner

Busy week. Lazlo's Corner will return next week.



This week on Presents New NJ Music we have new music from:

1. The Afraid Brigade - "The World Don't Want You" from "If I Ever See The Stars Again"
2. Ruby Bones - "Hard To Move" from "Ruby Bones"
3. Tru - "Trouble" from "Tru"
4. Diego Allessandro - "Lonely In Brooklyn" from "Lonely In Brooklyn [single]"
5. A Few Good Records (Bedtime Stories) - "Rows" from "A Retrospective (2011-2016)"
6. My Heart And the Real World - "My Heart" from "My Heart And the Real World
7. Retroglyphs - "One More Kiss" from "Retroglyphs"
8. Moron Girls - "Candy Dream" from "First Steps"
9. Shred Flintsone - "Happy Song" from "Cartoon Physics"
10. Dr. Void & The Death Machines - "White Light, Never Mind Death" from "White Light / Black Death"
11. Bobby Rue - "I Like The Days" from "Homestead Volume One"
12. The Big Drops - "Baskets Of Love" from "Time, Color"
13. Steve Van Tine - "Pain Is an Old Song (Acoustic)" from "Pain Is an Old Song (Acoustic) [single]"
14. Staten - "Lone" from "Lone [single]"
15. Little Light - "The Steps In Our Stairs" from "J20th" Presents New NJ Music airs Mondays @ 8pm

Listen here:

See playlist (with links to all the acts) here:


This week on Lazlo's Den Presents New Music Week we have new music from:

1. The Campbell Apartment - "VP Of Snails" from "Curmudgeon"
2. Stag Frenzy - "Seven Signs" from "Stag Frenzy"
3. The Ferdy Mayne - "Heavy Metal Heart" from "S/T"
4. Shannon McNally - "Let's Go Home" from "Black Irish"
5. Andrew St. James - "Laura" from "The Big Ole Veronica Apology Record"
6. Fireside Collective - "Dreams Of California" from "Life Between The Lines"
7. Alestorm - "No Grave But The Sea" from "No Grave But The Sea"
8. Adrenaline Mob - "King Of The Ring" from "We the People"
9. The Bad Larrys - "Fired In The Morning" from "Fired In The Morning"
10. Steel - "Love Is" from "Homestead Volume One"
11. Matthew Mayer - "Litle Feet" from "Bongo Boy Records Volume XI"
12. Paul Kelly and Charlie Owen - "Hard Times Come Again No More" from "Death's Dateless Night"
13. Talking Under Water - "We Used To Dream" from "Talking Under Water"
14. Tricot - "Melon Soda" from "3"
15. EVHO - "Ricochet" from "From The Sun"

Lazlo's Den Presents New Music airs Tuesdays @ 8pm

Listen here:

See playlist (with links to all the acts) here:



That's all for this week folks.