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14 June 2020

New Music Spotlight (June/July 2020)

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How Do I Live With the Blues

Leading off this installment of our New Music Spotlight is Los Angeles-based coldwave/post-punk outfit Black Marble with a spot-on cover of “In Manchester,” originally written and performed by the legendary post-punk band Wire and featured on their self-titled 2015 album. Born in Brooklyn and later transplanted to Los Angeles, Black Marble is the musical alias of musician Chris Stewart.

Black Marble’s cover of “In Manchester” is just one of several tracks that will appear on I Must Be Living Twice, a collection of covers that the band has inserted into its recent live sets. Scheduled for an August 14 release, the EP features additional covers by the likes of The Field Mice, Lives of Angels, Grouper, and Robert Palmer. In the meantime, check out the official music video for “In Manchester,” directed by Scott Kiernan at Zenith Foundation.

With their first new music in four years

Leading off this installment of our New Music Spotlight is Los Angeles-based coldwave/post-punk outfit Black Marble with a spot-on cover of “In Manchester,” originally written and performed by the legendary post-punk band Wire and featured on their self-titled 2015 album. Born in Brooklyn and later transplanted to Los Angeles, Black Marble is the musical alias of musician Chris Stewart.

Black Marble’s cover of “In Manchester” is just one of several tracks that will appear on I Must Be Living Twice, a collection of covers that the band has inserted into its recent live sets. Scheduled for an August 14 release, the EP features additional covers by the likes of The Field Mice, Lives of Angels, Grouper, and Robert Palmer. In the meantime, check out the official music video for “In Manchester,” directed by Scott Kiernan at Zenith Foundation.

Leading off this installment of our New Music Spotlight is Los Angeles-based coldwave/post-punk outfit Black Marble with a spot-on cover of “In Manchester,” originally written and performed by the legendary post-punk band Wire and featured on their self-titled 2015 album.

Black Marble’s cover of “In Manchester” is just one of several tracks that will appear on I Must Be Living Twice, a collection of covers that the band has inserted into its recent live sets. Scheduled for an August 14 release, the EP features additional covers by the likes of The Field Mice, Lives of Angels, Grouper, and Robert Palmer. In the meantime, check out the official music video for “In Manchester,” directed by Scott Kiernan at Zenith Foundation.

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