Orlando True Believer Timothy Airy Comes Out With New Song; Plus new editions of TransDimensionalizers and CB Carlyle + the Desert Angels | This is Little Underground | Orlando
It’s been over two years since Orlando’s new psychological group Timothy Airy No music released. Oh, but what a couple of years – you know, just some of the most anxious and restless times that have been seen in generations. Yes, we can all use birth control pills now.
As if they heard this call like a trusted dealer, these hallucinogenic true believers have just made a comeback with one new song. To calm the rigors we all suffer, the phrase “We Going to Make It” keeps it high and on the sunny side by basking in a cloud of Technicolor optimism. The escape that took four minutes is now streaming everywhere. And this week, you can hear it live when it opens blood server (8 p.m. Saturday, November 20, Will’s Pub, $15 in advance or $17 on show day).
Once you land in the hard reality, you’ll likely be armed. To this end, diving in recently released Sankocho By Orlando Punk Transmediaizer. Their sophomore act and their first release in three years, this six-song mini-album is a straightforward dose of system-sick punk rock that feeds into just enough corner pieces, changes of tempo and a dash of punk en español to keep things interesting. It’s out on the banners now.
CB Carlisle and the Desert Angels They are a promising young Lake County band that only started to emerge this year with an atmospheric brand of country music. Instead of our native swamp, her sound instead evokes vast western horizons. Their new single “Sweet Violence” is one of the best examples to date of the high country drama this band makes. It is currently downloading your name on Bandcamp.