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Part Time released ‘PDA’ (stream it), playing NYC this weekend w/ Quilt and Travis Bretzer, who opens for Mood Rings (MP3)

by Bill Pearis

DOWNLOAD: Travis Bretzer – Trying to Learn (MP3)

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San Francisco combo Part Time are back with a new album, PDA, and like 2011’s What Would You Say, it’s a hazy nostalgia trip on the pop highway, with stops in ’70s soft rock, ’80s new wave, and the crystaline sounds of Factory and Sarah Records. It’s out today (7/9) via Mexican Summer and you can stream the whole record below.

Part time will be in NYC this Saturday (7/13) at Union Pool, as part of a night curated by Mexican Summer, also featuring Quilt, Happy Jawbone Family Band and Edmonton, Alberta’s Travis Bretzer. Tickets are on sale now.

Travis Bretzer’s new EP on Mexican Summer, titled Making Love, will be out July 23. You can download an MP3 of “Trying to Learn” (not miles away from Mac DeMarco) above. He’s also opening for Atlanta’s Mood Rings (also on Mexican Summer) on Thursday (7/11) at Mercury Lounge and tickets to that show are still available.

Part Time album stream and flyer for the Union Pool show below…


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