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Bryan Scary to release new album “Daffy’s Elixir” on April 24

Bryan Scary
It’s been nearly three years since the last Bryan Scary release. If this is the first times new fans will hear of Scary, then get ready: his new album, Daffy’s Elixiris about to flood your ears with grandiose 70’s inspired experimental indie pop.  
Having recently played Daffy’s Elixir in its entirety at NYC’s (le) Poisson Rouge venue and now plotting an Off-Broadway theatre work centered around the record, Scary is awing existing fans all-the-while quickly attracting new ones with this bold new project.
Scary‘s previous records garnered critical acclaim from the likes of Pitchfork, Rolling Stone, SPIN, Stereogum, USA Today, iTunes, Daytrotter, Perez Hilton, RCRD LBL, Paste, Filter, IFC, NY Post and endless others. But we believe Bryan Scary is at his peak with Daffy’s Elixir, a 70-minute opus two years in the making.
For fans lucky enough to be biting from the Big Apple, Scary will be playing a couple key shows in the coming months. He’ll be playing at Joe’s Pub (with fellow label-mates Little Tybee) on April 11, and the Daffy’s Elixir record release show on April 24 at Brooklyn Bowl.
To order a limited edition copy of Daffy’s Elixir by Bryan Scary, go to:
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Today is Record Store Day

Record Store Day has started for more than 1,000 independent record stores in the U.S. and in 17 countries. Started by Bull Moose vice president Chris Brown of Portland, Ore., this day seems more of a lesson in survival as some businesses have closed due to the economy and rise in Internet downloads and online retailers. According to news reports, about 1,000 indie music retailers have gone out of business since 2003, said Joel Oberstein, president of Almighty Institute of Music Retail, a market research firm based in Studio City, Calif. So if there is an indie merchant is in your area, go by, say hello, and purchase some music. Personal interaction is better than virtual interaction any day. Music, anyone?