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Tune-In Tuesdays #46 BONUS: Marcelyn is Playing Live in Philly TONIGHT

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By: burgundy bug

Marcelyn Lebovitz stands before a plant nursery

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The indie-electric, sister-brother duo Marcelyn are filling Bob and Barbara’s Lounge with their one-of-a-kind, ambient sound tonight in Philly.

A Bit of Context…

With 17 years between Mike and Marcelyn Lebovitz, the two use their respective generational influences to create a sound that’s truly “Marcelyn.”

“This blend of influence and lyric style is like mixing paint and hair dye, both are similar surface substances, serving similar purposes but together result in a peculiar blend.”

Marcelyn – Press Release

Earlier this year, Marcelyn released their album “This is Women’s Lib?” which is available on Spotify, Apple Music, and Bandcamp.

“[Marcelyn’s] smooth vocals combined with her brother Mike’s audacious bass playing and production skills make tough-to-swallow topics go down like a refreshing glass of water.”

Marcelyn – Press Release

See Marcelyn Live TONIGHT!

Marcelyn will be performing tonight at Bob and Barbara’s Lounge in Philadelphia, Pa.

Bob and Barbara’s Lounge

Bob and Barbara’s Lounge is located at 1509 South Street Philadelphia, PA 19146.

What’s Next for Marcelyn?

Marcelyn will be performing live at The Pharmacy on Thursday, Dec. 5, which is located at: 1300 S 18th St, Philadelphia, PA 19146.

Additionally, the duo is working on new music, so stay tuned!

Give Marcelyn a listen on Spotify, Apple Music, and Bandcamp so you can sing along when you see them live!
Be sure to follow them on Facebook and Instagram to keep up with their latest releases.

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