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Listen: Campfires Shares “I’ll Go Home” | New LP Out 8/30 via Fire Talk

It’s a hot and humid one here in Brooklyn today, and Jeff Walls AKA Campfires has just the sonic Pacific Northwest breeze for your headphones today. In announcing a new album, Fare Trax Walls leads with the lo-fi jangle-pop of [...]

July 10, 2019 News
Mythical Motors

Premiere: Mythical Motors Are Back With “Crashing Waves of Fascination”

Photo Credit: Ron Logan “Prolific” doesn’t really begin to describe Mythical Motors’ Matt Addison. It’s almost as if he is some kind of mysterious, mythical hermit, who spends his days in the desert writing post-punk songs that are sure to [...]

July 9, 2019 News

Listen: ackerman Shares “84 Palms” | New EP Out Later This Year

There’s a unique quality to music that is truly transportive. From the moment you put on your headphones or sit back in front of your speakers, the building atmospherics swirl and intertwine to make you feel like you’re somewhere you [...]

July 1, 2019 News
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Summer Stage Preview: Gov’t Mule release Live CD + Signing at Danny Clinch’s Gallery

I am prepping for a show at the Arts Center tonight, but I wanted to drop you a note on tonight’s Summer Stage show at The Stone Pony. Bluesy, feel good Jam rockers, Gov’t Mule are set to release a [...]

June 28, 2019 Asbury Music, Live, Reviews

Foliage Shares “In Reference To” | New LP Out 9/20 via Z Tapes

Since the start of releasing music under the name Foliage, artist Manuel Joseph Walker has been prolific in his output of dreamy bedroom-pop. Following a west coast run with Good Eye Records’ own Cathedral Bells back in April, Foliage is [...]

June 27, 2019 News
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Premiere: Max Black’s New Single “Scary” Is A Lonely Dreamscape

Hailing from South Philly, Max Black’s songs offer a perfect example of the power and freedom found in DIY music. Black writes and records in his bedroom, totally free to follow his creative whims and fancies to create ramshackle masterpieces. [...]

June 25, 2019 News
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Listen: A Deer A Horse Returns With “Smokejumper” | New EP Out 6/21 via Corpse Flower

Photo credit: Michelle LoBianco A Deer A Horse are inevitable and their season approaches once again. Hard to believe its been over four years since I first saw this band featuring Rebecca Satellite, Angela Phillips and the subsequently added Dylan [...]

June 9, 2019 News
Look Vibrant

Listen: Look Vibrant Shares “Joshua Greets Death” | New LP Out 6/21 via Citrus City

Ever wake up in an immediate existential panic and have to take the rest of the day to re-affirm that things are OK? Montreal art-pop rockers Look Vibrant soundtrack this time in mind prison with their delightfully erratic sound, albeit [...]

June 8, 2019 News
Spooled Up

Listen: Spooled Up Shares “Landmine” | New EP Out 6/8 via Crafted Sounds

Comprised of Luke Spicknall (Guitar, vocals), Naomi Davidoff (Guitar, vocals), Flynn DiGuardia (Drums) and Kaitlyn Baker (Bass), Baltimore-based rockers Spooled Up are primed to break out of the Charm City. Their new EP, Strange World, is led by single “Landmine” [...]

June 5, 2019 News

Premiere: Prudence – “Smile & Nod”

We all have the people, places or things we retreat to when faced with the realities of life, and for session bassist and composer Tom Crandles that serves as thematic inspiration for his new work as Prudence. Described as “an [...]

April 29, 2019 News