Rebecca Schiffman Goes For Adds

Posted on Aug 29, 2016
Rebecca Schiffman Goes For Adds

Rebecca Schiffman – a musician, painter, and jewelry designer who VICE once called “a long-lost Royal Tenenbaums character” – writes songs that are frank, beautiful, and a little off-kilter. In the seven years since her last LP, the warm and vibrant To Be Good For A Day, Schiffman saw her songs used in Lena Dunham’s […]

KAYE Goes For Adds

Posted on Aug 29, 2016
KAYE Goes For Adds

KAYE was born in Honolulu and spent her childhood all over the globe, relocating to Singapore, Hong Kong, Arizona and Michigan all before she turned 18. The musically-obsessed teenager grew into a virtuosic adult, releasing an album under her full name, Charlene Kaye, and then becoming the lead female vocalist in the New York-based indie rock collective […]

Kan Wakan “Molasses” Goes For Adds

Posted on Aug 29, 2016
Kan Wakan “Molasses” Goes For Adds

Kan Wakan is Gueorgui Linev—the producer, composer, synthesizer scientist, film score fanatic and multi-instrumentalist whose highly-acclaimed full-length debut Moving On dissolved the genre-breaking electronica of Massive Attack, Air, and Zero 7 into a bottomless sea of 20th century minimalism, psychedelic soul, and ambient atmosphere. It’s been two years since the release of Moving On, and 2016 will […]

Tobias the Owl Gives Exclusive Look at New Album to Songwriting Magazine, Seeks CMJ Debuts

Posted on Aug 29, 2016
Tobias the Owl Gives Exclusive Look at New Album to Songwriting Magazine, Seeks CMJ Debuts

Elijah Dhavvan, the creative force behind Tobias the Owl, makes music with a purpose. In an exclusive interview with Songwriting Magazine, Tobias the Owl explains the inspiration for his forthcoming album, Every Eye Is A Universe. Since its inception, Dhawan says the band has emphasized “sublimating the tribulations of human existence into expressions of love through music,” […]

Yen Magazine Premieres Anna Of The North’s “The Dreamer” Video

Posted on Aug 29, 2016
Yen Magazine Premieres Anna Of The North’s “The Dreamer” Video

We’ve previously shared the videos for Anna Of The North‘s “Baby” and “Sway.” Now, behold “The Dreamer.” According to Yen Magazine, which premiered the video, the song is “a little dark, brilliantly produced and catchier than the common cold in a game of spin the bottle.” The video is also quite fetching. “Set in Oslo […]

New Music From Rebecca Schiffman

Posted on Aug 25, 2016
New Music From Rebecca Schiffman

Rebecca Schiffman – a musician, painter, and jewelry designer who VICE once called “a long-lost Royal Tenenbaums character” – writes songs that are frank, beautiful, and a little off-kilter. In the seven years since her last LP, the warm and vibrant To Be Good For A Day, Schiffman saw her songs used in Lena Dunham’s […]

Wages Talk To Sonic Blume, Premiere Track on All Things Go

Posted on Aug 25, 2016
Wages Talk To Sonic Blume, Premiere Track on All Things Go

Sonic Blume, a new, colorful, and exciting zine that melds music reporting with advice on living a DIY lifestyle, has a great new interview with Nick Byron Campbell and James DeDakis of Wages. The band discusses its “layered” recording process, the musical bond forged by Campbell and Dedakis (who have moved around the country together […]

The Cave Singers Announce California and Living Room Shows

Posted on Aug 25, 2016
The Cave Singers Announce California and Living Room Shows

The Cave Singers are perpetually on tour, having performed all over North America over the past year. But after a show on September 9 at the Original Festival in Butte, Montana, the band is scheduled to take a rare break. However the band just announced a string of California dates for November. Get your tickets, […]

New Music From KAYE – Digital Servicing Only

Posted on Aug 24, 2016
New Music From KAYE – Digital Servicing Only

KAYE was born in Honolulu and spent her childhood all over the globe, relocating to Singapore, Hong Kong, Arizona and Michigan all before she turned 18. The musically-obsessed teenager grew into a virtuosic adult, releasing an album under her full name, Charlene Kaye, and then becoming the lead female vocalist in the New York-based indie rock collective […]

Rodrigo Amarante Is Featured on All Songs Considered

Posted on Aug 24, 2016
Rodrigo Amarante Is Featured on All Songs Considered

Brazilian singer-songwriter Rodrigo Amarante recently got an Emmy nomination for “Tuyo,” the song he wrote and performed as the theme to Netflix‘s Narcos. Last August, the song was included in an All Songs Considered mix curated by Bob Boilen and Robin Hilton and featuring fellow musicians Julia Holter, Death By Unga Bunga, Foals, and more. […]

New Single from Kan Wakan “Molasses” – Digital Servicing Only

Posted on Aug 23, 2016
New Single from Kan Wakan “Molasses” – Digital Servicing Only

Kan Wakan is Gueorgui Linev—the producer, composer, synthesizer scientist, film score fanatic and multi-instrumentalist whose full-length debut Moving On, dissolved the genre-breaking electronica of Massive Attack, Air and Zero 7 into a bottomless sea of 20th century minimalism, psychedelic soul and ambient atmosphere. It’s been two years since the release of the highly acclaimed Moving […]

Tobias The Owl Goes For Adds

Posted on Aug 22, 2016
Tobias The Owl Goes For Adds

Elijah Dhavvan, who goes by the moniker Tobias The Owl, isn’t a typical singer/songwriter. His rich vocal tone, knack for writing heartfelt lyrics, and keen sense of melody have set him apart from the pack. Dhavvan proudly carries traditions inspired by his Moroccan ancestors — from the deeply spiritual tones of classical Sufi music to […]

Woods / The Men: Live at Pickathon Goes For Adds

Posted on Aug 22, 2016
Woods / The Men: Live at Pickathon Goes For Adds

This year’s Pickathon, the outdoor weekend music festival at Pendarvis Farms in gorgeous Happy Valley, Oregon, recently concluded. According to VICE, Pickathon is the “the dreamiest music festival ever,” based on a “homespun, magical fairy forest vision” that brings musicians and fans together in one of “the prettiest, chillest, and most enjoyable” environments for a […]

Boreal Sons Go For Adds

Posted on Aug 22, 2016
Boreal Sons Go For Adds

It’s been three years since Boreal Sons, the Calgary-based sublime art-rock band, have released a record. Their upcoming album You & Everyone, is a product of refinement and loss. After a 2014 UK tour in support of debut LP Threadbare, Boreal Sons lost guitarist Logan Gabert and chose not to replace him but to move forward as a […]

Allen Tate Goes For Adds

Posted on Aug 22, 2016
Allen Tate Goes For Adds

Allen Tate first received acclaim as the lead singer of San Fermin. Bandleader Ellis Ludwig-Leone wrote about half of San Fermin’s songs for Tate’s distinctive baritone voice, which has been described as “sterling,” “gorgeous,” and “golden” by the likes of Rolling Stone and NPR. With the band, he has performed sold-out shows across the world […]

PopMatters Premieres Wages’ “Super Perfect Dreams,” The Daily Listening Shares “Gotta”

Posted on Aug 22, 2016
PopMatters Premieres Wages’ “Super Perfect Dreams,” The Daily Listening Shares “Gotta”

“[‘Super Perfect Dreams’] is a wonderfully spacey end to a wonderful album,” writes PopMatters for its recent premiere of the new track from LA quartet Wages. The Glace closer has a sound “easily (and appropriately) described as ‘crystalline,’” as its “casually undulating melody and harmony conjure images of cosmic seas or technicolor caverns.” The premiere includes […]

Buzzbands Premieres A Song From To Emmylou

Posted on Aug 22, 2016
Buzzbands Premieres A Song From To Emmylou

Buzzbands has premiered a song from the To Emmylou compilation released earlier this summer in tribute to Emmylou Harris. “Appropriately,” writes the site’s Kevin Bronson, “Phoebe Bridgers appears on the album. The 21-year-old, whose early work suggests the singer-songwriter as an inheritor to Harris’ legacy, takes on the 1993 paean to regret ‘Prayer in Open […]

New Single From Allen Tate – Digital Servicing Only

Posted on Aug 18, 2016
New Single From Allen Tate – Digital Servicing Only

Allen Tate first received acclaim as the lead singer of San Fermin. Bandleader Ellis Ludwig-Leone wrote about half of San Fermin’s songs for Tate’s distinctive baritone voice, which has been described as “sterling,” “gorgeous,” and “golden” by the likes of Rolling Stone and NPR. With the band, he has performed sold-out shows across the world […]

Fruit Bats Perform on KEXP Tomorrow, Announce New Tour Dates

Posted on Aug 18, 2016
Fruit Bats Perform on KEXP Tomorrow, Announce New Tour Dates

Fruit Bats‘ Absolute Loser has been an absolute hit, leading to great reviews, landing on several lists of the best albums of the first half of 2016, and finding solid radio plays across the country. One station that’s been really digging the LP is Seattle’s KEXP, which gave the band a “Song of the Day” […]

New Music From Tobias The Owl

Posted on Aug 18, 2016
New Music From Tobias The Owl

Elijah Dhavvan, who goes by the moniker Tobias The Owl, isn’t a typical singer/songwriter. His rich vocal tone, knack for writing heartfelt lyrics, and keen sense of melody have set him apart from the pack. Dhavvan proudly carries traditions inspired by his Moroccan ancestors — from the deeply spiritual tones of classical Sufi music to […]