EDJ – ‘A West County Girl’ Music Video Premiere – New Peak at CMJ

Posted on Aug 25, 2014
EDJ – ‘A West County Girl’ Music Video Premiere – New Peak at CMJ

The self-titled debut by EDJ hit a new peak at CMJ, landing at #30! The official music video for EDJ‘s ‘A West County Girl’ recently premiered on Wondering Sound last week! The song is a standout track from the album, which was released on Easy Sound Recording Company. The dreamlike video for ‘A West County […]

Mia Dyson – Rolling Stone Music Video Premiere

Posted on Aug 25, 2014
Mia Dyson – Rolling Stone Music Video Premiere

The official music video for the title track off Mia Dyson‘s Idyllwild recently premiered on Rolling Stone Australia! The video was primarily filmed at an impromptu show in an attic in Nashville. The performance footage is spliced together with clips of the band performing in the studio, giving the video a very relaxed vibe, which […]

Fishing – Beat Magazine Review

Posted on Aug 25, 2014
Fishing – Beat Magazine Review

Beat Magazine recently featured a review of beatmaking duo Fishing’s debut album, Shy Glow. Beat calls attention to Fishing‘s incredibly diverse sound, which is skillfully crafted with a vast array of rich influences. The review names “Recoup” as the album’s best track, and gives high praise to Fishing‘s release as a whole, saying, “Purveyors of […]

Also At Radio

Posted on Aug 25, 2014
Also At Radio

The Donkeys – Ride the Black Wave (Easy Sound Recording Company) David Gray – Mutineers (iht Records) Papercuts – Life Among the Savages (Easy Sound Recording Company) Blake Mills – Heigh Ho Sampler (Verve / Record Collection)

EDJ Violent Success Review

Posted on Aug 18, 2014
EDJ Violent Success Review

EDJ‘s self titled, debut solo record has recieved even more praise from Violent Success. “The suspended chords and instrumental atmosphere on EDJ hypnotize the listener in a trance where Johnson’s lyrics capture such accurate portrayals of humanity, un-concocted and from his own experiences, we are reminded of what we can do;.” This is only a snippet […]

The Black Keys – “Weight Of Love” Stereogum Video Premiere (NSFW)

Posted on Aug 18, 2014
The Black Keys – “Weight Of Love” Stereogum Video Premiere (NSFW)

The official (NSFW) music video for The Black Keys‘ “Weight of Love” recently premiered on Stereogum! The video, directed by Theo Wenner, picks up where the music video for “Fever” left off – with a sweaty Dan Auerbach, posing as an evangelical preacher. From there, the music video follows a group of women “indulging in culty activities […]

David Gray – FREEP Feature – Tour Dates

Posted on Aug 18, 2014
David Gray – FREEP Feature – Tour Dates

FREEP recently featured a piece focusing on the collaborative efforts behind David Gray‘s most recent release, Mutineers. The feature discusses the changes and challenges for Gray moving forward from the massively successful White Ladder. With Mutineers, Gray says he has finally returned to the mindset that made White Ladder possible: “I opened the music up to […]

Kan Wakan – Live And Die In Music Interview

Posted on Aug 18, 2014
Kan Wakan – Live And Die In Music Interview

Live And Die In Music recently posted an interview with LA-based orchestral pop outfit, Kan Wakan, whose album Moving On was released earlier this summer. The band, having just returned from touring in the UK, talked about everything from their feelings about their latest release to being compared to Radiohead. With intricate composition and dense, […]

Also At Radio

Posted on Aug 18, 2014
Also At Radio

Fishing – Shy Glow (Create Control) The Donkeys – Ride the Black Wave (Easy Sound Recording Company) Papercuts – Life Among the Savages (Easy Sound Recording Company)

EDJ – AllMusic Review – Debut at CMJ

Posted on Aug 14, 2014
EDJ – AllMusic Review – Debut at CMJ

AllMusic recently published a shining four-star review of EDJ‘s self-titled debut album. Writer James Christopher Monger praised the record’s “not-so-obvious hooks and richly detailed yet never intrusive arrangements.” The former Fruit Bats frontman combines spacious production with intimately acoustic pop across eleven tracks, “all of which,” AllMusic thought, “Are sweet enough for Sunday morning, yet […]