New Music From Polyhedron

Posted on Aug 5, 2020
New Music From Polyhedron

Polyhedren was born as a quarantine project from composer/producer Dren Mcdonald, who is known for crafting diverse soundtracks to video games such as Counterstrike Global Offensive, Gunman Taco Truck, Gathering Sky, Transformers: Age of Extinction, Cooking Dash, recordings such as The String Arcade, and the classic meme generator, Instagram’s SuperZoom “Dramatic” music stinger! Polyhedren is […]

Loud And Quiet Gives 9/10 To Bananagun

Posted on Aug 5, 2020
Loud And Quiet Gives 9/10 To Bananagun

Loud And Quiet appreciates the dulcet stylings of Bananagun, comparing the Melbourne-based psychedelic five piece to a daydream. And, in the words of the site, “everyone loves a daydream, and right now a trip through the jungle with a jovial pup sounds like heaven.” The site gives the band’s new LP The True Story Of […]

Particle Kid Tells Starry Mag About All Sorts Of Stuff

Posted on Aug 5, 2020
Particle Kid Tells Starry Mag About All Sorts Of Stuff

In a recent interview with Starry Magazine, Micah Nelson explains why he shys away from describing Particle Kid‘s sound. “We try so hard to use verbal language to define the universe,” he says, “when that only serves to further separate us from the universe. If I felt words were the best way to express something, […]

Get In Her Ears Shares L.A. Witch, Who Are In “Top Form” On “Gen-z”

Posted on Aug 3, 2020
Get In Her Ears Shares L.A. Witch, Who Are In “Top Form” On “Gen-z”

Get In Her Ears tells readers about the “hazy feeling that comes with listening to the music of Californian trio L.A. Witch. Their grungy vocals and psychedelic guitars have a way of transporting you to the Californian desert with the taste of last night’s whiskey on your breath.” The site has the band’s new single […]

Sunny War Plays For Prairie Public

Posted on Aug 3, 2020
Sunny War Plays For Prairie Public

Sunny War recently appeared on The Great American Folk Show, from Prairie Public Broadcasting, which bills itself as "a little place on the radio where we commune with you to share stories, sing songs, and talk to some good people with great voices." War appears on the fourth episode of the show, as well as […]

New Music From Alex Lilly

Posted on Jul 30, 2020
New Music From Alex Lilly

Love In Three Colors is the new three-song bundle by Alex Lilly from Inara George’s Release Me Records imprint. Lilly – who, in addition to her solo career, is a touring musician with the likes of Beck, Lorde, and Ry Cooder – describes the new songs as “a trilogy chronicling a relationship’s disintegration, aftermath, and the sunny side of being […]

NME Swoons Over Bananagun

Posted on Jul 30, 2020
NME Swoons Over Bananagun

The legendary NME magazine is effusive about Bananagun in a recent review, noting that the Melbourne-based quintet incorporates a cornucopia of influences from around the world, including Africa and Brazil. “Not only do the band successfully blend genres with ease, they thrillingly leap through whole musical movements from one note to the next. In a […]

Slant Reviews Braids

Posted on Jul 30, 2020
Slant Reviews Braids

Slant Magazine writes that Braids’ singer Raphaelle Standell-Preston “boasts one of the more versatile and distinct voices in modern rock. She’s able to emote with a breathy whisper or deliver a full-force belt, each imbued with singular intonations.” Her voice is crystal clear on the trio’s new LP Shadow Offering, and Slant has a full […]

TotalNterntainment Shares Nick Leng’s “In A Book” Video

Posted on Jul 30, 2020
TotalNterntainment Shares Nick Leng’s “In A Book” Video

“Racking up millions of streams and support from key Spotify playlists like Chill Vibes, Sad Indie, and New Indie Mix,” TotalNtertainment writes, “Nick Leng has cemented himself as an artist to watch with LEMONS.  A body of work born of an emotional breakup, apartment fire and subsequent loss of a friend, LEMONS is the result […]

Panic Manual Awards Song Of The Day To David Newton And Thee Mighty Angels

Posted on Jul 30, 2020
Panic Manual Awards Song Of The Day To David Newton And Thee Mighty Angels

Panic Manual likes “The Songs That Changed Our Lives,” giving “Song Of The Day” honors a few days ago to the new single from David Newton & Thee Mighty Angels‘ upcoming A Gateway To A Lifetime Of Disappointment. The site writes that the song “has a simple, but strong premise – it’s lyrics are a […]

New Music From Bananagun

Posted on Jul 29, 2020
New Music From Bananagun

There’s an enticing lost world exoticism to the music of Bananagun, the Melbourne-based band with a sound that conjures the rhythms of Fela Kuti, the proto-garage fury of The Monks, and the grooves of Os Mutantes. It’s the sort of stuff that could have come from a dusty record crate of hidden gems; yet as […]

Dive Index Is Featured By A Journal Of Musical Things And Electronic Sound Magazine

Posted on Jul 29, 2020
Dive Index Is Featured By A Journal Of Musical Things And Electronic Sound Magazine

A Journal Of Musical Things recently featured “I Wish I Had A Pulse,” from Dive Index and Natalie Walker. The site says the song is “sparse and melancholy electronic music with an intimate and calming human quality.” It’s on the new Dive Index LP Waving At Airplanes – check it out here. Dive Index was […]

Braids, Who Are Livestreaming Six Shows On Wednesday, Talk With Under the Radar

Posted on Jul 27, 2020
Braids, Who Are Livestreaming Six Shows On Wednesday, Talk With Under the Radar

Braids recently participated in a Self Portrait feature for Under The Radar Magazine. According to the site, new LP Shadow Offering “is a raw, anecdotal excursion through the minds and hearts of three indie rockers piecing together an infamously impossible puzzle.” In the feature, here, band members Raphaelle Standell-Preston and Austin Tufts tell “stories of allergies, […]

NBHAP Showcases L.A. Witch’s “Dark And Edgy” Sound

Posted on Jul 27, 2020
NBHAP Showcases L.A. Witch’s “Dark And Edgy” Sound

NBHAP picked L.A. Witch’s new track “Gen-Z” as their Daily Tune last Monday, writing that “the female band unleashes grungy energy at its best.” The site has a stream of the track, which “is concerned with the mental health issues many young people struggle with nowadays. Accompanied by the steady drums of Ellie English and […]

Spectrum Culture Praises The “Time Capsule Pop” Of Figg’s Debut

Posted on Jul 27, 2020
Spectrum Culture Praises The “Time Capsule Pop” Of Figg’s Debut

A recent review of Figg‘s debut LP in Spectrum Culture opens by noting that the album was recorded several years ago and took a while to release. The record, therefore, is “refreshing” in that it “sounds like a snapshot of the world that once was, wholly untouched by everything that has happened since… The album’s lush, unhurried […]

KRONIK Interviews Deantoni Parks

Posted on Jul 27, 2020
KRONIK Interviews Deantoni Parks

KRONIK Television has an interview with Deantoni Parks, whose new LP SILVER CORD is at radio now. Parks is a powerful percussionist who uses samples along with drumming to create huge, rhythmic performances. In the interview, Parks explains his passion for creating music for people “in real time.” While he goes into a set with […]

New Music From Nick Leng

Posted on Jul 23, 2020
New Music From Nick Leng

Earlier this spring, Nick Leng released his debut LP, LEMONS, which came after the EPs Tunnels and Planes and Drivers and represents the next stage in the South African-born, Los Angeles-based musical polymath’s journey. Coming after an emotional breakup, an apartment fire, and the subsequent loss of a friend, making the album led him through […]

Braids Get Set For Marathon July 29 Shows

Posted on Jul 23, 2020
Braids Get Set For Marathon July 29 Shows

Braids, whose new album Shadow Offering came out last month and has hit a current peak of #12 on the NACC Top 200, is an incredible live band. Unfortunately, the COVID pandemic has gotten in the way of their ability to support their new record with shows. To cope, the band is going to play […]

WLUR Says Figg Is “A Joy”

Posted on Jul 22, 2020
WLUR Says Figg Is “A Joy”

Tiffani Thomason of Lexington, VA’s WLUR recently reviewed Figg‘s debut LP, writing that the album was “honestly a joy to listen to!” Describing the LP as “a dreamy, sweet, melodic alternative record,” Thomason writes that “each song feels like it is being sung from the bottom of your very own heart” and recommends it for listening “while you […]

Slicing Up Eyeballs Shares The New Single From David Newton and Thee Mighty Angels

Posted on Jul 22, 2020
Slicing Up Eyeballs Shares The New Single From David Newton and Thee Mighty Angels

Slicing Up Eyeballs praises the “instantly memorable” chorus of “The Songs That Changed Our Lives,” the new single from the upcoming A Gateway To A Lifetime of Disappointment LP from David Newton and Thee Mighty Angels. The song’s verses feature Eddie Argos, the singer of Art Brut. According to Newton, who is an accomplished producer […]

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