New Music From iogi & Rejoicer

Posted on Sep 22, 2022
New Music From iogi & Rejoicer

Too Much Too Soon, the new EP from iogi and Rejoicer, is a burst of creativity caught on tape — a five-day session at Stones Throw Studios in Los Angeles that blossomed into a five-song EP fusing the styles of both Tel Aviv musicians into a colorful kaleidoscope of beats and grooves. Too Much Too Soon was born in 2019 when […]

Northern Transmissions Transmits Patrick Watson’s New Clip

Posted on Sep 22, 2022
Northern Transmissions Transmits Patrick Watson’s New Clip

Patrick Watson has a new video, for Better In The Shade track “Height Of The Feeling,” and Northern Transmissions has it. The site quotes director Arizona O’Neill, who says, ”after two years of feeling isolated during the pandemic…we wanted to make a video that reflected how jarring it is to return to social activities. In the black and white […]

Pluralone Plays For Lightning 100

Posted on Sep 22, 2022
Pluralone Plays For Lightning 100

Pluralone, currently at radio with This Is the Show and on tour opening for Pearl Jam, recently stopped by Nashville’s Lightning 100 for a stripped-down performance of a couple of highlights from the record: the title track and “Offend.” Check those performances out right here Pluralone has one more date – not a plural one, a single one – on his Pearl […]

Post Trash Digs June McDoom

Posted on Sep 22, 2022
Post Trash Digs June McDoom

Post Trash digs June McDoom, writing that “the music McDoom writes is uniquely her own [and] weaves together disparate ideas into fully realized singer/songwriter space. There’s plenty going on within her world, but at the core is her incredible voice, powerful yet gentle, utterly beautiful and seeping with heart and depth… She’s not afraid to experiment with  […]

B. Wurtz Debuts New Video

Posted on Sep 22, 2022
B. Wurtz Debuts New Video

B. Wurtz has a new video for “The Statue,” from the renowned visual artist’s first audio album Some Songs. Director Randi Malkin Steinberger says, “Matching the sophisticated simplicity of B. Wurtz’s music was the beauty and challenge of making a visual companion to Some Songs. Images gathered from my own films and found footage, as well as from short […]

Higher Plain Music Recommends The “Hazy and Ethereal” Stylings Of June McDoom

Posted on Sep 19, 2022
Higher Plain Music Recommends The “Hazy and Ethereal” Stylings Of June McDoom

Higher Plain Music recommends “The City,’ June McDoom‘s debut single. “June McDoom takes a sublime approach to her alt-folk music style,” writes the site. “Based in NYC, June brings along her early influences and heritage from Jamaica into the mix. This means gauze-smeared vocals that are as hazy and ethereal as the light guitar plucks that accompany […]

Buffablog Shares The “Soundtrack-Worthy” Single “Simulator” By Creature Canyon

Posted on Sep 19, 2022
Buffablog Shares The “Soundtrack-Worthy” Single “Simulator” By Creature Canyon

Buffablog has the video for “Simulator,” from Creature Canyon‘s just-released LP Remarks. Writes the site, “Their movie-soundtrack-worthy single will make you want to form a flash mob with strangers. The deep-cutting electric guitar is thrilling to the ears… and just when you thought they couldn’t get any cooler, Creature Canyon displays a psychedelic appeal visually on a […]

Zillenial Zine Gets Answers From Julia Bhatt

Posted on Sep 19, 2022
Zillenial Zine Gets Answers From Julia Bhatt

In a recent interview with Zillenial Zine, Julia Bhatt said, “‘Karma’ is probably one of my favorites, if not my favorite song that I’ve done. It had a lot of contributors, ranging from my friends in high school to professional musicians. It means a lot to me. ‘Confetti’ is a bit more basic but it’s about remaining positive […]

XS Noise Premieres Gus Englehorn’s “Sunset Strip” Clip

Posted on Sep 19, 2022
XS Noise Premieres Gus Englehorn’s “Sunset Strip” Clip

Gus Englehorn has a new video, for Dungeon Master standout track ‘Sunset Strip.” He tells XS Noise, “I had never even been to the Sunset Strip when I wrote this song so it’s really just a little story I dreamt up of one person’s terrible night spent on the Sunset Strip: being kicked out of parties, bloody noses, […]

Creature Canyon Starts US Tour This Week

Posted on Sep 12, 2022
Creature Canyon Starts US Tour This Week

San Diego’s Creature Canyon, whose LP Remarks is at radio now, recently played a show at Los Angeles’ Troubadour. According to Live Music News & Review, “The San Diego-based alternative indie rock Creature Canyon won the audience over and converted them into new fans with an energetic, inspiring and melodic set of original music. Their show was punctuated brightly by […]

Eric Alper Shares Pluralone Pix

Posted on Sep 12, 2022
Eric Alper Shares Pluralone Pix

Eric Alper took time off from asking open-ended music adjacent questions on Twitter to see Pearl Jam and Pluralone the other night in Toronto. Click here for his photoset, which leans heavy on the headliners but includes some nice shots of Pluralone’s opening set as well.  This Is The Show, Pluralone’s newest LP, is at radio now, and the tour with Pearl Jam continues: […]

MXDWN Reviews Julia Bhatt

Posted on Sep 12, 2022
MXDWN Reviews Julia Bhatt

MXDWN has a review of Julia Bhatt‘s debut LP it is what it is, “an upbeat collection of songs that any audience will surely enjoy.” Calling the record “energetic and expressive,” MXDWN praises the album’s pop leanings and Bhatt’s ability to express deeper meanings over sounds that are light and fun. Read more, and get details about […]

New Music From June McDoom

Posted on Sep 7, 2022
New Music From June McDoom

June McDoom is a singer-songwriter based in New York City. Her unique approach to folk music incorporates influences of early soul, reggae, and vintage analog experimentation into a new world all its own. Her debut EP is due this October. McDoom’s first single, “The City,” she writes, is “a song I wrote during college at a time […]

Atwood Mag Hails Creature Canyon As “Cinematic and Stunning”

Posted on Sep 7, 2022
Atwood Mag Hails Creature Canyon As “Cinematic and Stunning”

“Cinematic and stunning,” Atwood Magazine writes, “the empowering ‘Pressure’ sees San Diego’s Creature Canyon soaring with searing psych rock passion in a song about breaking up, getting better, and moving forward… Guitars swell and drums clap a sweet, entrancing beat as the surrounding energy rises to a fever pitch. Just when you think they’ve hit their peak, the band dig […]

BPM Raves About The “Pure Authenticity” of Julia Bhatt

Posted on Sep 7, 2022
BPM Raves About The “Pure Authenticity” of Julia Bhatt

BPM writes that Julia Bhatt “has a voice that is a little Amy Winehouse, mixed with a little Rihanna and some Sia sprinkled in for good measure. If there was a recipe for Julia, it would be pure authenticity and humility with a dash of shy and nervous, but with the core ingredient being natural talent. She is not trying to be an influencer; […]

Pluralone Speaks With A Journal Of Musical Things

Posted on Sep 7, 2022
Pluralone Speaks With A Journal Of Musical Things

In a recent interview for A Journal of Musical Things, Pluralone’s Josh Klinghoffer gave the backstory of the project’s name. “I must have just been sitting around one night and smashed those words together,” he says. “And it reminds me of plurality and singularity, and the fact that you’re smashing those two words together to make one. I […]

Sound Digest Applauds Julia Bhatt’s Eclectic Style

Posted on Sep 5, 2022
Sound Digest Applauds Julia Bhatt’s Eclectic Style

Julia Bhatt’s debut LP it is what it is it out, and Sound Digest writes that “the 11-track collection shows off Bhatt’s eclectic style and flair while still making it her own… Her vocal tone and ability to camouflage her style is reminiscent of Halsey… Julia Bhatt’s ability to transform and utilize her influences without trying to create a carbon copy will […]

Queen City Sounds and Art Hails Gus Englehorn’s “Charming Vulnerability”

Posted on Sep 5, 2022
Queen City Sounds and Art Hails Gus Englehorn’s “Charming Vulnerability”

Writing about Gus Englehorn‘s sound, Queen City Sounds and Art observes that “though it could be considered a truly idiosyncratic indie pop that fans of Half Japanese and Daniel Johnston might appreciate, Englehorn is clearly tapping into some musical ideas of the 90s but stripped back the sonic excess to allow the songs to hit with a charming vulnerability in its unusual […]

Beyond The Short Shares Caitlin Cobb-Vialet’s “Disco Ball” Clip

Posted on Sep 5, 2022
Beyond The Short Shares Caitlin Cobb-Vialet’s “Disco Ball” Clip

Beyond The Short has the video for Cailtin Cobb-Vialet‘s “Disco Ball,” from her LP Endless Void. The site quotes video director Alex Bush, who says, “The song is spoken through popular aesthetics that pull at Caitlin’s heartstrings. I wanted to build a similar relationship between the video and cinematic aesthetics that spark that same passion in me, and […]

New Music From Creature Canyon

Posted on Aug 31, 2022
New Music From Creature Canyon

San Diego’s Creature Canyon encapsulates the fiery energy of indie and alternative rock with waves of contemporary psychedelia. Known for their thrilling and captivating live performances, the quintet— Austin Steele (vocals, guitar), Ryan Amyot (guitar), Kyle Victoria (drums), Aaron Lund (bass), and Luc Fralic (keyboards, percussion) — has received nods from Billboard, Paste, and other industry tastemakers. Produced by Private Island frontman Christian Lum, engineered by Mike Schuppan (Foster The People, Young The Giant, Wolf […]

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