July 18, 2019

Stonerpop — Physical Business

March 26, 2018 Mike D 0

Louisiana duo Stonerpop just released their Physical Business album, a simply fantastic self-released seven-track record in the stream of electro! That would be careless and slapdash just saying “electro.” You see, Maudie Michelle and Jimmie Maneuva uses

Crevice — In Heart

March 6, 2018 Mike D 0

Let us introduce you a new Irish malt from the city of Cork in south-west Ireland of course, Crevice! Strong taste, airy melodies and the expected winds that carry thrills from the Atlantic ocean and crush

Belau — Redefine

March 6, 2018 Jonathan Rose 0

Hungarian downtempo act Belau promotes their sound as “chillwave,” but their latest single is evidence that they’re more than that. The chillwave label brings to mind homogeneous synth-soaked self-loathing sounds by acts like Washed Out,

System Corporation — Apathy is Easy

February 7, 2018 Mike D 1

New Zealand’s alternative rockers System Corporation just released their Apathy is Easy single, following up their widely acclaimed debut single Dismal Universal Hiss. Modern alternative rock music by a band that sounds familiar with the genre,

La Peste — Ossuaire

February 1, 2018 Mike D 0

Hailing from the city of Le Mans in France, La Peste is here to tear apart the standards that come along with the post-punk “attitude” and its norms. The band published their debut Ossuaire (ossuary) album last December

Mary And The Ram (MATR) – The Cross

January 18, 2018 Mike D 2

Another totally angular and intensely interesting record launches next week as York’s Mary And The Ram drop their The Cross single via Anonymous Records. This is the first release from the British alternative duo, alternative in all,

Artist of the Week: ZIALAND

January 17, 2018 Mike D 0

ZIALAND — a gifted singer and talented musician with a tremendous voice hailing from Oslo is our Artist of the Week. She travels around the world working with artists from Australia to the U.S.–where we tracked

Spirettes — Spirettes EP

December 22, 2017 Jonathan Rose 2

After recording their last album in a barn, Spirettes (formerly Katey Sleeveless) are out with their debut studio album. The trio–Kate Perdoni (guitar), Kellie Palmblad (bass), and Emily Gould (drums)–is yet another great act coming

Autumn — The Fall (single)

December 15, 2017 Mike D 1

Calling all all dear old-school and modern new-wavers, gothics, silk-and-perfumed black leatherettes, poets, and ethereal creatures! Here’s another pretty good one: Autumn is out with a new three-track single, The Fall, on Sett Records. The Minneapolis act

Bruno Merz – Breathe Less

December 1, 2017 Mike D 0

Now this one’s a pretty talented and elegant singer-songwriter from New Zealand who’s currently based in the UK., Bruno Merz recently released his new Breathe Less single, following October’s Whisper Turn, which itself followed 2014’s Highways LP.

Xeresa — Reality

November 13, 2017 Mike D 0

Earlier this summer, Xeresa dropped their new self-titled 12 track LP, an ambitious project led by Nicolas Pierre Wardel, who does vocals, bass, guitars and programming, with contributions by Tom Lugo’s and Chris Webber’s on guitar, and featuring

The Decrees — Sons of Rage

November 3, 2017 Mike D 0

Scottish rockers The Decrees are out with a new single, Sons Of Rage, available in all the usual spots. They chose the West Sierra track from their debut EP to include as the b-side of their new

James Wolf — That

November 1, 2017 Jonathan Rose 0

James Wolf is out with his second LP under his given name and on the Verses Records roster. That is a complex, layered, and haunting instrumental composition consisting of three tracks and one instrument: A

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