January 25, 2021

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

PREMIERE: MIS+RESS – S/T

October 13, 2017 Mike D 0

MIS+RESS‘s self-titled debut dropped today on Somewherecold Records. A unique album of 10 tracks–MIS+RESS is a solo ambient project featuring only an electric guitar and four effects pedals. Brian Wenckebach, a musician, artist, and sound engineer managed

Dog In The Snow — Consume Me

October 12, 2017 Jonathan Rose 0

Brighton’s Helen Ganya Brown is out with a new single under her Dog In The Snow moniker. Consume Me, the lead track for her debut LP that drops later this month, is a minimalist vocal-driven

Artist of the week: Hologram Teen

October 11, 2017 Mike D 1

“I make electronic, motorik disco,” says Morgane Lhote, formerly keyboardist during the golden age of Stereolab (Emperor Tomato Ketchup LP) in the mid-1990s! After a long swim in alternative electronic pop culture, the Los Angeles artist launched Hologram

Tricky – Ununiform

October 10, 2017 Mike D 0

It’s about time–and we’re sorry that this may be late news for some of you: Tricky is back with the Ununiform LP and a new video! The iconic and influential pioneering UK (Bristol) trip hop artist,

Jenn Vix — Complicated Man

October 9, 2017 Mike D 0

Alternative singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist Jenn Vix announced the release of her Unlocked EP on October 20, preceded by the lead single Complicated Man. The Rhode Island artist is not new to the scene, having worked with

The Dayoffs — S/T

October 4, 2017 Mike D 0

The Dayoffs are a Manhattan duo–NYC is where they dwell, dream, and get all the inspiration they need for their music. Their self-titled 11 track LP is slated to release in November via the German boutique

The Blue Hour — Always

October 2, 2017 Mike D 0

Seattle’s The Blue Hour will drop their new record Always on October 27. A magical offering of 11 tracks, it comes on the trail of their Kyoto Song single, a beautiful rendition of The Cure classic.

Artist of the week: Pylon Reenactment Society

September 29, 2017 Mike D 0

Guaranteed: This is a special one and important! Pylon Reenactment Society formed from the ashes of Pylon, a band among the most influential from Athens, Georgia, where the frontrunners of the scene–The B-52’s and R.E.M.–called home. It

The Horrors – Weighed Down

September 26, 2017 Mike D 0

UK’s London based alternative modern rockers The Horrors released their new Valbum last month. It’s their sixth 10-track LP (12 in the Japanese version) in a decade where the band succeeded to rock the continents

Symbion Project — Bloodthirsty

September 25, 2017 Mike D 0

Symbion Project, the personal vehicle of the electronic composer/producer Kasson Crooker, will be releasing the Bloodthirsty single on October 20 (first appeared in the Arcadian LP). Though a strange title for an indietronic song that

DF — Patience

September 19, 2017 Jonathan Rose 0

Montreal audiovisual duo DF is out with abcdf–a new EP of skewed-jazz sax sounds accompanied by avant-garde visuals, and led by the album’s second single, Patience. Patience, we’re told, is secretly inspired by an Aphex Twin track,

Trisomie 21 — Alice

September 19, 2017 Mike D 0

On September 14, brothers Philippe and Herve Lomprez–the acknowledged and most respected French (Lille) post punk act Trisomie 21–released their new single, Alice. T 21 started their course back in the early eighties and though some people

Artist of the Week: 68creep

September 13, 2017 Mike D 1

Summer ends in September?! Nope, and this Artist Of The Week is damn hot! Started a couple of years ago in New York, the band is like all these rock ‘n’ roll darlings who know

Gel-Sol — Horse Head Bookends

September 12, 2017 Jonathan Rose 0

Horse Head Bookends opens with a door opening. Footsteps echo through a room. The door shuts behind the figure we are soon to discover is a mad phonic scientist. An amp fires up and tools

PREMIERE: Courtney Farren–Nothing Like It

September 5, 2017 Mike D 0

New York singer-songwriter Courtney Farren just released the first single/video of her debut album of the same name–Nothing Like It.  This six-track LP features guitar and piano songs recorded this past spring, and officially releases 6 October. New

PREMIERE: Discolor Blind–Long Vivid Dream

September 5, 2017 Mike D 0

Discolor Blind, a new band from Montreal, relased their debut EP on September 1 via Republic of Music. Long Vivid Dream is a 5 track record of alternative music–alternative in its trip hop style, and electronic! The

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