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Palomino Blonde Premiere ‘Creature Natural’ With Official Music Video

By Olivia McAuley   Palomino Blond today premiere's their new single “Creature Natural”, the first release of a two-song split with fellow locals and alt-powerhouse Las Nubes. Along with the release of the track, the band also shares its visual counterpart and their first official music video...

Hemhora and the Glass Band’s Helix Pattern Blues

by John McCall A gentle yet tightly wound acoustic guitar melody greets us as we enter “World On Its Neck,” one of six new songs found on Hemhora and the Glass Band’s all new extended play Helix Pattern Blues. The band treads through a thick blanket...

The Merrymaker’s Orchestrina – Little King and the Salamander

by John McCall Having heard great things about The Merrymaker’s Orchestrina’s previous release Act 3, I expected great things from their newest collection Little King and the Salamander. I am not disappointed. The potential for disappointment is real – Little King and the Salamander isn’t a natural follow-up, in the sense it highlights...

Blood Cultures release “Dunk On Me” music video

by John McCall Shot on Kodak film and directed by Idle House and Blood Cultures, the “Dunk On Me” music video is seemingly vintage and innocent at first, before it goes into darker, unsettling territory. Blood Cultures, a New Jersey four-piece band, joins the ranks of...

Dawg Gone Davis drops EP

by John McCall One thing, if nothing else, is clear about Dawg Gone Davis – she loves and knows music well. The four songs included with her EP collection In the Dawg Pound gets off to a fun and wise start with the track “Forever Music” and the...

The Danbees releases “Veggie Tapes” EP

by John McCall Alternative music used to be a lot more accurate of a term than it is today. In 2018, practically anything that doesn’t fit into the basic categorization of hip-hop, rock or pop is automatically relegated to the alternative section, which arguably was once...

The Chordaes drop new Single 

by John McCall “Venus,” the new single from The Chordaes’ upcoming extended play What We Breathe In (out this February), opens up at the volume of a miniscule murmur. We enter a thick black maelstrom containing raw fragments of melody being pieced together in real time. Slowly guitarist Kevin...

Rob Alexander’s “Long Road Coming Home”

We’re drifting down the highway of life. Hundreds of joyous moments – a thousand mistakes right there beside them. The persuasion of the exit that leads us to home is all too powerful for us to resist. Will the answers be there? Will we find...

The Cold Stares are back! New Album “Mountain” out now!

Fusing together a devotion to bluesy song structures with an insatiable lust for anxiety-inducing distortion, The Cold Stares’ new album Mountain holds nothing back musically as the indie duo rip through fifteen tracks saturated in guttural garage melodies. Lead singer Chris Tapp barks out a feverish battle...

Miami Indie-Psych outfit Jaialai release single ‘Hold The Phone’

The dream-pop meets psych-rock quartet premiered "Hold The Phone" on Spill Magazine. The first song off their upcoming debut full-length Say So is upbeat yet blissed-out, with trippy and cerebral elements accompanying the beats and guitar riffs. "'Hold The Phone' is a breezy tune with a liberating message. It's about being left behind...