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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...

Molly Hanmer and The Midnight Tokers – Stuck in a Daydream

  Based out of Los Angeles, Molly Hanmer’s new recording with The Midnight Tokers in tow solidifies her reputation as one of the best singers/interpreters working the indie scene today. Stuck in a Daydream features a dozen songs of superior skill and quality and never panders...

Emma DeCorsey releases EP

  Balancing aggressive riff rock with bittersweet melodies and ironic lyrics isn’t an easy task for even the most experienced of studio veterans in music, but in Emma DeCorsey’s new extended play The Dream, the Brooklyn-based singer and songwriter makes the entire concept appear all too simple....

Lasso Spells release new LP

  There’s an infectious energy surrounding the entirety of Lasso Spells’ Bohemian Mechanics that’s impossible to ignore. Even the moodier, mid-tempo numbers like “Yeah Right”, “High Tide”, and “Island” have a lively sense of melody centered on Brent Dudash’s singing and the guitar work. The guitar playing focuses...

Jared Finck’s “New Kids (SEAWAVES remix)”

  There’s a dark cloud that’s lingering over a wet, pre-dawn morning that just won’t seem to go away. It isn’t a new sight to see, but it’s become one that no one really cares to deal with any longer. The shadow it casts onto the...

Kazyak is back!

  Kazyak finds uses for folk song conventions you haven’t dreamed of. It’s rare when you are an older music fan to find new releases where you can honestly say, after a single hearing, you haven’t heard anything quite like that before. I am, admittedly, no...

Local Honey by Abby Zotz

Local Honey is Abby Zotz’s first solo album after a twenty year journey through the music world as a respected folk and traditional music performer. Her songwriting chops are in full evidence with this release and, despite some obvious influences coming through, it’s clear Zotz has...

The Blackmail Seduction

The Blackmail Seduction release Sophomore release

Jess McClellan and the other three members of The Blackmail Seduction play as an unit from the first and it’s a welcome relief; with McClellan’s prime role in the band’s songwriting and position as the band’s singer, The Blackmail Seduction could easily sound like a...

Elsewhere releases Multi-Man (EP)

With the buzz of amplifier feedback warming the atmosphere around them, Elsewhere lays into the first, self-titled track of their new extended play Multi-Man with an urgency that is not unlike that of an incoming army storming onto the battlefield. The guitar jukes and riffs over the...

The danbees

The Danbees release EP

  “Down at the Bar” will likely end 2018 as one of the most bracing rock singles in recent memory. The first single from The Danbees’ soon to be released EP The Veggie Tapes is a four to the floor rock song with the sort of...