Premiere: Plastic Harpoons Share New Single “East Of State”

Today, Santa Barbara indie-rock outfit Plastic Harpoons share “East of State,” the latest single off their forthcoming LP, Modern World, out October 21 via Lolipop Records. Said Daniel Vasquez on their newest single: “I wrote the original concept to be more of a mellow love song about someone being caught off guard by love at first sight. We jammed on it a few times… Read More Premiere: Plastic Harpoons Share New Single “East Of State”

Premiere: Wesley Share Video For Twins In The Wind

Louisville, KY singer-songwriter Wesley (the alias of Jacob Weaver) recently announced a brand new LP entitled Glows in the Dark (due November 11 via Earth Libraries). Today, Weaver shares its second single, “Twins in the Wind,” alongside an accompanying video. He wrote the song as a way of exploring the dual identities of childhood and adulthood, the wobbly synth flooding into the immaculately arranged acoustic tune… Read More Premiere: Wesley Share Video For Twins In The Wind

Premiere: Mother Sun Share Video For Tangerine Beach

Canadian psych quartet Mother Sun recently announced a brand new LP entitled Train of Thought, due October 28 via Earth Libraries, as well as the band’s own small label, Kamloops BC-based Divine Bovine Records. Today, they have shared “Tangerine Beach,” the latest single off the record, in addition to the track’s accompanying music video. Speaking on the track, the band wrote: “‘Tangerine Beach’… Read More Premiere: Mother Sun Share Video For Tangerine Beach

Premiere: Listen To Glad To Be Alive LP By Brook Pridemore

Fresh home from a US tour to a Brooklyn that was silenced by the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic, unemployed and unable to play live, Brook Pridemore was overcome with a flurry of middle-of-the-night songwriting. More intimate and unflinchingly honest than anything they’d written before, this batch of nascent songs painted snapshots of the most trying moments of… Read More Premiere: Listen To Glad To Be Alive LP By Brook Pridemore

Premiere: Tessa Lee Shares Video For Could It Be?

Today we have the privilege to premiere a video for Could It Be, a brand new single by Tasmanian jazz/indie artist Tessa Lee. Could It Be showcases her tremendous creativity and musicianship distilled into a meaningful, soothing, ear-appealing indie composition where the calming melodies, harmonies, chord progressions, and rhythmic segments collide with her divine voice.… Read More Premiere: Tessa Lee Shares Video For Could It Be?

Premiere: Marcus Paquin Shares Video For The Way Forward

Notable songwriter and musician Marcus Paquin is perhaps best known for his work on albums by iconic artists such as Arcade Fire, The National, Local Natives, The Weather Station, Julia Jacklin, Begonia, and Sarah Harmer. Now, Marcus announces his first solo effort, an album entitled Our Love (due November 25 via Birthday Cake Records). The album dives into a difficult transition in his… Read More Premiere: Marcus Paquin Shares Video For The Way Forward

Premiere: San Fermin Share New Single “Your Ghost”

Today, San Fermin share “Your Ghost,” the final single and focus track off their brand new EP,Your Ghost, out today via songwriter Ellis Ludwig-Leone and vocalist Allen Tate‘s label, Better Company. The label, which Ludwig-Leone and Tate formed in 2020, has since seen releases from Wye Oak, Wild Pink, Sorcha Richardson, Pure Bathing Culture, Daisy the Great, and more. On “Your Ghost,” Tate compares a day with the… Read More Premiere: San Fermin Share New Single “Your Ghost”

Premiere: Karaboudjan Share New Single “Upside Down”

Southern California-based indie psych-rock artist Karaboudjan shares his second single – “UPSIDE DOWN” – off his upcoming EP. His previous single “SCATTER” premiered with chorus.fm and with it he announced the EP, which is due out later this year.  “Like most artists, I tried to hunker down and write as much music as I could during the start of the pandemic. I’m already a… Read More Premiere: Karaboudjan Share New Single “Upside Down”

Premiere: Bret Koontz & Truancy Club Share Video For Strange New Love

Today, Bret Koontz & Truancy Club (ft. members of Fran, Famous Laughs) announce their new LP, A Sparkle Road Cult, out November 18 via Earth Libraries. The sound at the center of A Sparkle Road Cult is Bret’s voice. It’s an idiosyncratic writer and composer’s voice that has shades of the outsider sounds of Robert Wyatt, Syd Barrett, and Arthur Russell. The accompanying arrangements bring to… Read More Premiere: Bret Koontz & Truancy Club Share Video For Strange New Love

Premiere: Dead Dog Summer Announce Their Debut Album “A Place Of Someday” With New Single/Video “Sometimes”

Dead Dog Summer is a post-hardcore band from Čakovec, Croatia, and “Sometimes” is their second single that announces their debut album “A Place of Someday“, which will be released on 23rd of September on Geenger Records. Dead Dog Summer was formed at the end of 2020 after several years of the members’ break from playing… Read More Premiere: Dead Dog Summer Announce Their Debut Album “A Place Of Someday” With New Single/Video “Sometimes”

Premiere: Secret Machines Share Underneath The Concrete; Remastered Self-Titled Album Out October 14th Via TSM Records

Today, Secret Machines share “Underneath the Concrete,” the second revamped single off the recently announced digital reissue of their highly acclaimed self-titled record, remastered by Simon Scott (Slowdive)and originally released on October 14, 2008 via TSM Recordings with original members Brandon Curtis (vocals, bass, keys) and Josh Garza (drums), with Phil Karnats (guitar). With this release, the track is available via all DSPS for the very first time. Speaking on “Underneath the Concrete,” the… Read More Premiere: Secret Machines Share Underneath The Concrete; Remastered Self-Titled Album Out October 14th Via TSM Records

Premiere: Peter Matthew Bauer Shares New Single “21st Century Station”

“21st Century Station” is the final single from Peter Matthew Bauer’s forthcoming record Flowers before it’s out September 23rd. “21st Century Station” was conceived as an early 60s ska hit, playing through a radio tower as panic takes the streets in our present day. It sounds just like that — with broken pianos and guitars, congas, bombastic drums, a… Read More Premiere: Peter Matthew Bauer Shares New Single “21st Century Station”