This is Book’s Music Shares Columboid’s “Juicy Mode!”
“While they are modern day pioneers of the synth-sax, the group are much more than something novel for the sake of being novel, these guys rock in a way that brings to mind hints of surf music, 60′s garage rock, and just something that can’t be explained.”
Listen now on This is Book’s Music!
The Blank Tapes Shares Their Favorite Psychedelic Videos With Impose!
“Trip out with us down the YouTube rabbit hole of psychedelic sound & vision. We’re sharing some of our favorite videos that we’ve dug over the daze.”
Watch them all now on Impose!
Last Good Tooth’s debut album for Team Love Records is now streaming in its entirety at FILTER Magazine!
“Whether it’s honesty expressed via their signature fiddle-laden folk—”You’ve got no right to hear me out; I won’t explain myself. Explain yourself,” LGT dares in opening track, “Look What I Made“—or their decision to feature P.F. Chang’s appetizer menu as their Facebook cover photo, there is a lot to love about this Providence, RI-turned-New York State four-piece.”
Listen now on Filter!
Pitchfork Shares Jay Arner’s ‘Midnight on South Granville!’
“This sort of underplaying sometimes means people don’t pick you out in a crowd, but Arner expertly folds sour feelings into his semi-sweet sounds, and as “Midnight On South Granville” accumulates quivery layers of analogue synths and builds gracefully to its conclusion, it becomes quietly riveting.”
Impose Magazine Premieres Bestial Mouths’ “Earth!”
“Prepare yourself to hear new grounds of scorched terrain, as Bestial Mouthspremiere the first listen to their upcoming self-titled with “Earth”. The production from Toronto’s Egyptrixx (aka David Psutka) conjures the audio descent into a cavern of diamonds, amid menacing synthetic varieties of minor key, black crystal persuasions.”
Listen now on Impose!
HipInDetroit loves Destroy This Place; psyched for their record release show tonight!
“When I listen to it, I keep thinking, “this is where music was supposed to go.” I can feel the 90s in the album, but with heavier elements and indie rock influences scattered into the mix. It is an album that I can put on and listen to from stop to finish and not have to skip a track.”
Read the full review on Hip In Detroit!
NERVOUS CIRCUITS REMINDS YOU TO PICK UP RODAN’S “FIFTEEN QUIET YEARS”
“On June 11th, Quarterstick will release Fifteen Quiet Years, a collection of all of Rodan’s 7”, Peel Session, and compilation tracks, along with a download of live tracks.”
Read on at Nervous Circuits.