Girl Band’s new album The Talkies is out September 27th via Rough Trade Records. You can hear the new single “Going Norway” today on all DSPs and watch the video at Stereogum HERE. A 7” vinyl of the single will be out tomorrow Friday, August 16th!
Glide Magazine writes that the debut album from Gold Child is “a buoyant song collection that shines with the 70’s AM radio twangy pastiche alongside the modern indie charm of Jenny Lewis and Courtney Marie Andrews. One of 2019’s must-hear records, Gold Child summons winning harmonies and an unmistakable quiet strength on this debut – a rarity for a full-length debut.” Hear the whole dang thing HERE ahead of it’s August 9th release.
Thrilled to share Imperial Teen’s feature on NPR Music’s New Music Friday Picks! The band’s new album, We Are Timeless, is out today on Merge Records. We Are Timless snagged the number one spot on NPR’s list this week with the featured song “Ha”. Check out the full article on NPR!
Check out American Football’s Tiny Desk concert with NPR, complete with a children’s choir! NPR praised the band’s revival stating, “American Football is writing some of the best music of its career right now.” Tiny Desk concerts are “intimate video performances, recorded live at the desk of All Things Considered host Bob Boilen.” Watch the full video here!
Thrilled to share that Graveyard Club’s “William” is featured on The New York Times Friday Playlist! The new song is a “standout single” from the group’s upcoming album Goodnight Paradise, out this Friday. The New York Times’s Caryn Ganz describes “William” as “a brooding, yearning electro-goth song about reflecting on death to learn something about life.” Read the full article here!
Excited to share Girl Band’s “Shoulderblades” feature on NPR’s Best Songs of 2019 So Far! “Shoulderblades” is off of their upcoming anticipated LP, The Talkies, which will be out September 27 with Rough Trade Records. NPR’s Andrew Flanagan praised the new song as, “ a song that acts more like a suspension bridge between warring hemispheres of the brain, with Dara Kiely's percussive lyrics skipping overhead like hail.” Make sure to check out the full article on NPR!
Thrilled to share Vulture’s Best Songs of the Week, which includes The Appleseed Cast’s new single, “Chaotic Waves”. The new song is the first single off of the band’s upcoming album, Fleeting Light of Impermanence. Vulture praised the single, stating “The long-running Lawrence, Kansas, outfit have been at it for two decades now, mixing prog’s knottiness and post-rock’s epic sweep with traditional first-wave emo signifiers to glorious effect.” Make sure to read the full article on Vulture!
Ecstatic to share Stereogum’s premiere of Noël Wells’ new song “Sad Girl Blues” along with the announcement of her debut album It’s So Nice!, which is coming out late August. Known as a comedian and actress on Saturday Night Live, Master of None and her own movie Mr. Roosevelt, Wells started writing songs in 2016. She explains, “It wasn’t pre-meditated, the songs sort of popped out of me, and I had to follow.” Check out the full article on Stereogum!
Thrilled to share Pitchfork’s feature to announce Girl Band’s first new song in four years, “Shoulderblades.” The new song is the lead single from the band’s new LP The Talkies, out September 27 with Rough Trade. The new single was announced with a music video directed by Bob Gallagher. Check out the full article on Pitchfork!
Ecstatic to share Luray’s “Dig” feature on The New York Times Playlist! The New York Times describes “Dig,” as a “ghostly waltz, where introspection can carry her: from banjo picking to distant roaring electric guitars to glimmering thumb-piano plinks, from isolation to sweet intransigence.” Check out the full playlist here!
Thrilled to share Consequence of Sound’s stream of Graveyard Club’s new single “William”. The single comes from from the Minneapolis’ groups forthcoming album Goodnight Paradise, out June 28th. The band gives insight into the song’s origin, drawing inspiration from Ben E. King, Twin Peaks and Ray Bradbury. Check out the full article and stream the new single here!
Check out Rolling Stone’s “Songs You Need to Know” feature of The Archives cover of Gil Scott-Heron’s “Home Is Where The Hatred Is”! The Washington D.C. reggae band recieved high praise from the magazine, stating “Modern reggae covers of classic songs can be a crapshoot, but the group’s interpretation of this song balances the faithful with the inventive.” Read the full article on Rolling Stone!
Thrilled to announce Stereogum’s premiere of Giant in the Lighthouse’s new single “Sprinting”! The single is apart of the indie pop duo’s forthcoming debut EP, Waving, out June 28. Check out the new single on Stereogum!
Check out Rolling Stone’s Best Country and Americana Songs of The Week, which features NightJacket’s new song “Waking Up With You”! Rolling Stone praises the single by saying, “With its dreamy jangle and dramatic delivery, “Waking Up With You” nods to the glory days of shimmering college-rock, back when groups like 10,000 Maniacs and the Sundays briefly ruled the roost.” Read the full article here!
Excited to share that Governors Ball is featured on Newsweek’s 13 Best Summer Festivals of 2019! The Randall’s Island festival includes big headliners like Tyler, the Creator, Florence + the Machine, The Strokes, Mitski, Lil Wayne, Nas and SZA. With Stranger Things' Finn Wolfhard and his alt- country quartet, Calpurnia being the new band to watch! Click here to read the full article on Newsweek.
Check out Billboard’s exclusive premiere of JR JR’s “Dumb Myself Down” with their new label, Love Is EZ! The new song is apart of the Detroit duo’s upcoming Invocations/Conversations double album coming out May 31, 2019. Read the full article here, where JR JR's Joshua Epstein talks about the inspiration behind the song and the duo’s new label!