Entries for the ‘Audio’ Category

Beach Slang cover Dramarama, tour (2015, 2016)

Philadelphia’s Beach Slang’s highly anticipated debut album, The Things We Do To Find People Who Feel Like Us, will be out October 30th on Polyvinyl Records, but before that the band has created a limited edition red mixtape for Cassette Store Day on October 17th.  The cassette, titled Here, I Made This For You, features covers [...]

Cold Sweats share “Coney Island Cops,” tour (2015)

“Coney Island Cops,” the latest single from New York’s Cold Sweats is brutal and relentless. For about 40 seconds, all hell breaks loose as the trio dive head first into brash ’80s hardcore influences and primal aggression. The band’s depravity isn’t lost however and the ol’ “fuck the police” chestnut rings true on “Coney Island Cops” with [...]

Allison Weiss streams New Love, tours (2015)

It’s crazy to think about how far Allison Weiss has come since she became one of the first musicians to utilize Kickstarter to fund her 2009 debut album ….Was Right All Along. She’s released multiple full-lengths and EPs, and brought her unique brand of indie-pop to crowds all over the globe alongside Lou Reed, The Front [...]

Mothertapes share “Avalanche”

Portland, OR band Mothertapes premiere another song from their forthcoming debut album today via New Noise Magazine. The art-rock-synth hook laden track “Avalanche” is available to hear HERE. PopMatters. previously shared the album’s first single “Do Make Say”, available to hear HERE. Mothertapes’ self-titled album will be released October 2nd, 2015 via the Self Group creative collective. [...]

Swings share “Sea,” tour (2015)

Washington, DC’s Swings are sharing “Sea,” the second single from the band’s much anticipated sophomore album Sugarwater. Due out on November 13 via Exploding In Sound Records (with cassettes on Como Tapes), Sugarwater is the young experimental pop band’s second record this year, following the January release of their full length debut Detergent Hymns (released on Quiet Year Records). The prolific trio decided [...]

Night Birds stream Muscle Beach, tour (2015)

New Jersey punks Night Birds are streaming their heavily anticipiated third LP Mutiny at Muscle Beach today via IMPOSE who said of it, “An old-school punk voice rings loudly on this record. These songs, 12 in all, clocking in at 25-minutes, are infused with pure attitude bopping from melodic, singalong anthem choruses with killer backup [...]

Riverboat Gamblers share “Time To Let Her Go,” tour (2015)

The Riverboat Gamblers have announced a new single and tour dates (see Brooklyn Vegan debut).  This is the first in a series of singles the band is putting out on End Sounds over the next year. Listen/Post “Time To Let Her Go” “Time To Let Her Go” is the a-side, with a cover of The [...]

State Champs ready Around The World and Back, tour (2015)

Albany, NY’s pop rock heavyweights, State Champs, have teamed with Substream Magazine to premiere the title track from their highly anticipated sophomore album, Around The World and Back, due out October 16 via Pure Noise Records. “Around The World and Back” proves that State Champs know their way around a huge hook even without their typical distorted guitars. The mostly-acoustic [...]

Mal Blum shares “Robert Frost,” tours (2015)

Mal Blum’s fifth studio album You Look a Lot Like Me is slated for release October 2 via Don Giovanni Records. In anticipation, the band reveals the second teaser track “Robert Frost” today via BrooklynVegan featuring airy vocals and an ecstatic guitar driven growl, playing touchingly against the emotive and fittingly poetic lyrics about depression, [...]

Dusk shares “(Do The) Bored Recluse,” plays shows (2015)

Amos Pitsch of critically acclaimed Appleton, WI band, Tenement, just can’t slow down when it comes to making new music. Having already released an expansive double album and a surprise EP this year with Tenement, the prolific musician has now teamed with Forward Records to release (Do The) Bored Recluse b/w Too Sweet, the debut single from DUSK. [...]