Entries for April, 2016

You Indie Feature: An interview with John Bell of Widespread Panic

For almost 30 years, Widespread Panic has been known for their improvisational style, which is built around their compelling narratives and run a gamut of sounds from southern blues to progressive rock and jazz. With 2016 marking three decades since forming their original line-up in 1986, the band have a 12th studio album under their [...]

Elvis Depressedly ready LP for Run For Cover, tour (2016)

Elvis Depressedly is Mathew Cothran and Delaney Mills. Mathew and Delaney live in the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina. They will release the holo pleasures / california dreamin’ LP on Run For Cover Records on June 3, 2016, which is both a re-issue of their 2013 holo pleasures EP and a new EP of unreleased material [...]

Look Mexico to release third full-length via Tiny Engines

Tiny Engines welcomed Look Mexico back into the fold in 2013 as the band celebrated their 10 year anniversary. In 2008, Tiny Engines’ very first release was Look Mexico’s Gasp Asp 7″. And eight years later the label and band are excited to announce the long awaited third full-length. The LP, entitled Uniola, is officially [...]

Lovitt Records to release New Myths by The Mercury Program

New Myths is the fifth full-length by The Mercury Program. It includes six songs and willl be released on LP and digital download on May 20 by Lovitt Records. Formed in Gainesville, Florida in 1997, The Mercury Program released music on Boxcar, Tiger Style, and Kindercore Records and toured heavily through the early ’00s. Now split between [...]

Martha shares “Goldman’s Detective Agency”

Martha, who played a Glastonbury appearance last year at the personal invitation of Billy Bragg, have released a new track and details on their upcoming album…. Listen: “Goldman’s Detective Agency” Martha return with their second album Blisters In The Pit Of My Heart on July 8, via Dirtnap Records (U.S.) and Fortuna POP! (UK/EU). Produced again by [...]

BURN to release From the Ashes, tour (2016)

Legendary hardcore band BURN have returned with their first recorded output since 2001’s Cleanse LP.  Titled From the Ashes, this three-song EP will be released July 15 on Bridge Nine Records and is in its entirety on Noisey. BURN vocalist Chaka Malik commented on the EP:  ”BURN has so much left to share that it was [...]

Forced Perspective Documentary gives closer look at artist Derek Hess

Renowned Cleveland-based artist Derek Hess has tested the waters of both the music and art world for over 20 years. Recognized internationally for his poster work with bands such as Pantera, Pink Floyd and Pearl Jam, as well as being featured brands like MTV, Vh1 and TLC, Hess’ art has been featured everywhere from the [...]

Tiny Moving Parts ready LP for Triple Crown, tour (2016)

Minnesota’s Tiny Moving Parts released a new track “Common Cold” from their upcoming LP on Triple Crown Records, titled Celebrate, out May 20, 2016. The track, which features Conor Murphy of Foxing, premiered on the AV Club who said the new song proves “Tiny Moving Parts may have become more restrained, but it hasn’t given up any of [...]

Male Gaze ready King Leer, share “Lesser Demons”

Weirdo-punk supergroup Male Gaze is back with nine new chunks of octave-pedal abuse and sultry croons with King Leer, their first proper long-player. This time around, the trio of Matt Jones (ex-Blasted Canyons), Mark Kaiser (ex-Mayyors), and Adam Cimino (ex-The Mall) have added former Blasted Canyons and Tiaras member Adam Finken on second guitar and [...]

Aesop Rock streams new album, tours (2016)

Aesop Rock just shared a full video stream of his new album The Impossible Kid (out this Friday on Rhymesayers). The album, his first solo record in four years, is incredible on its own; it’s been paired here with a shot-by-shot recreation of Stanley Kubrick’s The Shining… in miniature. Check it out for a true [...]