Latest Arrivals to our Music Library
Sunday, May 22, 2022
On her debut full-length, Mallrat — aka Grace Shaw — embodies the spirit of its titular creature, but without the delicacy that keeps you at a distance. Over eleven clever and open-hearted tracks, she draws you in close and shows you the world through her wide, hopeful eyes.
Ruby Sparks is the indie rock project of LA by way of Pennsylvania native Jake Sternberg. Utilizing the lush palette of The Beatles & Beach Boys-inspired harmonies and the slick guitar tones of Arctic Monkeys & Tame Impala - Ruby Sparks aims to connect listeners to the complexities of exploring one’s masculinity and mental health.
John Doe: Punk rock pioneer with X, songwriter, poet, actor, solo artist, published author…folk musician.
Sunday, May 15, 2022
Tops were formed in Montreal when song-writing duo David Carriere and Jane Penny decided to join forces with drummer Riley Fleck. Since then they have become one of the most influential underground bands of the past decade, creating a space for sophisticated pop music in the indie world.
What started as an intimate performance has blossomed into an acclaimed six-song project co-produced with friend and collaborator Benji Nadeau. The 18-year-old (Dee Holt) proves wise beyond her years with alt-pop bangers that sound effortless and authentic.
13 years. 9 albums. Royal Chant get around. Royal Chant (often referred RC) is an Australian indie rock band formed in 2009 in the small coastal town of Port Macquarie.
Monday, May 2, 2022
7 years after their last studio album, The Inevitable End, and their farewell to the traditional album format, Röyksopp unveils Profound Mysteries, an expanded creative universe and a prodigious conceptual project.
From the very first guitar riffs on The Bees’ opening track, “Rainbow Stew,” one can sense this latest album is an exploration of the past, a synthesis of what came before, a celebration of having developed a singular sound within the confines of rock music.
Multi-instrumentalist, songwriter, and producer Mitch Davis steps out on his own with his debut LP The Haunt. Davis is a singer-songwriter tour de force and for this record, he wrote all the songs, played all the instruments, with much of it recorded on equipment that he also built himself, all from his home studio during the 2020 lockdown. The Haunt is a collection of soulful songs about the ending of relationships and the loneliness of isolation, it nonetheless brims with musicality and optimism—a record that could only have been made by Mitch Davis.
Sunday, April 24, 2022
Street Party is Eric's first solo album, which he produced at home and at various Bay Area studios. The album is like a journal of sorts, with musings on some of the madness of recent years. Eric played guitar on all of them, bass on most, and keyboards on a few. He's joined by some of his musical comrades on drums and other instruments, mostly collaborating remotely during COVID.
Written in the midst of deep personal tragedy and dramatic emotional upheaval, Altameda’s stunning new album, Born Losers, is a meditation on change, loss, and growth, but more than that, it’s a reckoning with mortality, a call to live while we’re still alive. The music here is more subtle than ever before, with raw, candid performances arriving wrapped inside gorgeous, gently atmospheric arrangements, and the lyrics showcase a similar leap in scope and maturity, grappling with our dueling desires for connection and escape through visceral, cinematic imagery that finds meaning in the mundane.
Tamar Berk created Start at the End... with one door closing, others opened, and the cycle of life renewed on an album of introspection, but also action taken, moving forward tentatively, the journey chronicled step by step like a book of short stories, with her characteristic blend of ‘60s psychedelia, ‘70s punk and ‘80s power pop, leavened with strains of folk and country.
Sunday, April 17, 2022
Recorded and produced by Mylar in London in the first half of 2021, Elsewhere explores the universal vulnerabilities of their internal selves and those around them, surrounded by a world spinning at a different rate.
Jake Custer is a multi-instrumentalist, singer, songwriter, and producer from Connecticut. His main instrument is guitar, but also plays bass, drums, piano/keyboard, dulcimer, mandolin, harmonica, and ukulele and also sings. He plays and records every instrument and vocal on his songs. He has been playing and recording music since 2012, but only started releasing music digitally for everyone in 2018.
Monako is a wave that's breaking. The sound of a world that's spinning, no mater what. It seems violent yet soothing. This indie rock album is sure to get you pumped up for you day.