Latest Arrivals to our Music Library

Monday, March 8, 2021

America Part Two - Price of a Nation

New Jersey band, America Part Two released their first EP ‘Pure’ in 2017. Alex Fabio, Fred Rainville, and Sam Weingarten use this platform to journalize the experience of being a young adult in America today. Social issues, growing up, political climate, and love are just a few topics the band discuss in their music.

Snowpoet - Wait For Me

With storytelling at its core and impeccable musical taste, Snowpoet weaves it’s signature, evocative, hooky melodies, rich harmonic movements, flutters of emotive sung-speaking and thick, rich production to create an album that demands repeated listening.

Lost Horizons - In Quiet Moments

Lost Horizons--the project of Cocteau Twins’ Simon Raymonde & Richie Thomas of Dif Juz-- will release a new double-album this winter, and today they share a new single off of Part One of the record. Every track of In Quiet Moments features a guest vocalist, and the new single, “One For Regret,” is in collaboration with Porridge Radio. Listen to the song and watch the trippy, greenscreened, Rachel Winton-directed video, now.

Monday, February 22, 2021

Hunter Ellis - Face Tapes

Hunter Ellis grew up in Northern California and got interested in music when he started playing the violin and guitar. In high school he joined an instrumental post-rock band called The Coma Lilies, who recorded two albums, did many west coast tours, and two cross country tours.

Jackie Hayes - Eye 2 Eye

Jackie Hayes (born August 17, 1999) is a Waukegan-raised, Chicago-based musician detangling the tremors of her life to articulate the perils of young adulthood. Her first musical experiences happened in the church worship band, where her piano skills were hailed as a gift from God. There’s an irony to the divinity, considering Hayes was kicked out of the worship band for being a nonbeliever. Rejecting doctrine and dogma, Hayes detoured onto her own musical journey in near-secrecy with fierce opposition from her parents. She spent her adolescence sneaking into shows, working service and retail jobs to fund her own career. Her self-published music gained her a following for the inviting nature of her vulnerable candor.

Frankie Animal - Peaches

Frankie Animal is an alternative-pop/rock band from Estonia, with a core of three musicians. Through persistent work and having performed at many important festivals in the region such as Tallinn Music Week and Positivus but also farther at Eurosonic Noorderslag and Waves Vienna, they have established themselves as one of the leading alternative bands in Estonia.

Monday, February 1, 2021

The Weather Station - Ignorance

Ignorance is deeply emotional, the lyrics roiling with conflict. Indeed, the natural world is everywhere on this record. But it is not there to provide scenery or beauty; rather it intrudes with force and poignancy.

Neil Frances - Stay Strong Play Long

Neil Frances is a Los Angeles-based alternative pop duo making music with soul that you can dance to and believe in. A number of single releases, remixes, and featured guest spots on their tracks helped implement their fluidity and embracing of a changing modern pop landscape. Steadily building from the ground up since the beginning, the duo has been hard at work on a batch of new music to be released over the course of 2020 and beyond that is sure to expand their reach with its sense of groove and share their sunny outlook grounded in realness.

Awnings - Awnings

Awnings is the musical project of filmmaker Bradford Thomason. Originally recorded for a now-shelved film, the songs on Awnings EP represent a collective exploration of classic 80s film scores by artists like Jan Hammer and Harold Faltermeyer, and commercial production music from the Themes International series.

Monday, January 18, 2021

Moondial - The Last Cartographer

Moondial is an electronic art-rock / new wave band formed in 2017 and based in Dallas. The band consists of two members, John Chapman doing vocals, guitar, keys and programming and Tony LoBianco doing vocals, bass, guitar.

Jordana - Something To Say To You

It’s been quite the year for Jordana. In March Grand Jury re-issued her sleeper debut Classical Notions of Happiness. Then the world abruptly fell apart. Using the time she would have spent touring in support of the album, she quickly turned around a batch of new material that radically expanded on the homespun bedroom pop of her debut. The result is Something To Say To You, a monumental leap for the 20-year-old Kansas-based songwriter.

Dad Sports - "gf haircut"

Dad Sports is a three piece bedroom pop band formed in the early hours of the morning, exploring the Ottawa suburbs with only friendship and music to guide them. The band's sound is notably lo-fi and soft, yet equally high energy and emotionally potent. The group sets themselves apart by their use of electronic drum machines and softly layered vocals to create a warm and nostalgic sound.

Monday, January 4, 2021

The Besnard Lakes - Feuds With Guns

The Besnard Lakes have passed through death and they're here to tell the tale. Nearly five years after their last lightning-tinted volley, the magisterial Montreal psych rock band have sworn off compromise, split with their longstanding label, and completed a searing, 72-minute suite about the darkness of dying and the light on the other side.

Still Corners - Crying

Building on 2018’s SLOW AIR, Still Corners return with THE LAST EXIT, an album about the myth and folklore of the open road. In a world where everyone thinks all the corners of the map are filled in, Still Corners believe there's something beyond what we see and feel, something eternal in the landscape of those never ending drives.

Patricia Brennan - Maquishti

Mexican born, New York-based vibraphonist, marimbist, improviser and composer Patricia Brennan has released the third video from her forthcoming debut full length album Maquishti, out January 15, 2021 on the Valley of Search label.