Latest Arrivals to our Music Library
Tuesday, November 10, 2020
Slower finds Jules trying to enjoy the present moment between past and future, yesterday and tomorrow, living and dying, “Hell and Hello,” whether he’s touting the joys of eating “Sugar All Day” (which begins with one scratchy guitar chord and includes a warm, plaintive harp solo from guest and fellow Woodstock denizen John Sebastian), pondering the onset of autumn in “Feels Like Fall,” or singing the praises of companionship in “It Came Down From Heaven,” “It’s Love” and “Call It Love.”
Present Peasant delivers a sincere & novel resurrection of rock/pop by drawing on the varied musical backgrounds of its members, including classic rock, blues, Motown, country, jazz, and classical music.
Vindicator is the first Yukon Blonde album written, recorded, and produced entirely by the band. It took shape in their jam space in East Vancouver, a cabin on Galiano Island, in a closet at Younger’s home, and in Innes’ kitchen. But this DIY ethos has always been the backbone of Yukon Blonde who are curious artists with a passion for honing their craft.
Monday, October 26, 2020
Dropout is the infectious ripper of a debut album from Model Child, the punk rock outfit of LA-based musician and songwriter Danny Parker. Best known for writing songs for some of the most successful pop radio artists of this era. Dropout marks the first time audiences will get an in-depth study of the true artist behind the pen. An artful, aggressive, and accessible collection of smartly crafted and catchy guitar jams.
Lupin is the sound of an arrival. Across eight tracks of subverted, expansive pop, Jake Luppen’s solo debut is all sharp edges, a fractured self-portrait pieced together through left-of-center, pop maximalism.
BC born singer-songwriter Kandle Osborne is catharsis personified. Embodying equal parts cabaret chanteuse and ambitious rock singer, she’s covered everything in her inky blues-influenced songs from various topics.She is an artists who shares her own stories in her music.
Monday, October 19, 2020
Salt Lake City based, Cardboard Club's upcoming concept EP, Hemlock, is a project they've been building toward their entire creative career. It tells the story of two people who make an unthinkable decision and, in the aftermath, their journey to find each other.
The album is a beautiful and often tender one, sometimes rooted in immersive and dreamy ambient soundscapes, it's also one that captures the strangeness of the modern world. "These themes of modern anxiety started to emerge in my songs," says Scott. "The album is sort of a post-apocalyptic love letter from the future to the present. Looking back into the past for that sense of human connection we have lost in our screen-based existence.
The Blanche Hudson Weekend existed for nearly four years. They had decided that they had achieved everything they had wanted and split up.The band started out in late 2009. Over the next few years, they recorded and released two full length albums, five 7" singles, one CD single and a 17 track compilation of single tracks and exclusive recordings most of which are now deleted or sold out. Standing On The Lift To The Scaffold compiles the best tracks by this band. It's the perfect release for anyone wishing to have a whole bunch of Blanche Hudson Weekend tracks in one place.
Monday, October 5, 2020
Pat Thomas has been known as a driving singing/writing/bass-playing force behind San Francisco band Cool Ghouls for years and, over those years, in tandem with the band's group effort, has cultivated an interesting voice as a solo act.
Here Where The Night Falls offers a raw look at the emotional struggles we face when the world drops out from below our feet.
Not Earth was written in Como’s home, in the living during the quiet of the day, in the bedroom while his wife watched TV; brave new worlds created from the quiet and comfort of his own domestic life.
Monday, September 28, 2020
The band's emergence was backed up by European tours that demonstrated a riotously loose-limbed approach to performance that was every bit as thrilling as Phase’s tantalising promise. With Automatic, the band have made a step-change from their debut. It’s more disciplined, directional and arguably more danceable for that great listener experience.
An introspective singer-songwriter, Riley Pearce often writes about his difficulty coping with change and his love-hate relationship with nostalgia. With family spread across the globe and his own stretches of living in a number of different cities, Riley’s lyrics reflect that all too human need for connection. His honest songwriting, and relatable storytelling has resonated both in Australia and overseas, with over 50 million streams to date..
Vacation Manor is a duo from Virginia and built its gateway in 2016. Their new album is sure to relocate listeners somewhere wonderful.