Check out the video for the track “Murmurations” from The Union Trade’s newest LP, A Place of Long Years via Tricycle Records.
This is a cinematic album that explores the power of places, physical and psychic, and the awe of phenomena both mysterious and natural. It includes in-studio contributions from Tricycle labelmates Nate Blaz on cello (Geographer) and Ann Yu’s (Silver Swans) hauntingly spare vocals,
Check out this great video for “Cairo” off Paperhaus’ recently released self-titled debut album. Is this video and song making your ears happy? Take a trip over to their website to purchase the full album! Also be sure to check their tour dates to see if they are performing near you.
“Rom Say Sok” is from The Deepest Lake, the latest album by Dengue Fever available via Tuk Tuk Records.
The Deepest Lake finds Dengue Fever expanding their trademark psych/surf/Cambodian pop sound with African percussion, vocals that would make Exene and John Doe proud, sweeping melodies and extended psychedelic jams of songs that often time out after five or six minutes.
Do you like what you are hearing and seeing? Head on over to their store to purchase The Deepest Lake today! Also be sure to check out Dengue Fever’s tour dates to see if they are playing near you.
José González recently released Vestiges and Claws via Mute Records. On Vestiges & Claws González has created a collection of songs that cohere just about perfectly, ensuring his position as one of the most important artists goin..
Check to see if José González is playing near you during his upcoming tour!
Kinjac is the eclectic electro-rock solo project of musician/producer Michael O’Shea (pictured). Originally from Asheville, North Carolina, and now based in Los Angeles, O’Shea produced Smoking Gun, the debut EP by Carolinabound, the stage moniker of Chris Smith, a singer-songwriter based in the mountains of Western North Carolina.
The original version of “Chaos,” which premiered today on Verbicide, is gentle, aching alt-country; this remix is a very different beast, as haunted as the house it was recorded in.
Joshua Tree’s Chelan debuted the video for “Before It All” from their new album Equal Under Pressure. You can purchase the album, which features two remixes from acclaimed producer Kid606, from their Bandcamp.
Baker’s songs sometimes play like the unfiltered id of someone hiding in your closet and watching through a crack in the door as you get ready for bed: she means you no intentional harm, but there’s no telling what she might do next.
The band only gave PopMatters this comic teaser regarding the album: “It’s coming at you like a freight train… but instead of wheels, it has biscuits… and instead of freight it has gravy… It’s a gravy train with biscuit wheels.”