We’re happy to announce Fleeting, the debut EP from Athens’ own Wanderwild due March 25. Our friends at Stereofly dropped the first video for “Optimist”, a compelling premiere for the singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and producer. Check out the video over at Stereofly !
Save the date for the album release show Friday, March 25 in Athens, GA at the Caledonia Lounge.
Watch the video for “Death Cap,” shot on-location in Iceland.
Amy Blaschke discusses her almost two-decade long career, her musical influences, and what’s next. Read it all over on Philthy Mag!
“The song kind of makes you feel like you’re being taken back into a 60’s time warp but you don’t want the ride to end.” See what else they had to say, and give “Offering” a listen for yourself!
Our friends at Sound & Silence gave Swaying Wires some love on their release I Left A House Burning, calling it “engaging and intimate, reminding [us] of a cross between First Aid Kit, Neko Case and Mazzy Star.”
Check out the rest of their praise over at Sound & Silence .
“Walker juxtaposes electric guitar riffs and airy vocals. His drawn out vocals are the main focus of the song, with moment’s highlighted by electric guitar. The song is an exploration in finding who you are, and not caring about what others think.”
Listen to “Hideous Monster” and read more at Elmore Magazine.
Chris Storrow’s new album The Ocean’s Door is due February 5, and he just dropped the lead single! Head over to Surviving the Golden Age to check out “A True Christian” and see why it’s been called a “power pop jam.”
Pitchfork reviewed Coldair’s newest release, The Provider, yesterday. Stuart Berman states in the 7.0 review, that “when working with electro-sonics and brittle beats, Biliński’s classically-trained approach to songcraft prevails—on strobe-lit standouts like “Perfect Son” and “Denounce,” he builds big hooks out of scraps and shards, skilfully layering and arranging his minimal elements to maximize their dramatic impact.”
Read the full review here!