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TLA entrances with new video, "Forty Years"

Dowd Records’ TLA are preparing to release their new album, New Language. The band which includes members of The Shins and The Pleased just debuted their new video, “Forty Years” via Austin Town Hall.

“Listener beware! It’s hard not to get entranced by the sonic pulse of this music accompanied with this incredible video…this feels like what Billy Corgan was after Adore, only with better execution,” said Nathan Lankford at Austin Town Hall.

Read the full premiere HERE.

New Languages will be out November 1st via Dowd Records.

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Sarah Lee Langford: Where cosmic country meets honky-tonk funk

Sarah Lee Langford premiered her new single “Two Hearted Rounder” with AmericanaUK.

Writer Jonathan Aird describes the track as “where cosmic country, and honky-tonk funk meet to make a pleasing sound that carries Langford’s gorgeously straight forward and no-nonsense vocal.”

Read the full premiere here.

“Two Hearted Rounder” is the titular track of Sarah Lee Langford’s upcoming album which will be released November 8th on Cornelius Chapel Records.

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Surviving the Golden Age gives Good Service

Good Service have premiered their new single “Pocket Calendars” with Surviving the Golden Age.

Writer Adam Morgan describes the track as “with a psychedelic tinge that would make bands like Olivia Tremor Control or Tame Impala proud, ‘Pocket Calendars’ is equal parts strange and engrossing.” That’s high praise!

Read the full premiere here.

“Pocket Calendar” is the first single released from the LP, Please which will be released July 26th.

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Kazyak Pushes The Psych Rock Envelope With The Hypnotic 'Discover'

Minneapolis’ Kazyak have quietly been releasing a prolific canon of music over the past few years. 2017’s Happy Camping and 2018’s Reflection were both worthy of repeat listens. But they’ve really stepped up their game with their upcoming release, Odyssey.

“Discover” is the third single released from the LP and Glide Magazine just premiered it for all the world to hear (and see). Check out the premiere here!

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Nicholas Altobelli takes the Central Track

Earlier today, Central Track premiered the new single from Nicholas Altobelli called “Odd Numbers.”

Writer Eric Grubbs describes the track as “driven by stark piano play and a solo vocal at first, the song eventually takes off with a band arrangement featuring Karyna Micaela on backing vocals, Tyler Martin on electric guitar, Ryan Poole on keyboards, Bert Willis on bass and Aaron Hass on drums. Most impressive throughout the song, though, is that Altobelli comes off as a more confident performer — both as a singer and band leader.”

Read the entire premiere HERE.

Vertigo is out August 2nd via Dalton Records.

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Austin Town Hall premieres the new King Ropes single

Earlier today, Austin Town Hall premiered the new single from King Ropes called “California Stars.”

Writer Nathan Lankord said the song “plods slowly, allowing the natural melody in the vocals to build; the guitars and bass still have this ominous tone in the distance behind the voice Dave Hollier. The pinnacle is from the chorus with the line “those California stars they shine and shine;” it’s a sublime pop tidbit”

You can read the entire premiere HERE.

King Ropes album, Gravity and Friction will be out July 26th.

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The Big Takeover loves Leon III

Richmond, Virginia’s Leon III premiere their stand alone single, “Stick Figures” via The Big Takeover.

The Big Takeover says “the track marches forward at a steady pace with direct, strongly expressed vocals, twangy and gritty guitar lines, and a pronounced drum beat.” Check out the full premiere HERE.

“Stick Figures” digital release date is this May 24th.

Wild Wing Announce New Futures with Earbuddy

Los Angeles quartet, Wild Wing announced their upcoming album, New Futures via Earbuddy today as well as premiered the lead single “Me ‘n Mine.”

Earbuddy described the track as “dysfunctional — emphasis on fun.” We couldn’t agree more. Read the entire premiere HERE.

New Futures is out June 21st.

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Biglemoi take a "Joyride" with Glide

New Orleans’ Biglemoi just premiered their new video for “Joyride” with Glide Magazine.

Glide describes the single as “the big sound of early Arcade Fire with the musical versatility of Broken Social Scene.” That is HIGH praise!

You can read the entire premiere HERE.

Biglemoi’s album, Permanent Vacation is out June 28th via Bubble Bath Records.

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Brad Armstrong goes from 13ghosts to "13 Anchors"

Former 13ghosts singer, Brad Armstrong premiered his video for “13 Anchors” with The Country Note.

The Country Note said “The video takes one back to the early days of camcorders and VHS, and how cool it was to make movies with your friends when you were a kid. What better way to have a retro looking video than to use an authentic home video? Bridging the past with the present, Armstrong’s track becomes the soundtrack as the boys play out a heist that doesn’t go as planned.”

Read the entire premiere HERE

The song comes from Brad Armstrong’s album, I Got No Place Remembers Me which is out now on Cornelius Chapel Records.

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