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Clay Harper takes us to "Dirt Yard Street"

Atlanta musician, Clay Harper (formerly of The Coolies, Ottoman Empire) is preparing to release his new album, Dirt Yard Street on October 2nd. He premiered his new single, “Dirt Yard Street” with Surviving the Golden Age.

Adam Morgan wrote “The track finds Harper finger-plucking an acoustic guitar with little other musical accompaniment. His earnest voice drives the song to an emotional crescendo repeating ‘I believe this is home.’”

Check out the full premiere here.

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It is "Nite Nite" for the Beautiful Dudes

California four-piece, Beautiful Dudes are preparing to release their EP, Nite Songs on August 14th via Dowd Records. Their latest single “Nite Nite” just premiered at New Noise Magazine.

Addison Herron-Wheeler finds the song “embracing rocking riffs and dark melancholy with an uplifting optimism that is the perfect soundtrack for our current times.”

Read the full premiere HERE.

The “Nite, Nite” single will only be released on a flexi vinyl record included with each Beautiful Dudes Lurkville Skateboards deck.

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Lauren Crosby takes a trip to "Biloxi"

Lauren Crosby and Griffin Sherry of The Ghost Of Paul Revere are releasing their new single “Biloxi” on Friday but American Songwriter just premiered the track.

“While the song beings with a touch of edginess thanks to Griffin’s mildly ragged vocals and full dynamic push that includes drums, acoustic and electric guitar, bass, organ and even the occasional tonal punctuation of toy bells, over time, Crosby’s gentler, rounded, slightly twangy vocal tone balances out Griffin. (Think slightly more vocally assertive and defined First Aid Kit)” writes Kira Grunenberg.

You can read the full premiere HERE.

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Nick Andre graces the pages of Rolling Stone

Bank Robber Music and Rough Trade Publishing have announced Talk – Action = Zero, a compilation album in honor of black victims of police brutality. Included on the album will be Bay Area rapper/producer, Nick Andre. You can read about the album HERE.

Nick Andre’s new single, “Mr. Bang Bang” featuring Bicaso of Living Legends will be released on June 12th.

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Transworld hypes up new Collab between Dowd Records and Lurkville Skateboards

Lurkville and Dowd Records have a multi-artist collaboration starting with The Cry. Check out the new single and Lurkville clip over on Transworld Skateboarding HERE.

The Cry released their new single, “This Hazy Morning” back on March 31st.

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People Years stream new album, Animalism

Birmingham, Alabama’s People Years are preparing to release their new album, Animalism on April 10th. They premiered an exclusive stream of the album with Left Bank Magazine.

Left Bank calls Animalism “an album that is wrapped in the kind of good energy that we could really use right now. Reminiscent of ’60’s psychedelia meets NASA-level outer space vibes, People Years have given us a spring album that aurally engages and lifts spirits.”

Read the full premiere here.

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Lesibu Grand explores their dream in video for "Mi Sueño"

Atlanta band, Lesibu Grand just premiered the music video for their new single, “Mi Sueño” with American Songwriter.

Writer Joe Vitagliano called the song “an enchanting and immersive tune. Featuring soulful horns, Molton’s smooth voice and an overall smoky tonality, the song musically captures the essence of ‘dreaming.’”

You can read the full premiere here.

“Mi Sueño” comes from Lesibu Grand’s 2019 EP, The Legend of Miranda.

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Witch's Wall premiere eponymous track

Not every band is willing to name a track after themselves but Witch’s Wall has done exactly that. Glide Magazine premiered the single comparing it to “the whimsical surf influenced indie of Mac DeMarco and jazzy overtones of King Krule.”

You can read the entire premiere HERE.

Witch’s Wall’s self-titled album will be released April 3rd via Cornelius Chapel Records.

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"Loud and Charming" Tonne releases new single

Denver’s Tonne is preparing to release their EP, Bridey Murphy on March 13th. Austin Town Hall just premiered the first single called “Catalina.”

“While it’s still a very guitar driven sound, there’s a huge focus on the delivery of melody throughout this first listen,” writes Nathan Lankford. “It’s got nods to college rock all over it, though approached with the warmth you might find in the likes of Nada Surf. Clearly you can be loud and charming all at once!”

High praise and we love the Nada Surf comparison. You can read the entire premiere HERE.

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Kodacrome Share 'dynamic and lush' New Single, "Play Dead"

Brooklyn’s Kodacrome are preparing to release a very special EP, March 6th, entitled The Banff Sessions. It features five tracks; two brand new and three new versions of previously released songs. The EP arose from a residency the band did at the Banff Centre in Canada, where they studied the expressive relationship between orchestral instruments and analog synths, and ultimately arranged and recorded this chamber-based redux album.

Glide Magazine premiered the first single “Play Dead” today, calling the song “a dynamic and lush soundscape that contains Explosions in the Sky buildups with shoegaze textures with post-rock nods. Kodacrome are enablers of mood-setting in the most devious ways, with classic creeping piano and enough hush to keep listeners expecting the unexpected.” We couldn’t agree more!

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