Chicago’s Minor Moon is currently touring the northeast and just announced their debut EP, What Our Enemies Know, for a January 20th release. It’s already getting attention from The Revue, The Vinyl District & Austin Town Hall.
Of their debut single “So Composed,” Austin Town Hall says “The core of the song gives the impression of forlorn Americana, but the special touch revolves around the warm hook of the chorus; it offers up a slightly different spin, enabling listeners to digest the careful craftsmanship. “
11.09•Little Amps (Harrisburg, PA)
11.10•Milkies (Buffalo, NY)
11.11•The Little Box (Rochester, NY)
11.12•Plough and Stars (Cambridge, MA)
11.13•Rockwood Music Hall (New York, NY)
11.18•Circle A w/ Lady Cannon (Milwaukee, WI)
11.22•SPACE w/ Gaelynn Lea (Evanston, IL)
12.10•Martyr’s (Chicago, IL)
Check it out below and buy What Our Enemies Know next January 20th!
Florida native, Jordan Burchel, just announced his new record, Vowel Sounds, for a December 16th release. It’s already getting attention from The Revue, The Vinyl District & Performer Mag.
On the new single “Why They Call You Blue,” The Revue says “According to Ryan Adams, “To be young is to be sad” – but in the case of Florida singer/songwriter Jordan Burchel, that’s only partly true. On this new single from his forthcoming sophomore album, Vowel Sounds, the young balladeer proves that introspective vulnerability is a fine selling point. “Why They Call You Blue” isn’t necessarily a “sad” song per se, but rather an emotional, heartfelt song that helped put Ryan Adams on the road to stardom.”
Check it out below and buy Vowel Sounds on December 16th!
Brooklyn’s Crushed Out released Alien Ocean last Friday and the good reviews just keep coming in. Elmore Magazine recently stated that “Taking a dip in Alien Ocean is refreshing” in their most recent review.
Not to be outdone, New Noise Magazine calls the record “one of the most varied and exceptional albums of 2016” in Tuesday’s review.
Check them for yourself!