Friday, November 30, 2012
Renny Wilson—who probably spends a lot of time listening to yacht rock and old disco—has created a song that sits comfortably up there with Studio’s woefully small catalog. It’s lush and pretty, and more importantly: soft. Not in a bad way, though. It’s more that it feels blurred at the edges, existing in a constant half-sleep state of near bliss." Read more on The Fader.
Thursday, November 29, 2012
Watch the video now on Lo-Pie.
Rolling Stone Offers Up A Free Download of 'I Think I Like Your Girlfriend More Than You' By Bentcousin
Download the track now at Rolling Stone.
Agent Ribbons is back with a video for "Jamaica and the Wishing Shrine," a melancholy cut from their awesome EP Let Them Talk (released earlier this fall on Antenna Farm). Directed and shot by Jason Hood, the clip finds the band exploring an abandoned Coney Island, chasing seagulls through the streets, and writing messages in the sand." Watch it now on Bust.
Wednesday, November 28, 2012
Isaac Brock may have written at one point if he lived 1,000 miles further south." Listen now on Free Bike Valet.
Read on at The SF Bay Guardian.
Tuesday, November 27, 2012
Watch it now over on Fense Post.
“I guess what I’m trying to do is avoid folk,” Kelly says. “I’m not just some dude playing a guitar.” Much like America, “Parachutes of Plenty,” is a tapestry of different styles. Yes it’s guitar heavy, but it’s also epic, free-roaming gloom-pop." Keep on reading over on Music on the Goe!
Monday, November 26, 2012
Read the full review on This is Book's Music.
Ash Reiter represents a subset of independent artists who still hold the art form of the album in high regard. With her second full length album, Hola, Reiter has not only gone the distance to advance her music and perfect the production of her songs, she has also made great strides in the art of crafting a cohesive album." Read the complete review over on Popdose!
Read the full review at The Record Dept.
Tuesday, November 20, 2012
Read on at Paste.
Listen now on Daytrotter.
Monday, November 19, 2012
Listen now on The Wild Magazine.
Read Social Studies' picks now on Filter!
Friday, November 16, 2012
Read on at This is Book's Music!
Read on at The Stranger.
Read the full article now on Sound Bites!
"So Sleeping Bag is a band that we really like. They release music on a label called Joyful Noise, which is another thing we really like. That being said, the selling point of their video for "Still Life" is Smoosh the cat." Watch it now on VICE.
Read the full review now on Rookie!
Wednesday, November 14, 2012
No Shape Can Hold Me Now LP onCrossbill Records." Listen now on YVYNYL.
Listen now on NYLON.
We were sent the premiere of Sontiago's new video for "Muscle Car," but we don't know much about her. A brief Nancy Drew around her Facebook page reveals that she lives in Portland, Maine (What's THAT like?), she spends her free time working as a teaching artist at a local non-profit writing center, has experience as a bartender, and invented Elmer's Glue." Watch it now on VICE.
Tuesday, November 13, 2012
Listen now at MTV Hive.
Read on at Diffuser.
Monday, November 12, 2012
Thursday, November 8, 2012
Keep reading for the complete interview on SF Weekly.
Wednesday, November 7, 2012
Evil Eyes dusts off some backroads indie rock that merges twang and vague sadness with droll lyricism and a chug-ready strum." Listen now on RCRD LBL.
Watch it now on Stereogum!
Tuesday, November 6, 2012
Listen now on Paste!
Califone welcome a double LP reissue ofSometimes Good Weather Follows Bad People today (Tuesday, November 6) via Jealous Butcher. Sometimes Good Weather Follows Bad People is an expanded version of a CD of the same name. That CD collected the first two Califone EPs and features two previously unreleased songs. On this reissue, the Good Weather... songs appear on vinyl for the very first time and are backed by outtakes from the final Red Red Meat recording sessions." Read on now at Brooklyn Vegan.
Monday, November 5, 2012
Modest Mouse and tUnE-yArDs, among others. Most of the album's songs were written while The Pharmacy was on tour, where its members spend most of their time. This episode ofWorld Cafe: Next features tracks from Stoned and Alone." Listen now on World Cafe!
Read the full interview now on Bowlegs Music.