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Mixtape Monday: Your Crooked Smile

Mixtape Monday: Your Crooked Smile

  UV-TV – dissolve Peeling – Rattlesnake Adult Mom – Tenderness Beachglass – Lay Low David Nance – Negative Boogie Crown Larks – React Stuyedeyed – Funeral Lance Bangs – Football  
Mixtape Monday: Tracks In Your Town

Mixtape Monday: Tracks In Your Town

  Dryspell – Accounting Jejune Stars – Circles Alex Rose – Grandmothers Kingdom of Suicide Lovers – Cosmic Seeds XETAS – The Future Trés Oui – Dead Ringer Jana Horn – Optimism Modern Studies – Do What You Want  
Mixtape Monday: A Dedication

Mixtape Monday: A Dedication

  Home – Intro Sea Oleena – Untitled Julian Klincewicz – La Dolce Vita Washed Out – Phone Call Holy Wave – Sueñ os Gold Panda – You SALES – Mondays Deep Cuts – Take Me Back COOltube – Be My Girl (Come With Me) TEEKS – Dead on T.V. Archy Marshall – Bleak Blake...
Mixtape Monday: Tracks In Your Town

Mixtape Monday: Tracks In Your Town

  Talkies – Never Fear Night Drive – Rise and Fall Carrie Fussell – Lock It Down Hunter Jones – Definitely Claire Morales – One Night Misimplicity – Do U Know Tearful Moon – Rain of Sorrow Topo Chica – Leopold  
Mixtape Monday: Part Two

Mixtape Monday: Part Two

Archivero x ANON In this second Mixtape Monday installment, the devil is in the details. Inspired by the mind and the curious. The missing half to the previous can improve your day.     Tracklist – – – – – – – Alive She Died / “She’s Lost Control” MF DOOM + Clams Casino / “Bookfiend”...
Mixtape Monday: Part One

Mixtape Monday: Part One

Archivero x ANON In this first installment of Archivero x ANON, sit back and imagine yourself in a dim lit room. Your fortune is about to be read and things in your life may not be what they seem. Think back. Are you ready for what’s in store for your future?       Tracklist...
Reviews: Singles We're Spinning

Reviews: Singles We’re Spinning

Kane Strang – “Things Are Never Simple”   Kane Strang’s debut album, Blue Cheese, was recorded in solitude in Strang’s hometown of Dunedin, New Zealand while house-sitting for his parents. His second track off his upcoming album, “Things Are Never Simple”, is poppy and animated, complete with bouncy guitar riffs and snapping drum beats. The...
Persistence Pays: The Rich Hands

Persistence Pays: The Rich Hands

  Finally moving out of the shadows of Black Lips and The Bad Lovers, stepping off in their own definitive direction, The Rich Hands are all grown up and killin’ it better than ever.   There is always a timidness when you play something from a band you have been geeking over for so long...
Reviews: Singles We're Spinning

Reviews: Singles We’re Spinning

Lazy Legs – “Ghost”   Based out of Chicago, Lazy Legs lo-fi reverb-filled noise brings their listener back to the early days of My Bloody Valentine and early 90’s shoegaze. Included on their upcoming self-titled EP off cassette tape label and blog Wild Patterns, the band’s single for “Ghost” haunts you with barely-there instrumentals and...
Holy Wave: The Evil Has Landed Part II

Holy Wave: The Evil Has Landed Part II

  In a world of faux social connection bands rise as giants out of hype to show no substance once fully in the light. In a world with no tolerance for giants, where longevity and ego are despicable to nearly all, bands get discarded before coming close to catching stride as soon as the crowd...
Sneak Peak: Small Black's "Boys Life"

Sneak Peak: Small Black’s “Boys Life”

  Brooklyn-based band Small Black will release their new album, Best Blues, on October 16th. A ten track album revolving around the concept of memories and loss, Best Blues is “an attempt to re-examine the past, but also one to let it go.” Amidst the many items lost and discovered by singer Josh Hayden Kolenik...
Sneak Preview: Matthew Anderson's Lunar Tide

Sneak Preview: Matthew Anderson’s Lunar Tide

  Ohio-born, Brooklyn-based songwriter and composer Matthew Anderson has been immersed in creating music for as far back as he can remember. Defining music as a sense of “discovery”, Anderson succeeds in interweaving aspects of contemporary classical, rock, pop, folk, and jazz music into a work that’s both new and profound. His new solo record,...

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