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Member's of Wall/Beverly Release New Track "Fate/Glory"

Member’s of Wall/Beverly Release New Track “Fate/Glory”

Photo by Colin Sussingham & Josie Keefe   Too often do newly formed supergroups lose sight of their aspirations and ambitions, yet New York based quartet Public Practice reign in their individual strengths with their upcoming debut EP, Distance is a Mirror. Including members from post-punk act WALL and dream-pop band Beverly, singer Sam York,...
Mixtape Monday: Beautiful Misinterpretations

Mixtape Monday: Beautiful Misinterpretations

  Sextile – Paradox Peel Dream Magazine – Pill Love Jerks – Apocalyptic Make-out Single Lash – Come True Silent Forum – How I Faked the Moon Landing Twin Studies – Still Life Many Voices Speak – I Saw You Pearl & the Oysters – Vitamin D  
Mixtape Monday: Bending Towards Bliss

Mixtape Monday: Bending Towards Bliss

  Them Are Us Too – Grey Water Fyrrh – Orange Cream Fanclub – Leaves Dentist – Corked Versing – Silver Dollar Pllush – Big Train Indigo de Souza – How I Get Myself Killed Wetter – Truth Song  
Mixtape Monday: Exquisite Tension

Mixtape Monday: Exquisite Tension

  Dream Rimmy – Like Me Born Twins – A Few Hours After This Devan Mulvaney – Into the Woods Blue Streak – Dog Juanita Stein – Forgiver Magic Wands – Realms Peach Kelli Pop – Hello Kitty Knife Wussy – Runaway  
Mixtape Monday: Burn Your Doubt

Mixtape Monday: Burn Your Doubt

  Lake Ruth – One of Your Own For Esmé – Doubtmouth Lawn – 2000 Boy The Altered Hours – Open Wide 2069 – Time Diary – Fuchsia Gray The Mites – Asphalt Ocean Remember Sports – Up From Below  
ANON Premiere: The Sour Notes Cover The Ronettes' "When I Saw You"

ANON Premiere: The Sour Notes Cover The Ronettes’ “When I Saw You”

Website || Facebook || Instagram || Twitter   Known for their contagious indie pop and rock sensibilities, Austin’s very own The Sour Notes are paying tribute to songs they hold near and dear to their heart. Their premiere for the next single off their covers’ album, This Is Not Our Music, is a stunning rendition...
Mixtape Monday: All Remains Clear

Mixtape Monday: All Remains Clear

  The Royal They – Sludgefucker QWAM – Dirty Feet Elan Noon – Blue Fringe Class – Parakeet Candace – Grays Tango With Lions – What You’ve Become Soft Wounds – Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow (The Shirelles cover) Moderate Rebels – God Sent Us     Want to be featured in an upcoming...
Mixtape Monday: Tracks In Your Town

Mixtape Monday: Tracks In Your Town

  Ali Wagner – Going Down Midnight Opera – Hounds at Sunset Très Oui – Séance Fishboy – Researching Writer Kyoto Lo-Fi – Godot Chief Perch – Jupiter Ellis Redon – Dreamers Michael Parallax – Get Destroyed  
Mixtape Monday: I Didn't Mean to Make You Blush

Mixtape Monday: I Didn’t Mean to Make You Blush

  Bethlehem Steel – Finger It Out Death of Lovers – Ursula in B Major Jen Cloher – Famously Monogamous Lull – Sea Change Count Vaseline – Bodies Bee Bee Sea – Sonic Boomerang Gingerlys – Turtledoves Eyes Behind the Veil – Everlasting Threshold  
Mixtape Monday: Wings Take Flight

Mixtape Monday: Wings Take Flight

  Holy Golden – Golden Reverie Peaer – I.H.S.Y.A. Kalli Ma – High Shot Lindstrøm (featuring Jenny Hval) – Bungl Dead Leaf Echo – Sunlessoul Sharon Van Etten – I Wish I Knew Neaux – Sorry I Said It Dan Michaelson – Old Kisses  
Mixtape Monday: Escaping to the Woods

Mixtape Monday: Escaping to the Woods

  Protomartyr – Don’t Go to Anacita The Courtneys – Minnesota Dentist – Meet You There (in Delaware) Dan Rico – Flesh and Bone Native Sun – Sister Dull Tools – Wild, Wild, Wild Horses SPC ECO – Waking Up Again Losange – Atone  
Mixtape Monday: Tracks In Your Town

Mixtape Monday: Tracks In Your Town

  Champagne Coast – Yesterday Cowboy Diplomacy – No Alibi Hours Quiet – Consciousness Glia – Yearner Street Themes – Clear Trip Plax – Mold Glass Cannon – Dafia Midnight Strangers – Broken Dreams  
Mixtape Monday: Humanity's Soft Eyes

Mixtape Monday: Humanity’s Soft Eyes

  Pastel Felt – Take It Out On Me L.A. Witch – Untitled Midnight Sister – Daddy Long Legs Julie Odell – People Cheering Duds – Elastic Feel Peyote Coyote – Satellite The Mad Doctors – Yuengling Malmsteen Citrus Clouds – Make a Life
Mixtape Monday: Summer Rain

Mixtape Monday: Summer Rain

  The Savage Blush – Heartbreak Hunter Ice Balloons – The Wasp Magnetix – Living in a Box A. Savage – Winter in the South Magenta Placenta – Moon Dial Dame – Charm School El Silver Cabs – Figurine Count Vaseline – Cascade  
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

Holy Wave: The Evil Has Landed Part 2 In a world of faux social connection bands rise out of hype to show no substance once fully in the light. In this moment of no tolerance for giants, where longevity and ego are despicable to nearly all, bands get discarded before coming close to catching stride...
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,...
The Aurian Haller Band's House of Words Is Poetry and Music Perfectly Aligned

The Aurian Haller Band’s House of Words Is Poetry and Music Perfectly Aligned

  The Aurian Haller Band successfully sprawls across the genre-scape; from indie-folk to country-twang to experimental jazz, this quartet ignites aural sparks in their new album released earlier this month, House of Words. The band merges together poetic songwriting with instrumental coordination into a well crafted package, displaying their folk melodies which ring reminiscent of...
Wand's "Golem" Album Review

Wand’s “Golem” Album Review

  Wand is pretty cool. Their name is kind of light and confusing until you hear their music and the image of a heavy metal space wizard popped into my head and it all made sense. They remind me a lot of Meatbodies, which is good, but slower and heavier. Psychedelic rock seems like it’s...
Death's N.E.W. Review

Death’s N.E.W. Review

  If you haven’t already heard of Death YOU HAVE TO CHECK THEM OUT.  These guys are living music dinosaurs that made one of the best punk albums I’ve ever heard like 40 years ago that went undiscovered until 2008.  You can almost imagine these three black guys rising from the music graveyard of forgotten...
The Great Game Review: An Aural Experimentation Debut

The Great Game Review: An Aural Experimentation Debut

  With The Great Game’s members spanning from around the globe, the seven piece band successfully interweaves an array of musical genres that can best be described as “new world music”; taking timeless aspects of various musical styles and bringing them together to create something new and cohesive. The Great Game draws influences from bands...
CrumbSnatchers Takeover!

CrumbSnatchers Takeover!

  Good morning Anon Magazine readers. CrumbSnatchers would like to invite you to breakfast with them. Feast your musical appetite on this tasty new track they have released just now! Ladies and Gentlemen: Reckless Breakfast. https://soundcloud.com/crumbsnatchers/reckless-breakfast  
Indie Radar: Said The Whale

Indie Radar: Said The Whale

Like every responsible person 21 and up, I spent my St. Patty’s day getting way too drunk and slurring my words, but the main difference is that I watched the Vancouver-based, Juno-Award winning band, Said the Whale, play a private show in my friend’s (Lincoln) backyard.  Way to boost your indie cred, Lincoln; props bro,...

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