“I’ve always wanted to do music and write, and I think in order to do that I had to leave,” Brosseau says, speaking from his parent’s home in Grand Forks, where his mother answered the phone. “Over the course of me leaving and growing up a little bit more, I figured what I like to write about most is North Dakota and the prairie scene.” Read the full interview HERE
“Directed by Matt Odom, the video for “Perfume” features the band - Meredith Franco, Julia Kugel and Stephanie Luke - with their eyes obscured with blindfolds, shimmering gauze and Daft Punk looking masks. No doubt it’s a metaphor for something but we are too caught up in the buzzy song to try and work it out.” Watch below and read more HERE
Nashville-based “Acid-fried Southern rock that’s refreshingly modern.” Check it out HERE and order via their website!
“Brosseau’s latest album completes a trilogy inspired by memory, and although he’s now based in Los Angeles, these songs focus on his native state. There’s beauty in the details, whether they’re grass clippings on the sidewalk or an old ball field scoreboard. “No one is out,” Brosseau notes.” - Steven Wine, AP - Read more HERE
“His latest release, North Dakota Impressions, completes the trilogy started with Grass Punks and Perfect Abandon, and continues his partnership with Sean Watkins as producer. It’s an interesting and introspective song cycle, in typical Brosseau fashion.” - Read the full interview and listen to the album HERE
Nocturnal Habits is the new band from Unwound’s Justin Trosper - “For the first time since Unwound’s breakup, former bandmate Sara Lund (his “secret weapon”) joins, along with Dale Crover (Melvins), Sherry Fraser and Scott Seckington (Two Ton Boa).” Their debut LP, New Skin For Old Children, comes out Oct. 28th on Glacial Place! More HERE
Brooklyn Vegan has the new video from Chris Staples plus a Q&A about the video, his new LP and his past experience with former band Twothirtyeight! Watch below and read more HERE