OUR CLIENTS IN THE PRESS
6/14/2019

“A slightly demented ode to love, this song is like a carnival game gone clunky, leaving you half wondering whether Josi Arias will unceremoniously dump you off before the gauzy pop tune concludes.“ Watch HERE

6/14/2019

Read HERE. Mirroring is out now on Orchid Tapes & Fear Of Missing Out Records. 

6/14/2019

Watch & read HERE. Mirroring is out now on Orchid Tapes & Fear of Missing Out Records. 

6/12/2019

“…the tripping in these nine songs comes in four-to-five-minute servings crowded with the bristling exchange and harmonized climb of Danny Arakaki and Tom Malach’s twin-lead guitars.” Read more HERE

6/12/2019

“Spare Me” takes on the ever-relatable millennial experience of being perpetually broke, and how we sometimes make exceptions to our budgeting rules that don’t quite make sense. The band’s bassist, Sonya R., says the song was “written right before spending hundreds of dollars at IKEA,” and that it’s “about being too broke to party, but not too broke to spend hundreds of dollars at IKEA.”
Listen to “Spare Me” HERE and check out Necking’s upcoming tour dates. Cut Your Teeth is set to release on July 5 via Mint Records!

6/12/2019

“There’s a lot to like on Itekoma Hits for those inclined towards punk music. The mixture of styles, both instrumental and vocal, is impressive. The wide range of vocals keeps the record lively and interesting, even if you don’t speak Japanese. And listening to the album multiple times starts to bring out the musical skill.“ More HERE

6/11/2019

“The duo’s music, largely indebted to new age, krautrock, and various strains of Asian folk, is built around immersive drones and trance-inducing repetition. These are characteristics common throughout many different devotional styles, from Hindustani classical music’s use of tamboura to the ecstatic call and response of gospel. Though synthesizer is their primary tool, there is a naturalistic feel to the pieces on Spiritual 2, which unfold slowly and deliberately. Even when the tempo is fast, as on opener “High,” which is underpinned by an incessant motorik beat, elements enter and recede at a defiantly gradual pace.” Read more HERE

6/7/2019

For this installment of the Lagniappe Sessions, the group lay their influences bare with covers from My Bloody Valentine, the Velvets, and the Kinks. Read more and listen HERE

6/7/2019

“It’s no accident that Sungaze’s second single this year opens with the sound of breaking waves. As you delve deeper into the Mazzy Star-inflected “Washed Away”, you begin to unravel a deeper story to the song. Amidst the engaging atmospherics, lead vocalist Ivory Snow sings about bearing witness to a drowning while on vacation in Florida. This song is both a moving reflection of loss and futility, as well as an attempt to process the event.” Listen to the track HERE and look for their debut LP Light in All of It coming July 19th!