OUR CLIENTS IN THE PRESS
2/22/2018

“The trippy release features plenty of psychedelic nods to the 1970s, that specific indie piano jamming of the Ben Folds era, and hazy vocals that pull you in.“ Read the full interview HERE

2/19/2018

“The album title is taken from a book about alien life forms giving to Ferm by his sister and covers areas of vast contemplation throwing the bucket into deep imaginative wells and bringing up some strong emotive feelings.” Read the great review HERE

2/19/2018

“Cheromiah’s songwriting ability has always been held in high regard, even since the early demos that they shared on Bandcamp, and once again they are fervent with growth, presenting a sharp and exacerbated lead track that’s as succinct as they have produced. “Those Last Words” breathes a sullen air, but it’s a romantic and naive atmosphere, Cheromiah drenched in an overwhelming vulnerability as they wind vocals as tightly as they can submit.” Check it out HERE

2/14/2018

“Their new album Which Witch, an EP with six fresh, short cuts to keep you pressing that repeat button, is dropping April 21st on Mint Records, and it’s a doozy. Watch their video for first single “Crooked & Crazy,” complete with lyrics in bright bubbly letters, and sing along. It’s the perfect way to get your day going.“ Watch HERE

2/13/2018

“It’s good and it’s bad, but it hasn’t changed much,” says DeCicca. “You still have the dance halls. There are a lot of trees, a lot of rocks. Driving 30 miles in Ohio used to be an event. Here it’s going to have a beer. There’s a different sense of time and space.” Read the full interview and listen to “Time the Teacher”

2/13/2018

From their forthcoming sophomore record, Where We Were Together. “Old Town” navigates the restlessness of wanting to leave home while also acknowledging the parts that maybe aren’t so bad. - Listen HERE

2/13/2018

“Burch isn’t an especially emotive singers, but her plaintive, affectless vocals have a wholesome sincerity, whether she’s swooning through “Tea Soaked Letter,” a sparkling ’60s bop swirled through with a hook as sweet as vanilla ice cream, or relating tales of buying drugs over the downbeat indie rock of “Asking 4 A Friend.” Listen HERE

2/9/2018

“The double-LP set puts together Sleepyhead’s two Homestead albums (Starduster from 1994 and 1996’s Communist Love Songs) along with a gorgeous booklet of photos taken by the band’s bassist Michael Galinsky. And hopefully folks will be drawn in by the trio’s evolution from a raggedly perfect noise pop group into something more delicate and almost twee. The track they’re sharing with the world today falls into that latter category, led as it is by a sweet organ melody and the even-sweeter harmonies of drummer Rachael McNally and guitarist Chris O’Rourke.” Listen HERE

2/9/2018

“On “Old Town,” resonant guitar riffs and a spirited drumline echo the swell of Choi’s voice. “There’re so many people like it used to be,” she sings forlornly, “But I feel nothing inside.” Because its vibrant and catchy instrumentation does so much work, “Old Town” suggests less the ache of being alone in a city than it does the tingly feeling that accompanies a life-changing milestone. Choi ended up sticking around Busan and forming Say Sue Me with some new friends; “Old Town” proves that it’s fortunate she stayed.“ Check it out HERE!