OUR CLIENTS IN THE PRESS
4/17/2019

Returning again to Beyond Beyond is Beyond Records, the band have released the first cut from upcoming full-length Grow Towards The Light // “The track finds the band locked into sonic struggle with the eternal vortex – guitars lashing at the wind one minute, melting in thick candle wax runs the next. Fiddle slices through in a nimble dance with the percussive roil and atop the whole churning froth, Georgia Carbone incants a vocal spell with words that seem utterly not of this earth. This is the band’s first turn without original vocalist Lau Nau, and Carbone steps ably up to the task at hand, giving the song a mystical push towards oblivion.” Listen HERE

4/17/2019

“There’s a very real sensation that Maren Celest is channeling something here. True, she is in control; she is a highly adept writer, performer and editor. However, the natural force – the visceral energy that is contained here, gives the impression of something larger seeking a voice. There’s no feeling that Celest has ever had writers block, or struggled with craft. Instead, she channels the swell to direct what’s occurring in her. It is from those raging tides of emotion and intuition that she makes art.” Read the full review HERE and Pre-Order the LP/Book HERE - Out April 19th (digitally available April 26th)

4/17/2019

“The slow and moody tune showcases the powerful vocals of Sophie Brochu and also the skill possessed by her band at crafting shoegaze-y, pop-tinged rock music. With instrumentation that is at once subtle and rich, the song swells and builds into dramatic vocal moments with Sophie soaring over feedback-laced guitar and dramatic drumming.“ Listen HERE // Fauvely’s new EP This is What the Living Do is out May 17th on Diversion Records! 

4/12/2019

“ Unlike most indie bands, Garcia Peoples don’t simply run through the same rehearsed set every night. On stage, Garcia Peoples draws on the philosophy of the man who is referenced in their band name, stretching out their riff-y, psychedelic rock songs with long, improvised jams in the style of Jerry Garcia and the Grateful Dead.” Read more HERE

4/12/2019

Later this year, Sternberg is releasing a new full-length, Then I Try Some More, and today is sharing its lead single, “This Is Not Who I Want To Be.” The track is simple but affecting — Sternberg confronts oblivion with only a piano in tow, attempting to get the better of addiction by sheer force of will. “This is not who I want to be/ I am slowly killing me,” Sternberg sings, their voice lifting up in repose. It’s soft and plaintive, a declaration made with conviction. Listen HERE

4/12/2019

“Accorinrin calls it “a second woman’s song,” elaborating: “‘Hikage no onna’ means woman in the shadows. It can be metaphor for a mistress, an ‘illegitimate’ woman, or a woman without a bubbly, outgoing personality. The message of this song is lamenting the oppression of being a woman in the shadows, and about getting out from this suffering.” She stars in director Haruka Mitani’s video, shot on 8mm, which runs with those themes.” Watch HERE

4/12/2019

“Where their already-released single “Sombra ou Dúvida” was anchored by muscular and atmospheric riffs, their new preview of the forthcoming LP “Invenção” finds its strength in its welcome eccentricities. The song practically bounces over confrontationally bursts of white noise.“ Watch HERE

4/12/2019

“Kikagaku Moyo no sólo es un ejemplo perfecto de saber aterrizar ideas y múltiples posibilidades, sino también el resultado de encaminar un esfuerzo y preservar su esencia inicial para encontrar un público que ha dejado de ser de nicho, y que, por el contrario, cada vez se va expandiendo más a nivel internacional.“ More HERE!