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5/29/2020

Featured Songs: “Baby’s First Words” and “Something I’ll Have To Remember” Check it out HERE! Hit To Hit is out 5/29 via Double Double Whammy

5/29/2020

“One of our favorite albums of 2020 so far” - Listen HERE

5/29/2020

Ezra’s sharing a gem that’s more in line with his latter day work – the haunting minimalism of Jon Gibson. Head HERE to see how this one came into his life and the impact its left there.

5/28/2020

Jenny Logan’s fourth LP is “a mesmerizing and haunting mix of goth, synth-wave and post punk that find an artist coming to terms with old ghosts and discovering universal bliss while it’s there for the taking.” Read the interview HERE

5/28/2020

Damien Echols (best known as the figurehead of the West Memphis 3)’ story and his teachings play a big part in Death Valley Girls’ new single, a bluesy, heavy cover of Seventies rock group Atomic Roosters’ “Breakthrough.” Read more about the cover song and interview HERE!

5/27/2020

“Survival means something very specific to Cassia Hardy. Her 2017 self-titled debut album as Wares chronicled her life as an artist and outsider in Alberta (aka Canada’s Texas, with all the oil money and conservative politicking that goes with it) and her conflicted relationship with her home city of Edmonton, ultimately concluding that its supportive music community makes it “a nice place, but I don’t want to die here.” Wares’ second album, however, homes in on a very specific part of that experience: her transition into a woman, and all the locker-room bullying, judgemental doctors’ visits, and self-doubt she endured along the way.” Out now on Mint Records! Read HERE

5/26/2020

Edquist writes about the internal conflict that drove the making of the album. “In the writing and recording of How Much Works I was having a discussion with myself about the conflict between trying to uncover and predict the natural order to my own life, how I should be, reading my future in my history — my fate in a word — versus that very human drive to overcome what we think of as our nature, to throw it all off, face the void, feel the angst, and push towards the unknown.” Listen HERE

5/26/2020

“Peter Gill comes from a corner of the Philadelphia music scene that makes songs that are yearning and sincere and a little twee. For his first full-band album, he recruited members that have played with Remember Sports, Friendship, and Free Cake For Every Creature — all bands that know something about catchy and endearing songwriting.” Check it out HERE

5/22/2020

Ten Thousand Years is an album about all things Rae, from where she grew up (Iowa City) and where she moved (Santa Cruz, before relocating to Charleston, South Carolina a year ago), to her family and past and present loves, and growing up queer in the Midwest. Read about her recording process, the story behind the songs and more HERE