OUR CLIENTS IN THE PRESS
9/12/2019

FLOOD calls “Flash” “an aggressive post-punk number as conscious of Wire as its video is of Olivia Newton-John.” More HERE

9/11/2019

“Pedro Bonifrate is right when he says there’s really no such thing as “Brazilian music.” The country is vast, and every region has its own unique sound—from the drifting, curtains-in-the-breeze samba of Rio de Janeiro to the pounding drums of Recife. “It may seem strange to you but it’s exactly like saying ‘North American music,’” he explains. “It wouldn’t make much sense, since there’s not that much in common between Dixieland, Laurie Spiegel, Slayer, or Hank Williams. We could say the same about Heitor Villa-Lobos, Jocy de Oliveira, Sepultura, or Os Mutantes.” More HERE

9/11/2019

“Where Plastic Cough felt like an often wild and erratic reflection of modernity, Four of Arrows offers something altogether weightier, reflecting upon themes of fall-out and forgiveness, of the mental health struggles that smother so many of us. The result is their boldest work yet, thick slabs of guitars conjuring up an atmosphere that sits as a moody backdrop for Alex Menne’s heady, enthralling lead vocal, which has never sounded more guttural; close to the very edge of breaking.“ Listen to the single HERE

9/11/2019

“He’s set to release new solo head trip, Preserves, on November 8 via Beyond Beyond is Beyond. The album, almost literally, sounds like twisting your radio knob though the FM dial if all stations were dedicated to various styles of psych. Spectral folk, spacerock, weird synth, motorik jams, dub, you name it.” Listen HERE

9/6/2019

“Like San Fran ‘70s rock revivalists Howlin’ Rain or Brooklyn oil wizards Endless Boogie, One Eleven Heavy aren’t trying to break new ground with their southern fried licks and bottle clinkin’ good-time vibes. Is it all a bit ironic or postmodern, tongue-in-cheek or nostalgic? Ah, who cares? 'Cause it sure is fun.” More HERE

9/5/2019

“Nearly nine minutes long, the opening amble starts off as a fairly gentle space-folk ditty before the bass really kicks in and the band start to shake their booties as if momentarily possessed by the spirit of George Clinton’s All-Star P-Funk Magik Mothership Bootzilla Big Band…Wet Tuna keep it fresh like Tupperware, as Inspectah Deck might put it.” Read the full album review HERE

9/5/2019

“Delicious, video-game goodness from Anamanaguchi that will also make you emotional.“ Listen HERE!

9/5/2019

“Cleaver, one of the leaders of Wussy, sings about joy, pain, sorrow and regret on Send Aid. The resulting album stands with the best of anything Cleaver has ever done.” Read the full review HERE!

9/5/2019

“The underrated musician Sean Henry has two longer releases to his name so far — 2015’s demo tape It’s All About Me and his debut album, Fink, from last year — and this fall he’ll release another one, an album called A Jump From The High Dive. The conception of the album coincided with a move from New York back to his home state of Connecticut, and that adolescent inspiration is apparent on its first single “Rain, Rain.” Listen HERE!