“On her debut LP, State of Mind, she uses emotive, polyrhythmic music to detail the dissolution of an 8-year relationship with her wife. The album touches on the many facets of the experence—polyamory, jealousy, new love—and “manages to do it in a way that feels, suitably, beautiful and revealing, as well as, occasionally, crushingly sad,“ says Gold Flake Paint. It’s out on Concierge Records.” - stream HERE! State of Mind is out this Friday. 


Watch “2 Cool 2 Care” HERE!  “The track is a simple, but arresting piece of lo-fi atmospherics, Anna’s warm, laid back vocals, accompanied by a Frankie Cosmos-like guitar line and the simplest of ticking drum beats, an example of the whole far outweighing it’s parts.”


Waveland is the new album by Andrew Morgan (a.k.a. one half of experimental rock duo Chinese Girls and Ettiem) under his Country Florist moniker, out on October 20 via Drawing Room Records. Listen to the rhythmic track HERE


In The Garden, In The Night is Strawberry Runners’ official debut, but the project has been around in some form since 2013, and all five songs on the EP unfold with the unhurried pace of the supremely confident, blooming from intimate, spare folk to homespun indie-pop grandeur full of horns and harmonies.” Out 10/21 on Salinas Records!


“Guantanamo Baywatch are currently gearing up to tour the States in support of Desert Center, which is bound to provide live audiences with a wicked good time. See their tour dates here, and watch the boisterous video for “Mesa” HERE!


“Her new song, “2 Cool 2 Care,” plays with 1960s girl-group tropes, including sweet backing vocals, reverb-soaked guitars, and a lyrical nod to the oft-covered “Crimson and Clover,” but the sunniness at its surface belies something thornier.“ Listen HERE!


Brooklyn-based, art-pop project Operator Music Band share new single ‘Realistic Saturation’ & announces their Coördination EP on Stereogum! Out 12/1 on New Professor Music. 

“…a song that unwinds and reveals itself to you the more you listen to it.” LISTEN HERE


“Describing themselves as “bubblegum pop” and “not punk at all,“ comic book-loving Toronto trio Tough Age take inspiration from artists that make dynamic sounds from minimal setups. On their sophomore LP, Shame, the band channel their love of Flying Nun-styled indie-pop and smart, straightforward lyricism.“ Listen HERE! Shame is out Oct. 20th!


“Beneath the steady guitar strums and catchy harmonies are Burch’s sobering lyrics about the habitual self-sabotage attached to wanting someone who doesn’t want you back. It’s a feeling that, as much as it stings to admit it, is addicting.“ Watch HERE!