OUR CLIENTS IN THE PRESS
10/18/2018

“…in addition to playing synth for Charli XCX’s touring band, she’s unleashing her “dirtypop” solo project as Ceci G. Her sound is informed by glitch pop and her Paraguayan and Mexican roots. These influences shine through the Latin beat and futuristic flair of Ceci G’s first single, “Mala Fruta.” Gomez co-produced the song with Nate Donmoyer, known for his work with Passion Pit and Kelela.“ Listen HERE!

10/17/2018

Following the release of The Whole Thing Is Just There, John of Young Jesus joined TGE for an interview - Read the full convo HERE

10/17/2018

“Across the nine tunes on Plainly Mistaken, he doubles his banjo with piano and percussion, puts it in front of an assertive, all-acoustic rhythm section and uses it to accompany songs drawn from English free improvisation and the dawns of bluegrass and popular electronic music.“ More HERE

10/12/2018

Check out Barrie’s takeover on Gorilla vs. Bear, HERE. Their Singles EP is out now via Winspear. 

10/10/2018

“This fall didi will release their second album, Like Memory Foam, on Damnably, the British label whose roster includes fellow Ohio underground staples Wussy. Watch the video for the opening track “Haru” HERE!

10/10/2018

Read their conversation about one of the lead singles “Elk River Blues” and more HERE  - Plainly Mistaken is out now on Paradise of Bachelors!

10/10/2018

The Whole Thing Is Just There, is premiering now before its release via Saddle Creek on October 12th. “It is, on the surface, an incredibly ambitious indie rock record, six songs that sprawl out over 50 minutes, oscillating between affirmations (“It’s not enough to hate the world we live within”) and wry, quasi-spiritual, quarter-life angst (“I have begun seeing with my third eye / I have begun investments with my dad”).” Check it out HERE!

10/10/2018

“Mixing a deep knowledge of regional folk traditions with a delight in modern composition, the banjo player and his exploratory new trio are delightfully suspended between earth and outer space.” Read their full review HERE