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8/10/2018

Taking clear inspiration from the ’90s, the track is a shape-shifting cut that mixes languid, scratchy guitars with something altogether more anthemic and intense. From their ‘Just Joking Around’/’B-Lover’ split, out on 24th August! Listen HERE

8/10/2018

“After clobbering you over the head with its ballsy riff-rock title track, ‘Destroy The Sun’ settles down into the more typically gleaming, hazy style The Purrs do so well. There’s an assured musicality to what they do — they are good at it — that balances guitar heroics and strong songwriting, great harmonies and lots of swagger.“ Read more HERE

8/10/2018

“House Show Late December” is an arresting eight-minute opus that finds its footing somewhere between the cadence of slam poetry and a stream-of-consciousness narrative. (In other words, Thomas goes full Kozelek here.) Like a lot of his songs, this one dwells in the misery of the last few years while shining a light on it, offering some clarity in dark times. Listen HERE

8/9/2018

““Hello Kitty Knife” starts the record with a high-tempo frantically distorted- yet-polished anthem. Immediately, there’s a distinguishable difference between the structure and overall production of the songs in comparison to PKP’s back catalog. This has the project straying from its more solitary roots, and it becomes a collaborative effort with the addition of Mean Jeans’ drummer Andrew Bassett and Sophie Negrini on guitar. Their contributions, along with bassist Gina, really fill out the record.“ More HERE

8/9/2018

The Morning Star, out now on Three Lobed Recordings, “is a masterstroke from the artist, retaining everything he stands for and supplanting it with field recordings and radio sermons he has amassed over the years, placed in such a way to make it abundantly clear which side of American politics he stands.”

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8/8/2018

From Songs You Make at Night, the project’s first release with co-founders Sam Gender and Mike Lindsay in over a decade! “While the English outfit has released out five albums since its inception, it’s been half a decade since its last full-length — and a full one since it featured Lindsay’s fellow co-founder, Sam Genders. The pair reconvened in 2016 for the side-project Throws, but now they’re back together with Tunng’s original lineup for the first time in 11 years — which makes this the perfect time to rediscover the band.” Listen HERE

8/8/2018

Garcia Peoples clearly have a healthy appreciation of ‘60s and '70s jam band foundations, but take risks with their approach and inject enough of their own spirit into the songs to make them more their own.“ Read more HERE

8/7/2018

Read & watch HERE. “Baseboards” is taken from Hoop’s debut album, Super Genuine, which was released in May 2017 on Decency Den Records. 

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8/6/2018

Read & listen HERE. Moon 2 is out September 7 on Western Vinyl.