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9/19/2014

He nestles these woes inside bright, rolling, ’60s-inspired jangle-pop (the Daily Texanshorthanded it as a mix between Roy Orbison and Pavement) for a song so bright and radiant you’d never guess there was trouble brewing in its verses.”

Listen now on Wondering Sound! 

9/19/2014

Alex Napping’s This Is Not A Bedroom is out September 23rd, 2014 on Punctum Records. In the mean time Alex Napping has released Weak Kneesan incandescent single that exemplifies the group’s pop grooves and clever lyrics.”

Listen now on KUTX! 

9/19/2014

Listening to Tremendous Hem by Kind Cousin, the solo project of songwriter Allison Bohl DeHart, seems like the proper thing to do as fall approaches. Like the season, this debut album (released this week by MA’AM Records) has a certain chill, but there’s something comforting and cozy about it, too.”

Head on over to Rookie Mag to listen. 

9/19/2014

Further displayed an acuity for the violence of American shoegaze, speedy pop-jangle chords bisected with a diagonal slash of off-key destruction every other measure.”

Read on at Dusted

9/18/2014

In our darkest hours, time seems to slow to an excruciating crawl. The mind races, desperate to find something to hold onto, while our whole sense of time, space, or even reality becomes warped. It’s an unsettling but familiar feeling captured beautifully in a new video for the Chris Staples song “Hold Onto Something.”“

Watch it now on NPR! 

9/18/2014

"In the new track, The Paperhead does what they do best — capture the mind-altering psychedelic sounds of the 70′s to be reformatted for a modern day output."

Read the rest over at BREAK ON A CLOUD.

9/18/2014

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Well, as you probably know, Seattle is a music town, but the musical roots go back further than the grunge era that most people associate with the area. Quincy Jones grew up around here. Jimi Hendrix was born in Seattle. Nowadays it’s fanned out in all directions. It’s hard to have a pulse on what’s going on here because it’s quite vast.”

Get the full tour of Seattle on CMJ!

9/18/2014

Chinese Fountain is filled with a quirky, confident post-punk influenced charm. Over the years the band has shed some of their rougher edges, yet the five piece still manage to hold on to their retro and diverse musical touchstones.”

Listen now over on The Key!