OUR CLIENTS IN THE PRESS
10/27/2020

“Harnessing the allure of the occult and the power of self-help, the Los Angeles garage rockers break free from their roots and ascend to the realm of spiritual psych-jazz rockestra.“ Check out the review HERE

10/27/2020

“In an interview with Kreative Kontrol, Castle described the recording process for this album, a solitary exercise featuring just a few appearances from long-time collaborator Jeff McMurrich, as being somewhat improvised. Instead of complete thoughts, she favored the feeling of uncertainty. When she takes a long pause between her words, as she does throughout the slow-motion highlight “Moonbeam or Ray,” she lets you linger in that space with her. The goal is to present her songs like fireflies in a jar: glowing, alive, and waiting to be released back into the night.“ More HERE

10/27/2020

“Little snaps, sounds, and melodies that tease but never resolve give the track a sinister, yet welcome edge, while hints of dub-infused guitar upstrokes pepper the final third of the track before dissipating into the ether. It’s one of the Public Memory’s finest moments to date, and yet one of ten equally stellar tracks that comprise the album.“ Listen and read more HERE

10/26/2020

“With the lauded record Things I Never Said in contention for best album of the year — Oceanator signs to Polyvinyl and presents a Week in Pop curation, courtesy of Elise Okusami. Things I Never Said stands as a bright spot of commiseration, kindred companionship and an electrified force of nature in the face of an absurd, caustic and aberrated era.” Check it out HERE!

10/26/2020

LA punks The Paranoyds are back for the spooky season. Following 2019’s Carnage Bargain, Pet Cemetery is their forthcoming EP, from which FLOOD is premiering the creepy title track that’s as immersive as a haunted house. More HERE!

10/23/2020

“Of course the band is already at work on a follow up, working things out in a post-COVID world and wondering how and when live music will return. But before that, we caught up with founding members Danny Arakaki and Tom Malach to discuss the band’s songwriting process, learning how to feel at home in the studio, and progressive rock.“ Read more HERE

10/20/2020

Originally released in 2007, the new deluxe edition of The Coathangers features remastered tracks and bonus songs from early 7" releases, along with new artwork by Deerhunter’s Bradford Cox. Listen to the remastered version of “Wife Eyes” HERE

10/20/2020

Elise Okusami’s debut LP ‘Things I Never Said’ is out now digitally, and will be reissued on vinyl Jan. 15th 2021 via Polyvinyl! Watch her new video HERE

10/12/2020

“On Soundkeeper, their fourth and most ambitious album, the duo expands the boundaries of their sound while still holding back as much as they can.” Full review HERE