OUR CLIENTS IN THE PRESS
7/21/2017

Amy O shares a guest playlist for Treble Zine. 

“I’ve never really been tied down to a specific genre in what I listen to. Some of these artists I’ve been obsessed with since I was a kid/teenager (Joni Mitchell, Sleater Kinney, Mirah, Yo La Tengo, Heavenly, The Roches, Karl Blau, J Mascis, The Breeders, The Shirelles.) Others I discovered a deeper appreciation for within the last few years (Ray Lynch, Bill Withers, Strawberry Switchblade, The Amps, Young Marble Giants, Liz Phair, Juliana Hatfield.)“ Read & listen HERE.

Elastic is out August 4th on Winspear. 

7/21/2017

“The track’s opening moments evoke a gentle plaintiveness and nostalgia intrinsically linked to music boxes; an innocent, consonant motif chimes throughout, occasionally bolstered by a gentle beat that jun guides through the chorus.  as “sisters” reaches its natural apex, jun correspondingly pushes her vocals into the realm of distorted agitation, an aural foreshadowing of the conversation jun and her mother will have soon after.” Lushloss’ Asking / Bearing is out 7/28 on Hush Hush Records. Read & listen HERE

7/20/2017

THUMP speaks to House of Feelings’ collective-leader Matty Fasano and premieres “Falling”, which lends the vocals of Shamir. He calls it his ‘one last disco song’. “Listening to the record captures that unquantifiable feeling of just watching friends blowing off steam in a studio.” Listen & read HERE

7/20/2017

““What We Gonna Do” (off last month’s New Black Swing) brings the slow jams to this list. But in the mid-section rap, she speak-sings, “My body is a temple and access ain’t that simple / You must be a member to feel total surrender.” In so doing, Harris-White captures a sense of confidence from being vulnerable.“

7/20/2017

“New Black Swing feels mature: it’s got synths, bass, and some of the most soul-filled R&B vocals. The record is smooth — that’s the best way to describe it. There’s this sometimes jazzy, sometimes funky blend and it’s combined with lyrics that can sometimes be incredibly vulnerable. It’s intimate and playful and you need to go listen to it!” Read the interview HERE

7/20/2017

“Guantanamo Baywatch, our favorite surf punks paving their jams in the sand, have a new album Desert Center coming out August 4th on Suicide Squeeze, and it may very well be the soundtrack for all your summer BBQs. Their new single “Blame Myself,” a contagious lament that blends proto-grunge vibes with an oldies flare, reminds me of Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds drowned in a vat of mescaline slowly catching fire. Whatever that means.“

7/19/2017

“Sometimes things are at their most beautiful when they are presented simply and honestly, and that’s exactly what you get from Tomo Nakayama. He sings and he writes songs, and he would describe his music as “folk or singer-songwriter” with some “ambient/electronic elements.” His is a refreshing, straightforward outlook that is complemented by lush sounds.” Listen HERE

7/19/2017

“Elastic, which comes out on Winspear Records on August 4, lays bare Amy’s winsome voice and her wise thoughts on the meanings of pain and loss.” Read & Listen HERE

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7/18/2017

Brooklyn-based FRAME (aka Caitlin Frame) announces "State Of Mind", the NYC disco-tinged pop lead-single taken from her debut LP of the same title. The Line of Best Fit says “It swings and swoons in its own world of art pop, an utterly fascinating new voice." State of Mind is out September 29th via Concierge Records on limited vinyl and all digital platforms. Read + listen HERE