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5/6/2021

The FADER premieres ‘Axacan’ the latest LP from Daniel Bachman!

Axacan is a portrait of our future painted from the tones of our past. Over the course of 10 patient, delicately moored soundscapes, folk experimentalist Daniel Bachman unearths the beauty of America’s pre-colonial landscape and the violence that changed said landscape forever.” Listen HERE! // 'Axacan’ is out May 7th on Three Lobed

5/6/2021

Bartees Strange remixes “Emergency Equipment and Exits” from Ganser’s 2020 LP ‘Just Look at That Sky’!

Ganser’s new 5-song remix EP 'Look at the Sun’ is out tomorrow, May 7th on Felte // Hear the Bartees Strange remix today:

5/5/2021

Record Crates United reviews the new album from Daniel Bachman, Axacan, out this Friday, May 7th!

“this album cannot be sampled nor broken down into individual parts. Axacan is indeed the finest proof of the enduring need for the album format. These tracks must be heard together as a single, long listening experience. These songs were painstakingly shaped to flow liquid-like into one another as cohesive whole. So it’s essential to hear it within a single sitting, otherwise the emotional gut punch of this LP could lose some of its strength.” Read more HERE!

5/5/2021

Hear “Jr. Wreck” from Fiver with the Atlantic School of Spontaneous Composition, courtesy of Petal Motel!

Schmidt’s voice is powerful and exquisite, each musician adding painterly, cinematic elements to create a blend of swirling musicianship, transcendent narratives, classical country and psychedelic depth. The album is firmly rooted with respect for the better parts of leftover traditions but adds in progressive ideals and harmonic vision. Fiver invites you to face the past and hold yourself and others accountable with their latest single, “Jr. Wreck.” Listen HERE

5/3/2021

Pitchfork reviews the fourth studio album from Satomimagae, ‘Hanazono’!

“Refining her approach, the Japanese musician shifts from singer-songwriter confessionalism to open-ended abstraction on this textured, ambient record.” Read more HERE

4/29/2021

“The first single from Charles’ new album Let’s Start A Family Tonightwas a dreamy bedroom-pop jam called “Rex Harrison.” The second, “Remember Blushing,” continues to tap into that chillwave-y vibe. Charlotte Ercoli Linden Coe sounds lost in a fog of emotion, quietly reflecting on bygone memories over massive swells of soft-focus synthesizer.”

Read & listen HERE 

Charles’ new album, Let’s Start A Family Tonight is out 05/21 on Babe City Records.

4/29/2021

“"Cents" is the opening track on the EP and lays out the Enumclaw formula immediately. The guitars are sludgey but with enough jangle to remain pretty while Johnson wails “Can you make it last?/ Can you bring it back?” It’s a song with one eye on escape and another already nostalgic for the place you’re departing. The “Cents” video, premiering below, offers up a more fantastical scenario in which the band, clad in balaclavas, carry out a heist and a similarly speedy getaway.”

Watch & listen HERE

4/27/2021

“Jimbo is, across the board, completely no-frills. The drum patterns aren’t complex, there’s only a few chords per song, and the band never deviates from verse-chorus-verse structure. It’s not particularly hard to tell that this is music made by guys who’ve only been playing their instruments for 18 months. But with the type of songs that Johnson writes, Enumclaw’s approach to instrumentation is pristinely tasteful and fitting. This is the most ‘90s Northwest aspect of the band: the notion that you can make beautiful music as a novice as long as your heart, personality, and ear all shine through.”

Read & listen HERE

4/27/2021

“The track finds the trio (guitarist and “singing person Greg Katz, bassist and “other singing person” Amanda Tannen, and drummer Mark “Echo” Edwards) up to their usual tricks, setting Katz’s wry speak-singing to chipper pop-rock, both of which belie the song’s despair. Katz reels off his usual one-liners and nonsequiturs like “Fritos isn’t free” and “Seal Team 6 is here saging everything,” insisting that “Everything is fine,” despite plentiful evidence to the contrary in the form of an ever-rising dumpster fire—a disaster that won’t stop snowballing.”

Read & listen HERE