OUR CLIENTS IN THE PRESS
12/14/2019

“The band, comprising Goodwin, Menne, Cam LaFlam on drums, Dylan Hanwright on guitar, and Carrie Goodwin (currently on touring hiatus as she finishes school) on bass, worked hard on Four of Arrows, often building out songs with multiple distinct parts and melodic structures. The foursome spent the majority of a recent interview after their show in Brooklyn dissecting the intricacies of that process: explaining how fragments of verses and bridges from various voice memos ended up getting rejiggered and combined into the 11 songs that make up the album.“ Read HERE

12/13/2019

“Here, the meandering wonk-folk vocal melodies and post-Grateful Dead string work for which Valentine is known find their foil in unexpected instrumental touches including nods to funk, disco, R&B, space rock, jazz fusion, and smooth synthcore. It’s all done in a tasteful way, mind, that avoids jarring the listener out of their trancelike mental state.“ More HERE

12/13/2019

“This shaggy New York City band was arguably more thrilling on stage than on record this year, playing a series of largely improvised guitar freakouts at the NYC club Nublu that were recorded and distributed by sites like the great nyctaper.com. But on their own, these two albums of melodic and vibe-heavy psych-rock portrayed a young band in the process of a rapid evolution, moving from the Pavement-style jams of Natural Facts to the expansive and exploratory 32-minute title track of One Step Behind.“ More HERE

12/13/2019

“…the follow up to 2017’s Lá Vem a Morte is a step ahead in their vision of psychedelia, and it’s also a success in mixing and post-production. The foursome injected the 60s and 70s-inspired rock songs on the album with exhilarating sound manipulation in order to revolt the apparent traditional structure of their pop-laden compositions and giving them a noisy, abstract edge without feeling capricious or dense.“ Read more HERE

12/13/2019

“Vivid details of childhood bicycles sit next to decades’ worth of self-flagellation and regret, in songs bound together by some of the year’s hookiest, stormiest, most satisfying riffs. It’s a feat to reignite an old flame after 15 years; it’s another thing altogether to make it burn brighter than ever.“ More HERE!

12/13/2019

“With its exploratory spirit and crackling kinetic energy, “Digger” sums up the central themes of Great Grandpa’s album Four of Arrows – seeking options in the face of inevitability, staring down fate and forging forward, believing that respite can be a kind of resolution – but more than that, it’s the sound of a band coming into its own, choosing to explore new terrain in spite of uncertainty.” Listen HERE

12/6/2019

“This is Elkhorn finding the thread at the center of the universe and spooling it out into ribbons of psychedelia, spiritual jazz, meditative float, and Kosmiche.” The Storm Sessions arrives February 7th on Beyond Beyond is Beyond. Listen HERE

11/27/2019

“Sumi spoke to AdHoc over email about life in Busan, being an indie rock musician in South Korea, and drawing inspiration from the sea. Catch Say Sue Me at Baby’s All Right on December 6.” Full read HERE

11/27/2019

“A Korean duo from the Berlin school, Tengger explore a wide expanse of cosmic synth waves throughout the 51-minute duration of Spiritual 2.” Check out the list HERE