OUR CLIENTS IN THE PRESS
4/19/2018

“Loathe to waste a moment, they take on urban decay, young adulthood (and the desperate, drunk nights that come with it), and the feelings surrounding a fallen band member. It’s somehow a carefree, blast of a ride, fit for the spring and coming summer.“ Read the full review HERE

4/19/2018

The Getting Better Record Store Day EP will be in stores this Saturday, April 21st as a special limited edition record on solid yellow vinyl. It’s an EP of covers: fellow Ohio artists Jenny Mae, The Afghan Whigs, and The Seedy Seeds, and, the title track from The Beatles” Lisa Walker states: “We’re not great at playing things the right way, so each song is filtered through the Wussy sieve where a song gets distilled to its simplest form and thrown into a wall of noise – our formula for pretty much everything.“
What Heaven Is Like is out May 18th via Damnably in Europe, and Shake It! in the US.

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4/18/2018

“The band’s mix of catchy indie pop and vibrant surf gives them instant, familiar appeal that works over a variety of spectrums—think a combination of Alvvays’ twinkling hooks, La Luz’s wet atmospherics, and Pavement’s spiraling coils of noise. (We like to call it indie surf.)“ Read and Listen HERE!

4/17/2018

Read & listen HERE! Anemone’s Baby Only You & I EP is out April 27 on Luminelle Recordings.

4/16/2018

The Line of Best Fit calls Ocean Hope’s new single “Devotion” - “lush neon pop”. Read more HERE. Their debut album Rolling Days is out May 25 on Hush Hush Records. 

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4/13/2018

“a blast of the latest music news headlines along with the perfect song you need to start your day. Friday’s #MorningBop is “Tongue” by MNEK because it’s imperative that manifest your destiny verbally.“ Includes “Wildest Eyes” by Meerna, and Say Sue Me’s debut LP! Check it out HERE

4/13/2018

“Boba tea, skateboarding, and anime influenced the teenage songwriter’s latest offering“ Read about his influences and check out the single HERE!

4/13/2018

“Sumi’s lyrics imbue bummed out times with light-hearted humor; combined with guitarist and songwriter Kim Byunggyu’s sunny-sad dream-pop melodies, the effect is magnetic.“ Read about them HERE and look for Where We Were Together, out today on Damnably Records!