OUR CLIENTS IN THE PRESS
2/4/2016

The Seattle-based duo states “The apathy and general malaise we witness on the reg from kids our age and even experience ourselves can be so maddening that we decided to write a song about it…” Check it out and get excited about their upcoming debut LP HERE

2/4/2016

Their debut full-length, Talk To Me So I Can Fall Asleep, comes out on February 26th! Check out this mellow, swirly track HERE

2/3/2016

“Their illuminating debut, Pacific Surf Line, conveys a style that bears testimony to the album title, a series of sun-drenched, softly shimmering Southern California rock tunes that pay due reverence to both the Beach Boys and Neil Young in nearly equal measure.” - Lee Zimmerman, Elmore Mag. Read the full review HERE

2/3/2016

“We knew the songs were beautiful and we knew we had to release them as an album,” says Adan Jodorowsky” Adan & Xavi Y Los Imanes will be out March 4th on Everloving Records. Check out the track HERE

2/3/2016

“We chatted with Khayyam about the brand, making licensed tees in America and her top five songs in a Midnight Rider playlist, which are, ahem, so good.”- Brittany Joyce, PASTE. Learn about Midnight Rider and Mitra’s other endeavors HERE

2/2/2016

Robin Hilton and Bob Boilen’s amazing mix includes Adan & Xavi Y Los Imanes “Along the Way” - Their self-titled record is due out March 4th on Everloving Records! Check out the entire mix HERE

2/2/2016

Michael Nau’s new LP “Mowing” is listed among great company! “though it comes six years after the last full-length Cotton Jones release, fans will be delighted to find that it features a similar brand of mellow, psychedelic Americana.” - Read more HERE

2/2/2016

As its name betrays, the record is the pair’s first utilizing a manual analog production style, as well as incorporating guitar. (It’s also their first release since 1999’s droning Low Impact.)

The ocean-inspired tracks pair creeping chords with a wandering digitized murmurs, creating a vast, meditative instrumental landscape. Spigel says of the album’s renewed concept: “There was no guitar ever on early Immersion — it was all synth. That was how we started, but I had a strong feeling this time that we couldn’t just repeat the same Immersion that we did a long time ago.“ Read the full article HERE.