OUR CLIENTS IN THE PRESS
5/21/2018

Tunng announced a new album, Songs You Make At Night, which is due out August 24 via Full Time Hobby. It’s the first album with the original lineup (including founding members Sam Genders and Mike Lindsay) since 2007’s Good Arrows.” Hear the first single HERE

5/21/2018

The EP “…reminds us where Wussy comes from and can return whenever the mood strikes them, and also how deep their musical sagacity goes. A”
The LP “The guitars tend to be more immersive than the echoing arena-rock of Attica! and Forever Sounds, proving that Yo La Tengo isn’t the only great band addressing politics too painful to ignore by getting weirder. A Minus” Read more HERE

5/21/2018

“Now a trio (Jones left the band in 2013), the Coathangers have released five full-length albums and recorded an EP (a live album is on the way, too). Their sound has evolved to include influences from classic rock, country, and even (according to their band bio) “golden oldies pop.” And on that recent West Coast tour, the group headlined a female-dominant, seven-band bill curated by Southern California’s iconic garage-rock label Burger Records.” Listen to Squeeki Tiki and read More HERE

5/18/2018

“The latest single from Lubelski’s otherworldly new album Flickers at the Station. Released just last week on Drawing Room Records, the album is a wonderfully strange brew of hypnotic sonic whirls, of which the “Circles Bend” is a dreamy highlight. Watch HERE!

5/18/2018

“Known for their sense of humor, joyful spirit and screaming riff rock, Partner opened their Tiny Desk not with their guitars plugged in, but with kazoos and a goofy little piano piece they dubbed the “Tiny Desk Theme.” Dressed like she was in an ugly sweater contest, Caron bounced along behind the keys with a beaming smile while the group (including drummer Brendan Allison, Kevin Brasier on keys and Daniel Legere on guitar) sang, “It’s the best Tiny Desk!” Watch HERE

5/18/2018

“Blessed with a Lizzy Walker–directed video, the cursed cut comes to life as grainy ’70s horror footage depicting witchcraft, seances, a bleeding telephone, and a cameo by the professionally uncomfortable Matt Ingebretson.“ Watch HERE!

5/18/2018


There’s always been something out of time about Wussy. Their take on rock and roll harkens back to classic garage, pop, and psychedelic reference points of the past yet they consistently surprise. Read the full review HERE

5/17/2018

“What works best about Garcia Peoples is that they feel unrestrained by the walls of the studio on their debut and that shines through on “Show Your Troubles Out,” a track deeply indebted to the groove and stretching out for the highline haze with each starburst jut of guitar that slaloms through the cut.“ Check it out HERE

5/16/2018

Read & listen HERE. Ocean Hope’s debut LP, Rolling Days is out May 25 on Hush Hush Records.