OUR CLIENTS IN THE PRESS
5/22/2019

15 days shy of a year since their last full-length, immensely talented Vancouver band Dumb are back with Club Nites, an album-length meditation on how depressing nightlife actually is. “Content Jungle” is the second single from the LP, a reliably loosey-goosey three minutes and change about the anxiety of having too much to keep up with. Listen HERE!

5/20/2019

Their hypnotic instrumentals fuse disco, dub, prog, and electronics into rhythms reminiscent of Kraut greats Can. As performers, they’re known to jam for as long as the venues let them—a freeform spirit captured well on their latest album, Sauropoda, which they recorded live during a two-day session in the Alps. Listen HERE

5/17/2019

“On their latest album Sombrou Dùvida, they transition from the oft-playful homage and stage-ready jams of previous releases to a serious attempt at tight, kaleidoscopic grooves, and the results are akin to a pleasant, cerebral trip—a little more potent than the edibles sold from wagons in Dolores Park, but nothing quite Leary-caliber.“ Read more HERE

5/17/2019

“Opening with a looping, elusive instrumental, Fauvely’s EP starts as it means to go on, sending the listener way off the trail of the more traditional songs that follow. It’s an EP where light and dark have equal significance, for one light moment – the plush choruses on the title-track – another dark moment awaits in the shadows…” Listen and read more HERE

5/15/2019

“It’s about the ends and beginnings,” Arias told The FADER. “How something as powerful as a star can also be fragile and disappear instantly, not existing anymore. How painful the end would be, and at the same time how beautiful, because it’s a new beginning.” Watch the “Las estrellas se quiebran” video HERE / Her new album El Hechizo de la Luna comes out June 21st!

5/15/2019

It’s an album largely about watching the world around you decay, and lead single “Anything” taps into that wavelength with laments about a failed relationship. Send Aid comes out 7/19 on Shake It Records. Listen HERE

5/15/2019

“Lead single “Stroboscopic Light” has a sense of chaos in the tumbling layers of sound, but threaded throughout is a hopefulness winding its way between the cacophony. It’s an appropriate mix of madness and optimism, as Nelson says the track tackles our “oversaturated post-modern age of narcissistic extremism and hyper-normalization.” Read and listen HERE

5/13/2019

“The stunning new record is the latest solo effort by Kivel, and the mellow offering conjures up a sunny morning in Laurel Canyon in the 1970s at some points, but also slight detours into Eno-esque minimalism at others.” Listen HERE / last night in america is out now!

5/13/2019

“Remember the few times in the ‘90s when you actually had the patience to complete a full game of Solitaire on the family computer, and you were rewarded with a mess of cards? This video for “No Travel” ramps that experience up to the nth degree.“ Watch HERE