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Sunglow, aka Daniel B. Lynch, is an experimental electronic artist currently taking residence in Savannah, GA where he's been flooding the streets, parks and bars with his easily danceable, experimental electronic / weirdo-pop sounds. We're proud to welcome him to the family with his new album Nothing Doing. Out 6/10 digitally and on Furhoof: Sixth Man cassette shortly after, limited to 200 hand-stamped & numbered. Pre-Order from our webstore.
Happy release day to Bedroom. His sophomore album Grow came out today and if you pre-ordered the LP on limited edition vinyl or cassette, you should be getting them in the coming days! If you haven't ordered either of those yet, you can do so here: music.furioushooves.com
Bedroom continues their tour through the southeast, headed to Orlando, Tampa and Nashville next. See those dates here.
Thanks for all your support and stay rad!
Bedroom sat down with Interview Magazine to discuss the life of Bedroom and the meanings behind the 2nd single "Nothing Lasts" they premiered and named "Track of the Week." We also announced that you can now pre-order Bedroom's new record Grow on limited edition white vinyl and/or cassette; all hand-stamped & numbered.
The second EP from Virginia lo-fi / basementgazer Tired Moth expands upon what makes his sound so great: the mystery, the darkness, the Lynch-like atmosphere... it's all here and in full steam. The Brain Doesn't Rust brings the eerie moods up a couple notches.
Tired Moth writes/records the majority of his music in the basement/attic of his 1950s post-war home. If it's not done there then it's during his night shift at a nearby roadside hotel.
Listen / purchase here: Tired Moth 'The Brain Doesn't Rust'
"We All Need Something" the first single, featuring Jade Lawhon, from the upcoming Bedroom record Grow, out May 20th on Vinyl & Cassette via Furhoof: Sixth Man. Check out the video premiere, album art, and track listing over at A Music Blog Yea? Video directed/shot/edited by Roberto Colombo.