In anticipation of new Sunglow music, we are so excited to share a brand new music video for "Dogs in Nylon" with you. The song is off Sunglow's 3rd full-length 'Great Time of Day' and the music video is a weird, bouncy... trip courtesy of New Trash.
Read more here and watch the video now!
Grab the phenomenal limited cassette edition from our Bandcamp.
I've been a fan of Air Waves since I first heard "Knockout" soundtracking some floating Spacemen. They now have a new album coming out in April on Western Vinyl, but did you know that Blake Luley of Rainwater co-wrote the music for the new record with Nicole Schneit? Listen to the first track "Morro Bay" which just so happens to be the first song they worked on for the record, over on the good ol' Stereogum musical goodness blog.
Boy oh boy do we have a treat for you today, and no it's not for #NationalCroissantDay... It's an amazing and intimate live video from the great Baxter Roy Long!
In the video, Baxter performs 3 songs in a Portland, OR living room accompanied by the incredible Rachael Perisho (of Heavy Boots, mumbledust, and others).
Find all their music, digitally or on cassette tape, on our Bandcamp.
Today is a fun day for us to share the news that Daniel B. Lynch (aka Sunglow, aka Dawn Lipschitz of The Lipschitz, and many other fantastic bands) is releasing his debut album as Bummerville with our dear dear friends GRAVEFACE RECORDS!
We are incredibly thrilled to announce that we will be releasing the debut album from Drew Fitchette this November!
Drew Fitchette is a guitar player based in the Pacific Northwest. As a founding member of Rooftops and Detlef he has always focused on melodic composition bridging complexity with accessibility. Now Fitchette is composing music for solo guitar, drawing inspiration from primitive guitar, classical composition, and math rock. Fitchette has always been fascinated by familiarity and intrigue when it comes to music, and hopes to push his composition to the margins of both.
None, Too Many is a collection of songs composed over the last year informed by various personal and public events. Recorded over two days in Anacortes Washington with help from friends, the hope was to capture a sense of place, time, and those involved.
Various Small Flames describes the first single "Bill" as "much like the forests of the Pacific Northwest themselves, so old and familiar that they conjure a certain nostalgia even in outsiders, yet still possessing some persistent sense of mystery and intrigue, as though within their ancient midst might lie abounding newness."
"The whole thing is wonderfully immersive, however, taking on the form of the rolling train it takes it name from, recalling moments of quiet introspection, face pressed to glass, shapes and landscapes appearing and disappearing, the quietly piercing melancholy of travel and all that it brings." - Tom Johnson, GoldFlakePaint.
Horse Culture have gathered together many a ritual to release their debut full-length House on Furious Hooves this May. The proto-minimal goth rock act founded in Blacksburg, VA in 2015, comprised of Timothy Jacob Hawks, Nika McKagen, and Walter Porter. Through reiterated chords, musical phrases, and warmth in tonality, Horse Culture strives for an emotional resonance in this slow trudge toward death. Luckily for us, they lead an agnostic prayer for our collective suffering.
"House seems able to conjure its own atmospheric patterns, unseen forces called forth from homebrew hexes, leaving the listener dazed and amazed, like a torn page that’s been swirled around and left strewn on the ground." – Liam Doyle, Various Small Flames
You can join the ritual with Horse Culture's debut House on limited edition "smoky haze" Cassette Tape and digital download.