In advance of the November 18 release of their new LP Shin, Jewish psychedelic band Solilians have released "Rev's Gold," a tribute to the great Martin Rev of Suicide, via Jewcy.com. Stream the track below and if you're in NYC, don't miss their LP release show at Pete's Candy Shop with Landing and Dead Leaf Echo on November 19.
This morning, Impose premiered Spelling Reform's new single, "Expiration Date" as a part of their AM Gold feature. The track is a solid blend of bold power pop and indie rock, with distinct vocals that make singing along a requirement while listening. As Impose puts it, their sound "is Neil Young and Wilco inspired, but with a little genre bleeding twinge to it all." You'll want to make sure you stick around till the end of the song, when there's a bit of a building instrumental solo to round out the track nicely.
Spelling Reform will be releasing No One's Ever Changed on November 18th.
Brooklyn's No Nets will be releasing their latest album, Bright Light, this Friday, October 21st, but for now they've premiered the full stream of the album over at PureVolume. According to Pure Volume, the sound on this new record "scampers across indie rock, alternative rock and heavy elements of punk" and "it's clear that No Nets have found a voice and sound that accurately catches up their immense talent." Go take a listen to Bright Light and see what all the fuss is about.