“Dis-Moi Qui Tu Aimes” debuts at Wondering Sound

“The song wouldn’t sound out of place in some weird ’60s French mod B-movie, the kind where the protagonists puff Gitanes, cruise the streets on Vespas and burn the nights away in low-lit dance clubs.”

We don’t speak french, but we know what we like. The Lovers Key’s latest teaser from Here Today Gone Tomorrow features Maco Monthervil singing the language of love. “Dis-Moi Qui Tu Aimes,” a bonus addition to the deluxe LP, is the French version of album cut “Who’s the One You Love?” and it’s ready for stream over at Wondering Sound. Hear the “raucous garage-soul rave-up” below.

Cancers’ “Moral Net” premieres at Brooklyn Vegan

“Their grungy guitars are more than a little inspired by those early Sub Pop bands, but singer Ella Kaspar takes an airier approach, more akin to the dream pop bands of that era.”

Cancers are only a few months away from the September 16 release of their debut LP, Fatten The Leeches. In preparation for the album, today, Brooklyn Vegan premiered “Moral Net,” a loud, grungy barn-burner encased in a thick layer of fuzz. Head over to Brooklyn Vegan to hear “Moral Net,” and check out another track from Fatten The Leeches below.

Performer Magazine premiere Onward Chariots’ “I Know We’ll Find a Way”

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Onward Chariots’ Take Me To Somewhere doesn’t come out until Sept. 2, but the band continues to tease fans with new music. Our first taste was the hook ridden pop dream “It Doesn’t Even Matter”.

Now, in a collaboration with Performer Magazine, Onward Chariots share “I Know We’ll Find a Way.” The track is more down-tempo than “It Doesn’t Even Matter” and presents singer Ben Morss’ smooth vocals as the focal point. Hear it now!

Exclusive Amoureux EP Stream at Impose

“Horns, post-punk bass jags, gypsy strings, and Chrissie Hynde-esque vocals amount to a pop elegance somewhere in between TEEN and Roxy Music.”

Amoureux’s debut EP, Never Young As Tonight, is set for release on July 29, but you can stream it right now over at Impose. The article also contains an interview with bassist Holiday J, where she discusses the formation of the band,  the making of Never Young As Tonight, and future creative endeavors.

The Lovers Key release debut single, “Bright Eyes, Black Soul”

“Bright Eyes, Black Soul” is your first taste of Here Today Gone Tomorrow, the debut album from soul pop duo, The Lovers Key. Formed in 2012, The Lovers Key is the brain child of Christopher Moll, whose past work includes critically acclaimed act, The Postmarks. Teaming up with vocalist Maco Monthervil, the two craft music with audible comparison to dancing with the devil in the pale moonlight.

Here Today Gone Tomorrow is set for a September 23 release date. Let’s hope your bright eyes and black soul can patiently wait until then.

New Tyburn Saints video trending on Baeblemusic.

Last Friday, Brooklyn’s Tyburn Saints premiered their new video for “With the Night in Our Eyes” at Baeblemusic. Currently trending at #2, the video depicts “a hazy night in the country, where alluring women loom and the darkness of evening consumes.” Check out the premiere HERE or head over to YouTube to view it via the embed below.



Amoureux release “Lost the Plot” with PopMatters


New LA-based avant-pop duo Amoureux just released a new track from their forthcoming debut EP, Never Young As Tonight. The song premiered on PopMatters, who called it “a slice of bass-heavy, hazy pop” and went on to describe the music as romantic dream-pop but clarifying that “A remarkable distinctive for the duo, however, is that rather than getting caught up on the treble end of the sonic spectrum, as many dream-pop bands do, the duo emphasizes rhythm instruments, particularly Holiday J’s distinctive bass playing.” Stream and share it via Soundcloud below!

Challenger’s Gibson Showroom Session

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John Ross of Challenger recently visited the Gibson Brand Showroom in NYC to record a session with Feed the Arts. Click above to check out “I Want You To Love Me,” the beautiful acoustic track off this summer’s Back To Bellevue and head HERE to watch interviews and preview unreleased songs!



Cancers debut “Be Cool” with Bitch Magazine


“…perfect 90s pop rock, with cooing vocals and crunchy, greasy-haired guitars.”

“Be Cool,” the first single from Cancers’ upcoming Fatten the Leeches LP, saw a July 3rd release through non-profit, feminist organization, Bitch Media. The world premiere of “Be Cool” was featured along side other forward-thinking feminist artists such as NONONO, Betty Black, and Elephant.

Bitch Media calls Cancers smart and fun, saying, “If their new record does as well combining thoughtful lyrics and nostalgic instrumentals as ‘Be Cool’ does, count me all the way in.” Check out the full article here, and stay tuned for Fatten the Leeches, out September 16.

Cancers interview with Fearless Radio


Cancers took some time out from their busy tour schedule to visit with the folks at Fearless Radio in Chicago earlier this week. Topics include (but are not limited to) recording debut album Fatten the Leeches with their dream producer, seeking hidden treasure, super tapes, boom boxes, Canada Day, and opening a restaurant in good ol’ Athens, GA. Also get a taste of a few songs from Fatten the Leeches in advance of the Sept 16 release date. Head on over to Fearless Radio to check out the recording, or follow the direct link here: http://bit.ly/1vAKN5t