Neosho premiere new video and stream of 'Borderline'

Neosho are having a big day, as they've just premiered a full stream of their new LP Borderline and shared a new video for the track, "Time Traveler." Vents Magazine has the premiere of the LP two days before the official release this Friday, and they share a little bit more about the origin of the band in that piece. "Time Traveler," is a track taken from the middle of the album, and Earbuddy has the first look of the video. Take a peek at that video below and then head on over to Vents Magazine to stream Borderline in its entirety. 

Blurt Magazine premieres stream of the new Pistoleros LP

Pistoleros are on the verge of releasing their new LP, Silver, this Friday on Fervor Records, but the folks over at Blurt have the full album streaming a few days early for your listening pleasure. This release marks the 25th anniversary of the band's origin, and features the signature "Tempe Sound" that the group pioneered. Plenty of hard rock, face melting guitars, and driving drum beats await you, so head over to Blurt Magazine and take a listen. 

Silver will be out this Friday, November 3 on Fervor Records. Pre-order your copy here

New Noise Magazine premieres spooky new track from The Cabin Fever

Just in time for your Halloween festivities, New Noise Magazine have premiered the first new single from The Cabin Fever's Exercise The Demon EP. The title track from this EP is a building shoegaze number not so much about dispelling demons, but giving them their proper care and keeping--perfect for the Holiday at hand. Be sure to head over to New Noise Magazine to check it out, and keep your ears to the ground for more haunting shoegaze from The Cabin Fever. 

The Exercise The Demon EP will be out February 2 of 2018--preorder your copy here

Stereogum shares "Where the Morning Glories Grow"

The love for Marmoset's Transference LP keeps rolling in! The FADER dropped a premiere for Dear Nora's cover of the 100 year old standard "Where the Morning Glories Grow" on Monday, and Stereogum hopped on to share the song yesterday, saying "Dear Nora’s version is rolling and plaintive and powerfully pretty, much like the landscapes the song itself describes." The 10 song album is out December 1.