Ryan Graveface's long-standing solo project, Dreamend, has just released the first new bit of material since 2012. "Falling" is the first single from an untitled LP Graveface will be releasing on his own label April 6. Tiny Mix Tapes has the premiere, and they note that "much of his and his label’s catalogs could be called funnily, if not downright cutely, morbid." Listen below and preorder the album via Bandcamp.
Philly band The Fleeting Ends have shared a video for the lead single off new album I Know You Lie Coz So Do I today via PopMatters, who say, "the tune riffs off common themes of uncertainty in young adulthood with an astounding level of swagger and flair." The album is out today; stream it on Spotify HERE.
Portland's most sparkly nu-disco band Gold Casio have just released the first single from their upcoming Sinners EP. KEXP premiered the track, citing its "vibrant synthesizers, bouyant rhythms, and melodies that beg to be chanted along with." The EP will be out April 20 via Freakout Records. In the meantime, stream "Love vs Logic" below!
It's that time again! We're teaming up for the 5th year in a row (!) with Graveface Records to bring you a FREE show during SXSW featuring 10 of our favorite artists and set at the lovely Kitty Cohen's, complete with shaded poolside patio, craft cocktails and local beer, free veggie dogs and more! Stream a playlist of the bands below and RSVP HERE. See you in a month!
Feverbones, comprised of Abram Shook, Matthew Shepard, and Christopher Cox, have released a single from their upcoming LP, Dream Talk, over at The Big Takeover. "It's Hard To Look Away" is the opening number off their debut LP from Austin Town Hall Records and is a melodic batch of indie rock with glistening guitar hooks and soft group vocals that make for a pleasant three minutes. Check out the new song below and then go pre-order the record on vinyl/digital on Bandcamp. Dream Talk will be out April 13.