FADER premieres new Dear Nora song for Transference LP

Portland label Marmoset has been slowly releasing songs from their December 1 Transference LP over the past several weeks, and today we have the contribution from Dear Nora, which premiered yesterday at FADER. "True to form, it's a little bit sweet and a little bit heartbreaking," they said of the 100 year old song. Listen below and preorder the album here

Neosho share new single from Borderline LP

Austin, TX duo Neosho have announced the November 10 release of their new album, Borderline. Treble premiered the first single today, saying, "The eclectic electronic indie pop track showcases the band’s innovative approach and elaborate sound, incorporating buzzing synthesizers, psychedelic pop songwriting, a healthy dose of saxophone and an unusual sort of otherworldliness that’s not far off from the likes of Yeasayer or Animal Collective, but given a deep, synth-heavy pulse."

Yo No Say stream Inner EP ahead of Friday's release

Baltimore's No Yo Say have a new EP due out this Friday, October 13 which is streaming early all week at All Things Go! "Blending contemporary R&B atmosphere with the riffs of classic alternative rock, the band are recreating the once-great genre of ‘Pop-Rock’ and running with it," say's ATG's Justin Bieggar. Stream it HERE

Pistoleros premiere new track on Surviving The Golden Age

Pistoleros have a new single from the upcoming release of their album Silver, and Surviving The Golden Age has the premiere. "NYC Queen" is about as hard rock as it gets, with driving guitars and a catchy chorus to boot. This new release will see the group celebrating their 25th anniversary as a band, and this track sees them balancing influences of yesteryear with modern twists. Check it out below or over on Surviving The Golden Age. 

Becca Richardson premieres new LP on Brightest Young Things

Becca Richardson will be officially releasing her new album, We Are Gathered Here, tomorrow, October 6, but the folks over at Brightest Young Things have the premiere of the stream. It's been a tough week, tough month, tough year, what have you, which can sometimes make it hard to feel legitimate excitement about art, but perhaps we should join Richardson as she navigates "[her] joy and excitement about sharing art with you all and hoping that in creating these spaces to gather and share, we can heal together and fix this world while we’re here.” Check out the album below or on Brightest Young Things.