Bummerville is the Chicago-based rock project of prolific musician Daniel Brady Lynch (Sunglow, Cray Bags, Greta O and the Toxic Shock, etc) who will be releasing a new album on Graveface Records 1/26/18. The first single dropped today on Glide, who said the song brought to mind "punchy, lo-fi grooving rock of peers like Parquet Courts." Listen below and preorder the record HERE.
The Transference LP compilation is out today! Featuring ten songs from the public domain recreated by ten artists from various genres, the album blows the proverbial dust off of classic songs and brings them back to life in a new light. It's available through Marmoset's Bandcamp.
Ural Thomas and the Pain contributed their rendition of "Hot Time in the Old Town" and below you can check out a behind the scenes video of the band in the studio laying down the track.
Entering its eighth year as one of the Southeast's best music festivals, Savannah Stopover is announcing the first wave of bands for their 2018 lineup. Regional favorites of Monreal are set to headline with additional performances by Wild Child, Public Access TV, and Larkin Poe, and many more! Brooklyn Vegan had the exclusive announcement this morning, and they note, "what makes Savannah Stopover so great is how on the ball they are when it comes to booking rising acts." Get tickets HERE and stream a playlist of the first 40 bands below!
Philly dance rock band MINKA released their Born in the Viper Room EP earlier this year, but they're keeping the fun coming with a new video for "Gravity," which premiered today at Substream Magazine. They say, "The video has just the right amount of character to it that it compliments the nature of the track– creating an experience that nobody should have to miss out on."
The beautiful Transference compilation LP from Marmoset is streaming in full at KEXP before it's release this Friday! Don't sleep on this gem of reimagined songs from the public domain, with contributions from artists such as Dear Nora, The Helio Sequence, Patternist, and Ural Thomas & the Pain. Check out the stream HERE and preorder the album HERE.
The Cabin Fever are on their way to releasing their upcoming Exercise The Demon EP and today they've shared the premiere of another track from that release over at Treble. The LA outfit have outdone themselves on "Trucrime," creating a slow burning beast that the folks over at Treble call a "perfectly brooding fall track." Check it out below or head over to Treble to read more about the song, which follows in the footsteps of Truman Capote's In Cold Blood.
The Exercise The Demon EP will be out February 2nd--preorder your copy here.