Sunglow, another project from Daniel Brady Lynch (Bummerville), just dropped a brand new experimental concept album put out by the folks at Furious Hooves. Ghettoblaster Magazine has the full stream of the record, which is a trippy exploration of electronic sounds, showing another side of Lynch's musical talent. You can also pre-order the album on cassette over at the Furious Hooves Bandcamp page. Take a listen!
Washington, DC band, Tired All The Time, have just shared a brand new post-punk/doom pop track and video for your office chair entertainment. The kind of track that allows you to ponder your own insignificance while also rabidly head-bobbing, "Bone Dry" is two minutes of anthemic guitar rock. Go check out the video below or over at New Noise Magazine. Be sure you go pre-order your cassette/digital copy of the band's upcoming EP, Be Well, which is out August 17 via Flag Day Recordings!
Portland duo Small Million are announcing today the October 12 release of their Young Fools EP. To give you a taste of what's to come, Billboard have shared a new song and lyric video for the lead single. "LONE" is a song about voluntary solitude and the difference between loneliness and being alone. Check out where it premiered at Billboard or below.
Variance Magazine and music discovery company The Wild Honey Pie have teamed up to release two beautifully shot and recorded Buzzsession videos with British singer-songwriter Nick Mulvey. Check out the videos where they premiered at Variance HERE and dig into some previously released session at The Wild Honey Pie HERE.
Teddy Glass is your new favorite Austin band. Comprised of local darlings Josh Halpern (Marmalakes), and Peter Shults (Hello Wheels), the duo are making fuzzed out dowop and soft psych that will fill your speakers with nighttime in summer vibes. Today, they've premiered their first single from their upcoming debut full-length, Nights and Weekends, over at American Songwriter. The track is the first song off their new album and it's a "a trippy slice of soul-pop" for your listening ears. Check it out below or over at American Songwriter.