Frankie Simone reimagines "The Christmas Song"

Portland’s queer queen of pop Frankie Simone has a treat for us on the heels of the release of her debut EP, LOVE//WARRIOR, in the form of her take on the classic holiday tune “The Christmas Song”. Premiering at Vortex Music Magazine, the remake shows Frankie putting her feminist twist on the quintessential song. Check it out below, and if you’re in Portland, don’t miss her at the Holigay Spectacular at Mississippi Studios on December 15. Tickets and more info HERE.

The Earthly Frames share new video at Substream

Gabriel Walsh’s current project The Earthly Frames are set to release a new album January 11 and Substream has the premiere today of the first song/video, “A Doorbell for Finite Beings”. The song uses the theory of Maxwell’s Demon to tell a story about a couple being forced apart. The song and the video are both an exercise in controlled chaos, which Substream says, “is definitely the drawing point.” Check it out below!

Sis share new single "Nightie" at BTRtoday

San Francisco experimental pop band Sis have debuted a new single today as they gear up to kick off their East coast tour this Saturday, November 24 in New York City. Full list of dates can be found HERE. BTRtoday was kind enough to premiere the song, and you can read their write up HERE. Keep an eye out for more from Sis as they are readying a new LP for 2019!

Okey Dokey share video for "When They Get Older"

Nashville’s Okey Dokey just dropped a premiere of a new video for the track, “When They Get Older” featuring help from Rayland Baxter and Nick Bockrath (Cage The Elephant). Billboard has the premiere of the rose-colored glasses video and talked with Aaron and Johny, who make up the duo about collaborating with other fellow Nashville musicians and on their upcoming album, Tell All Your Friend, which will be out on March 29th of 2019.

Brooklyn Vegan premieres 3ingle before tomorrow's release

Jason Lytle of Grandaddy, Kyle Field of Little Wings, and Kramies have teamed up for a three song lo-fi split that will see international release tomorrow, November 16. In the meantime, Brooklyn Vegan have shared the stream via Bandcamp, which you can check out HERE. The lathe-cut vinyl have already sold out, but you can order the album digitally HERE.