Timothy Eerie shares new single and video at Ghost Cult Magazine

Ghost Cult Magazine has the premiere of a new hazy psych romp from Austin’s Timothy Eerie. The track, “Transformation of Things” is a swirling sprawling trip that begins calmly, as all fever dreams do, with labored percussion and reverb drenched vocals. As it marches on, with distorted electric guitar interspersed, the song slowly spirals into a fuzzy noise rocker and is mirrored with the wild animation of the video. Ghost Cult calls it “a must listen for fans of the buttery-toned psych rock’n’roll.” Peep it below or over on Ghost Cult Magazine.

Memory Keepers stream Faint Ink 7" at The 405

Austin, TX duo Memory Keepers are streaming their new EP today at The 405 in advance of Friday’s release. They’ll be celebrating with a release show at Swan Dive Friday night and will make a couple SXSW appearances, including our 5th B-Day Bash on Friday, March 15 at Kitty Cohen’s! As The 405 suggests, “Turn up the amps and bask in the noise!”

Okey Dokey team up again with Liz Cooper for a Valentine's Day treat

Okey Dokey team up again with fellow psych-soul artist and friend, Liz Cooper, for a special Valentine's Day duet for the lovers that’s making it’s debut as Paste Magazine’s Daily Dose! Liz's voice melds perfectly with Okey Dokey's pysch soul sound, as she sings the role of someone interested in taking up a moment, while Aaron sings about wanting to hold on to a spark for longer than just a night. Filled with a few chemistry puns, and two people wanting different things but failing to communicate, the track touches the different sides of catching feels in 2019. The two explain their parts further: 

"We got together and really tried to create something that felt like what actual chemistry might be like. My parts feel dark and distant, Liz’s Feel soft and engaging and they meshed really well. We’re all lovers, so we wrote about being a little hopeless." 
- Aaron Martin

“I wanted 'Modern Chemistry' to feel like a millennial romance song. it seems like people aren’t interested in true burning love anymore and are much more into an empty one night stand (pun intended).” 
-Liz Cooper

Shouldies share first video from March 8 LP for Graveface Records

Graveface Records have launched a brand new sub-imprint of the label, NeverNotGoth, and will be releasing the first record, a new full-length from Atlanta based synth punk trio Shouldies on March 8. The band have shared a video for “bed” from the album at Pure Grain Audio which you can scope below. Preorder is available via the Graceface Records Bandcamp.

Earthquake Lights share new single from Distress Signals LP

Brooklyn quintet Earthquake Lights have shared a new single from their upcoming full-length, due out April 12. The inspired song debuted at Atwood Magazine, who say, “‘May Day’ is a slow, brooding jazz track full of chilling vulnerability.” Check it out below and keep an eye out for more from Earthquake Lights soon!