While there are some literal aspects to this visual representation, i love them all. Go ahead and count the cameos while you watch guitars get blown to smithereens.
My 2nd favorite track from Sam Cohen's "Cool It" LP with a crafty creative visual sequence from Lucy Munger with the sub text "Whimsy and a razor blade". Listen to the whole album here on Spotify
Check out the single from Justine Brown's new side project Easy Love, The whole album is great, get your cassette here at Burger Records or buy the digital version via Bandcamp. Justine played all the instruments and provided all the vocals. The result was an LP of 9 tracks recorded and engineered by Eric Penna throughout 2016. Most of the songs were recorded in her bedroom with guitars strewn across the bed, a vintage microphone set up next to her dresser, and an amp in the closet... read more at Bandcamp
Warm your cold February hands by the Summer of 2016 fire with a trip around Allston, MA. The guys from Beeef hit all the local landmarks and all the right notes with their new single "Dogshit Paradise".
Directed by: Andrew Gibson
The new LP titled "Pure Comedy" is scheduled to be released on April 7th on Sub Pop Records. The companion short film below serves as one of the longest album teasers I've ever seen, but worth a watch if you've got 25 mins to spare.
Perfect track to start a slow gray day, be on the lookout for her debut LP out Feb 10, 2017 on Woodsist Records.
Check out this acoustic version of “Orange Color Queen” from back in August 2015 at KEXP’s Pickathon. Keep an eye out for the new Ty Segall LP from Drag City due out in late January and get a sneak peak of the full band version of the track from NPR's All Songs Considered
Check the live sound on these cats, off Daptone’s rock imprint Wick Records, The Mystery Lights in well-heeled form with their track “What Happens When You Turn The Devil Down?”
No Cops is from Night Beats third studio album "Who Sold My Generation" out January 29th, 2016 via Heavenly Recordings / [PIAS] Recordings