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Snail Mail - "Habit" | Album Review

Snail Mail - "Habit" | Album Review

Lindsey Jordan has a way of remaining mellow through the entire album of ups and downs, steady through her self-reflections. Her dreamy voice lingering through each line, the over-arcing feel of the record is best described as sleepy and yearning, her voice delicately crushing your heart at every corner.

Yankee Bluff - "Yanked" | Album Review

Yankee Bluff - "Yanked" | Album Review

While Yanked may tap out around the 20-minute mark, the six songs offer no shortage of sonic variety. One of Yankee Bluff’s preeminent strengths is the contrast between Helmis and Dionne’s songwriting styles. Where Helmis leans toward sunny, anthemic arrangements of distorted open chords, Dionne doubles down on melancholic, off-kilter picking riffs 

Calgrove - "Flak Bait" | Post-Trash Exclusive Premiere

Calgrove - "Flak Bait" | Post-Trash Exclusive Premiere

The quintet, led by the songwriting duo of Taylor Batton and Jack Stansbury (ex-Princess Reason), create warm Americana and "slacker" pop with an effortless feel. Everything is natural. Everything is easy-going. Their songs feel like lost memories, experiences you've lived over and over, and yet, it all seems new. 

Elf Power - "Twitching In Time" | Album Review

Elf Power - "Twitching In Time" | Album Review

Fans of Elf Power are going to find plenty to enjoy as a band should sound fairly confident in themselves after releasing twelve records previously. For a band whose sound was never defined by the Elephant 6’s unabashed love of all things ‘60s, they sound here like they’ve never aged, frozen in time but not defined by it. 

SALES Talks DIY Publicity, Touring, Ethos, and More | Feature Interview

SALES Talks DIY Publicity, Touring, Ethos, and More | Feature Interview

Over the past four years, thanks to a sparkling debut EP and subsequent full-length, the duo has become a genuine cult sensation entirely without the help of a record label; only recently, with the release of new single “Talk a Lot,” did Morgan and Shih add a publicist to their minimal, close-knit team, which otherwise only includes a booking agent and a publisher. 

Cherry - "Forever Overhead" | Post-Trash Exclusive Premiere

Cherry - "Forever Overhead" | Post-Trash Exclusive Premiere

Philadelphia's Cherry hit the sweet spot where power-pop and slacker fuzz-punk meet, blending together enormous guitar tones with even bigger melodies. Similar to the hometown DIY bands before them, the quintet create weary pop tunes with layers of hazy guitars, fuzzed out solos, and inescapable hooks of pure gold.

In Conversation with Francie Cool & Leor Miller + "Hailey" & "Lazy" Track Premieres

In Conversation with Francie Cool & Leor Miller + "Hailey" & "Lazy" Track Premieres

With their split coming out on September 29th via Invertebrate Music, the pair got together to ask each other some questions, so we can all get to know them as they get to know each other. It's learning at it's finest.

Washer - "All Aboard" | Album Review

Washer - "All Aboard" | Album Review

All Aboard is the follow up to the stunning Here Comes Washer and truly a journey in itself. It begins with “Forget Everything,” which has a dreamy opening but then soon becomes distinctively Washer as Quigley’s vocals kick in, feel effortless, and seems to fit perfectly with the actual message or mood of each song.

Queens of The Stone Age - "Villains" | Album Review

Queens of The Stone Age - "Villains" | Album Review

As the years wore on, it became evident that QOTSA's particular brand of swagger had legs, as Like Clockwork's position in their canon began to feel increasingly validated. Which all makes Villains an even more challenging record to follow up with, in scope of the band’s ongoing narrative. 

Fuzzy Meadows: The Week's Best New Music (September 4th - September 10th)

Fuzzy Meadows: The Week's Best New Music (September 4th - September 10th)

Welcome to FUZZY MEADOWS, where we recap the past week in music. We're sharing our favorite releases of the week in the form of albums, singles, and music videos along with the "further listening" section of new and notable releases from around the web.

Devin Ocampo Discusses The Effects, DIY, and Having Fun | Feature Interview

Devin Ocampo Discusses The Effects, DIY, and Having Fun | Feature Interview

In his new bandmates, Matt Dowling (ex-Deleted Scenes) and David Rich (ex-Buildings), Devin Ocampo (Faraquet, Medications) has found what he says is his most functional unit yet. The struggle with his and Molter’s former power trios was always been finding that ideal third cog.