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Thanks For Coming - "Part I: You're Welcome" | Post-Trash Premiere

Thanks For Coming - "Part I: You're Welcome" | Post-Trash Premiere

Thanks for Coming’s releases have punctuated life with a diaristic approach, like songwriting in real time, but their latest album is nothing short of deliberate, release schedule and all. Today we’re thrilled to premiere You’re Welcome, the first of four parts from the ultra-meta No Problem.

Peel Dream Magazine - "Modern Meta Physic" | Album Review

Peel Dream Magazine - "Modern Meta Physic" | Album Review

Part of the appeal of the retro-aesthetics on Modern Meta Physic is that they’re employed as a tool but not as a crutch. It’s not an attempted ‘revival’ of a genre, it’s not a ‘throwback’ sound, it’s just a well-informed, self-aware album, full of well-written songs, and very specific reference-points.

Soft Blue Shimmer - "Chamoy" | Post-Trash Premiere

Soft Blue Shimmer - "Chamoy" | Post-Trash Premiere

While the quartet may be far from their label’s home base in Boston, their dream-pop sound and radiantly fuzzy introspection fits right in with newfound East Coast family. The band’s press release draws comparisons to Alvvays and The Pains of Being Pure at Heart, and neither of those are too far of the mark.

Post-Trash: Volume Four (RAICES Benefit) | Promo Compilation

Post-Trash: Volume Four (RAICES Benefit) | Promo Compilation

Post-Trash is beyond thrilled to present Post-Trash: Volume Four, the latest in our yearly charitable promo compilation series. The idea on our end is simple: spread good music throughout the world and do some good in the process.

Fucko - "Used To Be" | Post-Trash Premiere

Fucko - "Used To Be" | Post-Trash Premiere

Boston trio Fucko are set to release their sophomore album Social Climber in May, the long awaited follow up to 2016’s Dealing With The Weird. Due out via Midnight Werewolf Records, the band’s seething grunge sound pushes through sludge and walls of distortion to reveal some of the band’s biggest hooks and catchiest songwriting.

Fuzzy Meadows: The Week's Best New Music (March 25th - April 14th)

Fuzzy Meadows: The Week's Best New Music (March 25th - April 14th)

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.

Priests - "The Seduction of Kansas" | Album Review

Priests - "The Seduction of Kansas" | Album Review

Greer's voice has a complex chromaticity that takes shape in an exceptional way, communicating exactly the sense of uneasiness and political and social instability at the heart of the title of the work. Priests is the missing and "screaming" link in a scene that also needs showy and strong bands, at least in their choices, to assert themselves.

Vacation - "Capitol Drive" | Post-Trash Premiere

Vacation - "Capitol Drive" | Post-Trash Premiere

Wasting no time at all the song casts out a hook driven by syncopated drums, bass, and rhythm guitar, alongside a warbling guitar lead. The distorted nature of the bass tone reveals itself on the upswing of the intro, which marches forward as vocals enter with a few sparsely punk nuances breaking up the guitar chords.