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Options - "Offering" | Post-Trash Premiere

Options - "Offering" | Post-Trash Premiere

Pacific Notion, released back in 2017, found Seth Engel reinventing a selection of Options’ songs with a synthetic and electronic beauty, void of his usual rock band formation. Two years later, he’s at it again with Pacific Notion II, a project that finds Engel diving headfirst into the digital world with blissful results.

Karaoke Mood Killer - "Stranger Things" | Post-Trash Premiere

Karaoke Mood Killer - "Stranger Things" | Post-Trash Premiere

For Brooklyn’s Franklin Ligh, better known musically as Karaoke Mood Killer, he’s not into Stranger Things and he’d like you to stop trying to change his mind. Set to release (the fittingly titled) Demos on November 8th via Spirit Lust (Should’ve), the eight songs were captured in his Bushwick basement studio on a Tascam digital 8 track.

Fuzzy Meadows: The Week's Best New Music (October 14th - October 20th)

Fuzzy Meadows: The Week's Best New Music (October 14th - October 20th)

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.

Sean Henry - "You Fall Away" | Post-Trash Premiere

Sean Henry - "You Fall Away" | Post-Trash Premiere

“You Fall Away” combines two of Henry’s songwriting instincts, the melody-forward songwriting of Bob Pollard/Guided by Voices and the effortless grace of Big Star, into a pitch-perfect rock ballad. Tthe guitars and vocals capture the restless youth of mid-90s, crackling with a coiled energy that erupts in a final-minute solo.

Sun Organ - "Sun Organ" | Album Review

Sun Organ - "Sun Organ" | Album Review

Sun Organ has managed to churn out yet another magnetically creepy, satisfyingly chunky stew of tracks with their latest self-titled release. What sets this release apart from the rest of their catalog is its ability to juxtapose heavy darkness and ethereal beauty, a contradiction that nullifies either extreme discomfort or overt ease.

Full Body - "Always There" LP | Post-Trash Premiere

Full Body - "Always There" LP | Post-Trash Premiere

Full Body have never heard of the sophomore slump as evident on their album, Always There. The twisting and turning post-hardcore band have sharpened the edges of their attack, the vicious parts are more vicious and their emo pop influences as sticky sweet as they come. It’s the contusion of them that they’ve been welding together.

ESSi - "Vital Creatures" | Album Review

ESSi - "Vital Creatures" | Album Review

The duo’s volatile punk uneasily clamors like Shimmer and Brainiac, but aesthetically revels in the wake of Pill’s malaise and the radiant aura of No Age. ESSi mimic the latter-most group’s ability to sound much more than a two-person group, as Jessica Ackerley’s bottom heavy guitars flesh out ESSi’s strikingly atmospheric low end.

Banana - "Tiny Bones" | Post-Trash Premiere

Banana - "Tiny Bones" | Post-Trash Premiere

Post-Grunge Revival, the trio’s first release since 2017’s Die Alone Pt. 2, is a big step forward sonically, an enormous and primal EP full of buzzing riffs and left-field shifts. Chelsea Ursin's songs come to life with an added heaviness, digging into monstrous riffs with a quirky charm on songs about cow’s giving birth, graceful weirdness, and beyond.

Fuzzy Meadows: The Week's Best New Music (October 7th - October 13th)

Fuzzy Meadows: The Week's Best New Music (October 7th - October 13th)

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.

Gatecreeper - "Deserted" | Album Review

Gatecreeper - "Deserted" | Album Review

Deserted stakes up easily against its predecessor in the band’s discography, 2016’s Sonoran Depravation in both mastery of form and devastating impact of execution. The most distinguishing factor between the two is the slightly clearer production on Deserted, which is not surprising given who was involved in the post-production.

Angel Olsen - "All Mirrors" | Album Review

Angel Olsen - "All Mirrors" | Album Review

On her fourth album and fourth great evolution, Angel Olsen accompanies an instantly classic outpouring of artistic expression with gothic-synthesizers, some horns, and a colossal assembly of strings. An immense, dramatic, and shattering retrospective on feeling, All Mirrors is massive in both its presentation and statement.

Blood Warrior - "Half Crazy" | Post-Trash Premiere

Blood Warrior - "Half Crazy" | Post-Trash Premiere

The duo of Greg Jaime (O’Death) and Joey Weiss have been making stunning folk-inspired music for near a decade, creating natural landscapes and lush acoustics with gentle resolve. “Half Crazy” is a gorgeous finger picked and meditative song, brightened with magnificent harmonies and sweeping strings over otherwise dimly lit gothic folk progressions.