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Lrrr - "Whose News?" LP | Post-Trash Premiere

Lrrr - "Whose News?" LP | Post-Trash Premiere

Lrrr works experimental music into the dreamier realms, creating a record that is both mystifying and utterly gorgeous. Recorded in bedrooms in Hadley and Easthampton, Lloyd’s use of lo-fi textures actually work to bolster and unite the detached entries from his mind, providing cohesion to the lush acoustics and gentle vocals.

Erasers - "Pulse Points" LP | Post-Trash Premiere

Erasers - "Pulse Points" LP | Post-Trash Premiere

Today, we’re thrilled to premiere the band’s aptly-titled Pulse Points, Erasers’ sophomore LP, out via Pouring Dream and Fire Talk Records. Each track is engulfing and fully immersive, allowing listeners slowly slip into a dripping state of cosmic detachment through swathing synth melodies and a pulsing rhythmic backbone.

Proto Idiot - "Find Out For Themselves" LP | Post-Trash Premiere

Proto Idiot - "Find Out For Themselves" LP | Post-Trash Premiere

Their latest album, Find Out For Themselves, is out today via their new home at Third Uncle Records, another fitting label to release the band’s acerbic punk that proves once again, these gents are only playing dumb. Sharp and built on razor sharp rhythms, they have a unique ability to make songs that feel as anthemic as they do discordant.

W0RK - "Screen Eyes" Video | Post-Trash Premiere

W0RK - "Screen Eyes" Video | Post-Trash Premiere

Oakland’s W0RK released Paper, their latest EP, back in April, a futuristic dystopian pop record filtered through post-punk and experimental electronic music. The duo have a rich aesthetic that involves hi-tech business attire and plenty of retro-futurism, and it all comes to life on their new video for EP stand-out “Screen Eyes.”

FCKR JR - "The Pain and Sleep Department" | Post-Trash Premiere

FCKR JR - "The Pain and Sleep Department" | Post-Trash Premiere

The quartet, led by Ben Grigg (Geronimo!, Whelpwisher, Future Biff), formed in the late months of 2017, having released their debut single just as 2018 came to a close. The band have become somewhat of a fixture among the PRF community, contributing to their Monthly Tribute Series (specifically Guided By Voices and Kathleen Hanna), which might give you a fair indication of their sound.

INUS - "Time Is A Person" | Post-Trash Premiere

INUS - "Time Is A Person" | Post-Trash Premiere

Led by The Locust’s Bobby Bray, together with Brandon Relf and Chad Deal, the trio will release their exceptionally titled debut album, Western Spaghettification, via Three One G. Gloriously mangled and deranged, INUS take a hyper-active look into corporate malaise and dead-inside institutionalism, with a jerky and erratic approach to deconstructed punk and serrated noise rock.

Delicate Boys - "Big Shot" | Post-Trash Premiere

Delicate Boys - "Big Shot" | Post-Trash Premiere

Austin’s Delicate Boys are getting ready to release their full length debut, Mineral Empire, due out July 26th as the inaugural releases of No Wisdom Records. Their sound throughout the album takes more than a few weird shifts, but at their core the quartet draw influences from garage rock, psych punk, and burly stoner fuzz.

Pet Fox - "Swerving" | Post-Trash Premiere

Pet Fox - "Swerving" | Post-Trash Premiere

Pet Fox’s admission of impatience is telling, “Swerving” is less than 90 seconds long. However, in that minute-and-a-half, the band are able to squeeze in a lot: several different musical phrases, one of their strongest vocal melodies to date, a metaphorical narrative, a lead guitar solo/outro, and a killer leaning chord progression.

Meat Wave - "War on War" (Wilco cover) | Post-Trash Premiere

Meat Wave - "War on War" (Wilco cover) | Post-Trash Premiere

All of God's Money / A Tribute to Wilco’s Yankee Hotel Foxtrot features contributions from Slow Mass, Bethlehem Steel, Ratboys, etc, with all proceeds to AIDS Foundation of Chicago. We’re excited to premiere Meat Wave’s “War on War,” adapting the original’s jangly space-age boogie into something more muscular and driving.

Zip-Tie Handcuffs - "The Larch" | Post-Trash Premiere

Zip-Tie Handcuffs - "The Larch" | Post-Trash Premiere

Boston’s Zip-Tie Handcuffs have been making stoney garage punk for over a decade now, earning a reputation as one of the city’s most reliable live acts. Set to release their fifth album, Warm Shadows, the record is a culmination of everything they’ve built over the last years from heavy fuzz rock to retro surf pop and hazy, shreddy, psych punk.

Gash + Divine Crush - "Split" EP | Post-Trash Premiere

Gash + Divine Crush - "Split" EP | Post-Trash Premiere

Due out digitally on June 28th, with the tape release to follow, each band are offering a pair of noisy tracks, displaying a disparity in their otherwise similar approaches, one dense and overdriven, the other nuanced and prolonged. It’s a great balance between their sounds, complimenting each other as they in turn highlight each other’s differences.

Rong - "Milton Friedman's Big Dumb Dream" | Post-Trash Premiere

Rong - "Milton Friedman's Big Dumb Dream" | Post-Trash Premiere

RONG are your mutant freak punk dreams come true. The Boston band have been kicking around for a year or so now, having released a fantastic split with Landowner last summer, and now the band are ready to unleash (and i do mean “unleash”) their triumphantly rampant full length debut, Wormhat, on July 2nd.