Written nearly two years ago, recorded with a full band, compiled of 24 tracks, No Problem is wildly ambitious, and that’s even before you take into consideration the 24 music video counterparts, directed by 24 different teams! It’s an epic composed of private thoughts, pitch-black comedy, nuanced observations, and self-aware anxieties.
On the latest episode of the Post-Trash podcast we (loosely) explore what makes us listen to a band we’ve never heard before (making it sound way tougher than it truly is) and play new music from Beak>, Greg Electric, Mega Bog, Horse Jumper of Love, Thanks For Coming, USA Nails, Control Top, and Real Blood.
Nosebleeds Always is a compilation of sorts, documenting a year’s worth of withheld demos born between the walls of the Brooklyn-based artist’s apartment. The rough, brilliant sketches found on the late 2018 release demonstrate Rachel Brown’s remarkable prolificacy and melodic prowess, further proving their place as one of the most important budding songwriters right now.