New track - Paraphones by ddanburry

2016-11-03 06:10:22 UTC

Daf

Drew Danburry is a part-time musician and full-time barber in Provo, Utah. Having previously spent years on the road playing music, nowadays he mostly plays Lincoln Logs with his 3 year old. He's hitting the road this fall to promote a triple cassette album of anti-corporate jingles and a new vinyl record. From the year 2005 to 2010, he played over 750 shows worldwide. He has received attention from blogs and websites such as NPR, Stereogum, Daytrotter, Magnet Magazine, Said the Gramophone, Large Hearted Boy, Orange Alert, Heave Media, Pete Nema, The 405, Apes on Tape, The Music Ninja, TRT! (The Round Table) The Bomber Jacket, and even Design Mom. He toured and played with many different bands such as Deer Tick, Neon Trees, Joshua James, Say Anything, Jake Bellows (of Neva Dinova), Bishop Allen, An Horse, Math the Band, Miniature Tigers, Pomegranates, Wye Oak, Paleo, Harry and the Potters, Mount Eerie, The Robot Ate Me (Ryland Bouchard), Emperor X, Headlights, Desert Noises, LiluDallas, Jacob Smigel, Iji, Adam and Darcie, TaughtMe, Aubrey Debauchery and many others.


Genre : dream-house, indie, rock

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New single - To The Top by Moonhead

2016-11-02 16:31:24 UTC

Moonhead

The latest single “To The Top” by  Moonhead  explores the importance of independence and realizing one’s own strengths. Impromptu jam sessions with choreographer Tony Testa, tap dancing battles, and singing songs with Ben Vereen. It was the Moonhead's  goal with this song to inspire the listener to find the power within themselves that can lead them to a higher plane. And ultimately they want to remind the listener that it isn’t always selfish to invest in yourself and your goals. The band has a lot to say and lots more to come!


Genre : pop

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New EP - Golden Tongue by Magana

2016-11-02 10:25:00 UTC

Magana

'Golden Tongue' is the debut EP from Brooklyn's Jeni Magana. It's a brief, bold and bitterly beautiful calling card from the young artist. Four tracks of brittle and erratic guitar pop. These are weary songs, delivered with both anger and acceptance. There’s a hint of the eccentric and a tinge of melodramatic but these songs sound as haunted and traveled as they do vital and honest.

Track List


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Golden Tongue - 03:13


Genre : alternative, pop, bedroom, track, guitar, guitarpop, indie, folk, rock

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New single - Bless Your Heart by In Light Of

2016-11-01 10:31:12 UTC

Lightof

This is the lead single  "Bless Your Heart"  from In Light Of. The two member project  lives in different cities without any mutual connections. They met when Sandy responded to a job posting  and quickly bonded over a shared appetite for the kind of boundless sonic exploration found in post-rock (and the like). It's been a long-distance relationship ever since. They 're truly the perfect pairing  and have a song writing formula that works perfectly. Light Of have never written a song together. That is together in the same room, or even the same city. Yet, all five songs on this debut EP, Little Treasures, were pieced together from ideas shared from one device to another, many kilometers away. And now for the first time, through the magic of technological advancement, it's in your hands to listen and consume. 


Genre : experimental, ambient, epic, folk, electronic, indie, post-rock

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New EP - All Right Yellow Bird by Astray

2016-11-01 08:17:12 UTC

Astray

« All Right Yellow Bird », is the new EP of the Astray project. In between electronica, ambient and experimental music, the 4 tracks of the new opus are built on aerial synthetic textures, heavy beats, and melancholic piano themes, punctuated of vocal samples, to offer an instrumental and contemplative sound.


Track List


  • Afterglow - 03:25 
  • The Drummer - 04:00 
  • Dusk - 03:08 
  • Winterlight - 06:01


Genre : ambient, electronic, electronica, downtempo, electro, soundtrack, trip, hop

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Review for "I Want to Stand Where the Sun Himself Shakes with Fear" by Voices from Deep Below

Even though the independent rock scene is quite inundated with new acts, there’s always a welcome place for an outfit that changes the formula enough to be consistently interesting and worth taking notice of. The New York-based alternative rock group Voices from Deep Below attempts to do just that, fusing together a variety of styles into a surprisingly coherent sound. Their new record, “I Want to Stand Where the Sun Himself Shakes with Fear”, is a five song album that navigates alt-rock, experimental, and borderline metal and progressive influences all at the same time.

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