New album - Summering by The Bronzed Chorus

2016-11-04 06:51:17 UTC

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 New record "Summering" by The Bronzed Chorus via doubleplusgood records out of Minneapolis, MN. 

Track List


Don't Go To That Pool Party - 04:32
Books - 05:11
Cowabunga, Ohio - 04:35
Tin Roof Burrito - 05:20
It Snows Here Forever - 03:13
How Gooda Friends Are Ya? - 04:17
Hounds Of The Barrier - 04:42
Rodeo Rodeo - 03:01
Decollage - 02:36
Widdley Wah ('Till The Break of Dawn) - 02:36


Genre : alternative, rock, experimental, indie, instrumental, math, post-rock

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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 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


Get It Right (free)
Golden Tongue - 03:13


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

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New song - Hounds by War Nurse

2016-10-26 23:18:53 UTC

War

War Nurse is a union of imagined and real. War Nurse is of no fixed address, of no material world.Festering through psychic cracks, bracing for escape, we look to bring struggle to the forefront. Tension is palpable. Rallying behind cries for power, War Nurse brings no glory. Unified delivery ascending and rupturing with no pause. There is no competition, there is no copy, the copy is the dream.

Hounds is a weapon reaching desperately through time, disrupting normal, reeking of causality, displacing the reconciliation of thoughts and actions. The very historicity of safety and security are at once called into question with a similar note of terminal simplicity. Hope is simultaneously lost and understood to be nonexistent. It is not a worldly possession to be had; it is not an existentially reconcilable concept. There is no hope. There is no home. You are but one of the hounds.

War Nurse 


Genre : post-industrial, rock, psychedelic

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New album - Shades by Mindsedge

2016-10-25 04:50:33 UTC

Shades

Mindsedge has taken a different approach than on the first album "Theta".  They wanted this record to feel smooth and be much more positive, despite retaining the dramatic feel of the previous record. The songs feel tighter and more structured. Shades, the titular track is unique in a few ways. It is a redoing of the drummer's old song that he recorded along with the bassist in their old band. He wrote it himself but we wanted to put a new "Mindsedge" spin on it... so they made it sound nothing like a Mindsedge song. It's somewhat ambient and poppy at the same time (even if it's twice as long as your run-of-the-mill pop-song) and features vocals by Małgorzata Pawłowska (who you can also hear on Pathways) as well as keyboards by  jazz guitarist Piotr Grudzińsk. Another unique thing about the song is that it was recorded with instruments downtuned to 432Hz instead of 440Hz. It made them sound deeper, perhaps somewhat broken but also very warm.

Track List


Tesla - 02:59
Unmeisen - 04:03
Snowstorm - 06:07
Interlude - 00:44
Sunrise - 05:28
Pathways - 09:07 info
Shapeshifter - 04:17
Vipassana - 06:58
Shades - 06:58


Genre : rock, alternative, instrumental, metal, post-metal, post-rock, progressive

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