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Bloomington, Indiana’s Damion Schiralli has been building up toward the release of his debut solo album for a little bit since it was announced back in May It’s an impressive collection of detailed soft rock gems whose general aesthetic is defined further by Schiralli’s chosen recording method: it went straight to cassette, because of course …

It’s been a couple of years since we last heard from Idaho’s Up Is The Down Is The – their most recent album, The Mind Strays, arrived in June of 2020, and they’ve been quiet since then, until recently. No news did however turn out to be good news in this case, as the quartet …

We’ve already shared three songs off Berlin-based psych artist Miro Denck’s imminent new album as TWÏNS—from which lead single ‘Peace’ premiered through us all the way back in September(!)—so we’re delighted to host an advance stream of the full thing. When we say ‘full thing’, keep in mind the album’s less than 18 minutes long, …

If you’re working on music whose main sonic touchstones are the likes of Joni Mitchell and Todd Rundgren, you may as well go all in and record straight to cassette, right? Well, it works for Damion Schiralli. The Bloomington, Indiana native, inspired by 1970s AM radio deep dives, was happy to lean into the aesthetic …

If you haven’t been keeping up, San Diego’s Eric Schroeder released his most recent album in April – a deeply personal offering that was, as Donnie and Marie Osmond didn’t quite say, a little bit alt-country, a little bit rock’n’roll. Called The Kid, it would have been an impressive enough collection on its own, but …

If you’re not a fan of strange-textured foods or seeing said strange-textured foods thrown in faces, we’d recommend you tab out of this new Phantom Limb clip and treat yourself to the audio-only experience. If you are, well, this video is a treat. Led by Andrew Laningham, the Alabama quartet’s new song tackles the pervasive …

If you know New Jersey workhorse Kevin Basko, then you know he doesn’t do things by halves. He’s spent much of the previous decade as the main creative force behind Rubber Band Gun, and put out a fully-fledged album pretty much fortnightly under this name in 2019. All 25 of those records are on his …

A song whose chorus is, ‘It seems like everything runs on repeat’ could be a little too on-the-nose as a covid-era track, but it suits our current times so well that it comes as a relief to learn that it was finished pre-pandemic, not to mention the album it’s the lead single from. Say hello …