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If you didn’t know, now you know: Beverly Crusher are finally getting their shit together and releasing an album. We’ve heard it, and if you’re in any way familiar with their sound, you’re gonna love it; even if you got on board as recently as when we premiered lead single ‘Scab’ back in June. It’s …

They’ve been building up to something grander for a while – dealing with the mixed emotions of releasing their second EP a week into a pandemic along the way – and you’ll be happy to hear that Seattle quartet Biblioteka are anything but ‘Checked Out’. Far from it, in fact – their debut full-length crackles …

Yes please, thank you, we’ll have plenty more of that – you’ll likely find yourself saying similar things after being tossed around by this song for two-and-a-half minutes. Meet Seattlites Beverly Crusher, who today finally give us the debut album announcement we’ve been waiting for. Said album is called Waste of Waves, lifting its title …

Though its core members are based in Seattle – that’s Guy Keltner and Ian Cunningham – Acid Tongue are no strangers to international collaboration or putting in work when it comes to their band. Last year, they released their second album Bullies right before the world shut down due to the unfolding pandemic. Yes, it …

Exploring dark memories embedded in nostalgia, MØAA present their debut LP Euphoric Recall out now on WWNBB (We Were Never Being Boring). MØAA was first conceived by Jancy Rae when she began writing and recording demos while living in the forest near Seattle. Serving as an outlet to process a troubled past, MØAA was named after …

Taken from their album To all the Glory We Never Had, out now on Chien Lunatique Records, Seattle indie band National Honor Society have released a new video for album track ‘First Among The Last’. First Among The Last has got all the traits of classic indie. Part shoegaze, part jangle pop, it’s full of …

There’s a happening taking place in Seattle, helmed by Low Hums’ “band-guru” Jonas Haskins. Or is it Sanoj Snikhas? Before the references to Manson Family occur though (who are back in the spotlight by virtue of Tarantino’s somewhat polarizing Once Upon A Time… In Hollywood), we are assured that Zzyzx, the fifth release from music-nauts …

We’re beginning to fall in love with Seattle pop punks Dude York, ahead of their album ‘Falling’ out via Hardly Art on July 26th. Vocalist Peter Richards says the song is about adolescent disappointment and the emotional solipsism that can follow. While that may seem heavy, the music isn’t, this sort of messy Killers, all big …

Seattle’s Dude York have released a new video for Falling, the title track from their forthcoming album out on July 26th via Hardly Art. The track is this lovable slice of indie pop/punk, with a nod to the likes of Best Coast and Backseat Mafia current favourites Tacocat, as they mix up this slightly wistful …

I’ll admit that in my old age I am still a sucker for a synth or an organ in music. Luckily for me, I’ve been introduced to The Paranoyds, a California based four piece who by their own volition have kept a low profile on social media. Their press reads that they “eschew societal norms” – …