Pale Hands: Spirit Lines

A wife-and-husband duo, Pale Hands hail from Massachusetts playing warm and sultry dream pop laid over several walls electronic beats and melodic hooks. Their debut, Spirit Lines, is as frontwoman Jen Johns...

Brian Lopez: Static Noise

Soulfully detailing a troubled array of introspective experiences, Brian Lopez put out a record that combines the traditional insights of singer-songwriter music with lush and complex melodies spanning acro...

Casey Jack: Casey Jack

A self-proclaimed punk rocker with a perfectionist approach to production, Casey Jack debuts as an artist with an LP that is as melodic and polished as it is raw and alternative. Rooted in the legacy of pun...

Ty Segall: Manipulator

In an interview dating back to the 2011 release of his album Goodbye Bread, Ty Segall had stated he had plans for a heavier-sounding record that would throw people off. Although he has temporarily shelved i...

Wannabe Jalva: Collecture

Brazilian rock outfit Wannabe Jalva may be based out of the city of Porto Alegre, but their sound, carrying little local influence, is one that draws inspiration from distant corners of the planet and beyon...

Buddy: Last Call For The Quiet Life

Describing their music as “wimpycore," Los Angeles indie rock outfit Buddy recently released their second album, Last Call For The Quiet Life. A record with a multitude of elements but grounded in a very se...

In The Valley Below: The Belt

For L.A. duo In The Valley Below, getting emotional is not contradictory to a stylish and glamorous sound. In fact, the band combines the two vividly to formulate a record that is equal parts sentimental an...

Cosmic Stereo: FM Stereo

Cosmic Punch, a DIY pop rock duo from Florida, market their sound as “a mix of the ‘60s, '70s and ‘80s with a dash of modern production,” and emphatically list a number of influences, such as The Beatles, Q...