Montreal based Japanese band TEKE::TEKE create music reminiscent of 60’s and 70’s era psychedelic Japanese soundtracks that wouldn’t be out of place in a Quentin Tarantino movie,
‘The Deep End’ builds upon the acid house influences of The Lucid Dream’s former album but ventures into many new paths. Hip hop, techno, drum ‘n’ bass and other ‘genres’ sneak into their creative palette.
Born and raised in southwest Louisiana, Renée Reed describes her music as dream-fi folk from the Cajun prairies.
‘The Falling’ sees The Underground Youth trade their acerbic post-punk melancholy for a more refined and stripped-back sound that enters the world of romantic, shadowy folk-noir.
Tucson’s mystical psychedelic-cumbia-rock band features Giant Sand members, Brian Lopez and Gabriel Sullivan.
Tele Novella sign with Kill Rock Stars for second album. ‘Merlynn Belle’ out 5th February on Kill Rock Stars
A heartfelt band from small town, Texas, with a penchant for pop melodies and medieval harmonies, Tele Novella write songs the old-fashioned way and perform them in a minimal style filled with delicate arrangements.
Clap Your Hands Say Yeah return with new album ‘New Fragility’ out 29th January on CYHSY/Secretly Distribution
Prolific and enigmatic as ever, Alec Ounsworth’s recent works marry the quirky, left-field spirit of the early years with a well-earned confidence, and grander sense of scale and ambition. After nearly two decades, Ounsworth remains one of music’s most distinctive voices.
From her previous bands to her current eponymous project, Tamar Aphek has risen to prominence in her home of Israel, toured across the United States and Europe, and sits poised to be heard globally with her new record,
The Mountain Goats return with their new album ‘Getting Into Knives’ out 23rd October on Merge Records
John Darnielle armed his band with new songs and and headed to Sam Phillips Recording in Memphis, TN, the Mountain Goats spent a week capturing the magic of a band at the top of its game.
…Keep Dreaming, Buddy is a portal into Palace Winter’s new reality of brighter colors, more disparate influences, and their constant reminder of life’s teetering balance.
Garcia Peoples return with their new album ‘Nightcap at Wits’ End’ out 9th October on Beyond Beyond is Beyond
“I am tempted to say it is the band’s best record, except Garcia Peoples are too restless to settle for plateaus. Just do as the title says. Raise a glass at your wit’s end, and let the music blow away the night.” David Fricke
‘Creation Myth’s makes subtle nods to Americana and spooky, blissed-out folk, but never lights for too long on any one spot.