Jan 30, 2022
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- Under The Radar
"A tender bedroom pop song"
"Authentically written and artistically intricate, Work Wife’s music captures vulnerability beautifully"
- The Luna Collective
"Catchy and upbeat"
- LOUD WOMEN
"A catchy lo-fi indie pop tune"
- She Makes Music
Jan 23, 2022
"For fans of the cacophony that the Surfers and the Melvins have wrought through their respective careers, JD’s “spacegrass” stylings are a drastic shift towards the minimalistic and quiet."
- Hollywood Life
"rich in the blues."
- Indie Music
"the video gives a thump of colorful attitude to Pinkus’ picking that would make the late Ralph Stanley nod in approval."
Jan 22, 2022
"The 60s girl group formula, and knowing pastiche thereof, is integral to the band’s established sound, but ‘He Loves Me Not’ is a step away from such territory into something more ambitious."
- Backseat Mafia
"A new band with a sound somewhat akin to the ghosts of a sixties girl group being channeled through a fuzzy transistor radio."
"'No Place Like Home' lays forth the uncanny, dreamlike sonic aesthetic, complete with glockenspiel and organ. The accompanying hazy music video doubles down on the hypnotic Lynchian vibes."
- Cool Hunting
- Brooklyn Vegan
"Wondrous pastoral folk where Pitrone showcases his songcraft in a delicate manner reminiscent of masters Bert Jansch and Tim Buckley."
Jan 20, 2022
Chaotic Butterfly I've only been able to listen to this track on the preorder but it's already become one of my favourite tracks of 2022. Amazing composition, rhythm, lyricality(?), and that visceral Camp Cope emotionality that makes them the awesome band they are.
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Jan 7, 2022
“There's acuity, pathos and wit, deadpan storytelling over catchy, snaking riffs and relentless grooves”
"[Yard Act] channel No Wave pioneers like ESG and Liquid Liquid as well as Madchester acts like the Happy Mondays, and they top off that danceable racket with screeds that resemble the Fall’s Mark E. Smith..."
“Yard Act have cemented themselves as one of the most exciting bands on this Green earth”
"Yard Act is not a typical post-punk band, instead serving as the disruptors of the conventions of genre and sound."
“A whip smart take on current affairs and a bulging back pocket of infectious yet unpredictable bangers that satisfy both brain and feet”
Loud and Quiet
Jan 6, 2022
Imagined and curated by Benjamin Gibbard (lead singer, guitarist, and songwriter of Death Cab for Cutie), Ocean Child: Songs of Yoko Ono is comprised of 14 all-new versions of Ono’s tracks performed by a diverse range of rising artists and legendary stars including David Byrne and Yo La Tengo, whose collaborative cover of “Who Has Seen The Wind?” is available now at all DSPs and streaming services (listen here) alongside an official lyric video streaming now HERE.
Jan 4, 2022
Jan 3, 2022
"High-drama [...] dirgey"
- Brooklyn Vegan
"It’s easy to see (and more importantly hear) why Catcher are making their way up the musical ladder with 'Comparing Saviors and Friends.' Scuffed up guitars veer towards shoegaze here and there, but the riffs are spidery and crawl all over the track. The vocals cut through, dark and demanding as the whole thing propels through with anxious but melodic melodies the order of the day."
- Backseat Mafia
"[The band is] able to weave together visceral melodies and dissonance, creating a unique and distinctive blend all their own. The music is desparate while alluring all at once."