Nov 25, 2022
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PRAISE FOR CHARLIE CLARK
“A superb piece of jangle pop classicism, it seems to reference everyone from The Byrds and Big Star through to Teenage Fanclub”
“His recordings are full of beautiful, haunted melodies and stripped down plaintive acoustic beauty.”
JOHN ROBB, LOUDER THAN WAR
“Immense choruses and deep heartfelt lyrics that serve to tighten the throat and quicken the pulse. It is vital and organic music: guitar driven indie pop at its very best”
BACK SEAT MAFIA
Nov 21, 2022
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Nov 17, 2022
“one of the most exciting and fiercely creative bands you’re bound to come across” - Grid City Magazine
“insatiable atmosphere, gritty, dynamic, and provocatively raw” - Circuit Sweet
"an off-kilter cross of punk, folk and rock" - Post-Trash
Nov 16, 2022
- Under the Radar
"The 11-track pick-me-upper that is 'Sunshine' is full of emotional high-fives. Beyond their penchant for sticky melodies, the duo wield their vocals, and especially their harmonies, in a euphoria that stops short (somehow) of sounding cloying. It’s cherub rock that is reminiscent of a straight-from-the-cradle Tegan and Sara."
Nov 14, 2022
- Under the Radar
"An echoey aura of sound that creates a psychedelic whirl of imagination flutters through his work also touching musical cornerstones like Iron & Wine and Phosphorescent."
- Glide Magazine
"He performs with a languid grace, vocals coming smooth and easy as a cosy afternoon nap."
- Various Small Flames
"This track has a glorious lo-fi, psychedelic pop feel with fuzzed out riffs and beautiful powerpop-esque harmonies."
- SPILL Magazine
Nov 12, 2022
- Under The Radar
"If you’ve been looking for that next great artist that checks all of the boxes of awesomeness, look no further than Kit Major."
"If you like MUNA, you’re gonna dig Kit Major."
- The Alternative
"A grunge-pop jam that recalls the nostalgic modern rock theatrics of Chloe Moriondo and Olivia Rodrigo."
- Beats Per Minute
Nov 9, 2022
Fixtures are back! After our 2020 collaboration (Weak Automatic), we are happy to present a new Fixtures song from a coming album.
Fixtures is a 6 piece Brooklyn band. Combining elements of power pop, post punk, krautrock, and 90s indie, one review of their last EP, Weak Automatic, called them “an unholy collision of Television, Ramones, Dino Jr. and The B-52s” Oh yeah, and there’s horns.
Their first full length album, Hollywood Dog, is coming February 24th as a co-release from Spanish indie-pop stalwarts Bobo Integral and new Brooklyn label Naturally Records. The first single, “Jimmy Needs The Money”, is shaded darker than their past blasts of sunshine but will still have you whistling the fuzzed out lead guitar line. Is Noir Pop a thing?