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New Track: "Forward" - Marc Neibauer & Austin Potter

Marc Neibauer (My Home is the Sea, ex-Eat Your Birthday Cake) and Austin Potter (Tapes & Tubes) have combined forces releasing the single, “Forward,” via Potter’s fledgling label Safe Harbor. The song’s reflective lyricism spills out into crisp, night air as serene, isolating instrumentation gradually picks up the pace as the subject peers in both directions the past and the future. Hopefully this pairing will continue to march ahead.





Krust Toons: "Handicap Parking" by Teddy Hazard

Krust Toons: "Handicap Parking" by Teddy Hazard - please feel free to drop him a line at teddandthehazards@gmail.com if you dig or have any funny ideas. You can also check out more of his illustrations and animation shorts HERE.

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Brooklyn post-punkers Tammy about to release 4 song EP

Brooklyn's Tammy is a fiery female fronted band we stumbled upon  that - we predict - will change their name within a year. Their only single available for streaming, 'The Fortress,' is a lo-fi, but perfectly orchestrated homage to the early post punk years (late '70s/early '80s), with authentic semi-atonal vocals and an angularity reminiscent of a rougher, fuzzier version of the early Stranglers. The scores of New Yorkers who are anxious about the dystopian future should check them out.

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New Track: "Saturday (Umm)" - Fossil Jane

Olivia Price, a.k.a. Fossil Jane, recently shared a new track, “Saturday (Umm)”. The initial start of a synth beat is rounded into form by keys and guitar as the softly delivered vocals swim overtop. Sorting through a series of thoughts, it seems to capture a waking dream state. (Photo by Brian Walker)





Zone out with WL's "Disintegrate"

Beautifully tackling loss and acceptance in a nutshell, WL's newest tune and accompanying visuals have the power to bring on mental calm and necessary contemplation. It's soothing reel of waves pairs perfectly with Misty Mary's ethereal vocals, creating a layers of hazy, intrinsic texture.

"Disintegrate" comes off of WL's sophomore album titled Light Years, due out on the 28th of this month on XRAY Records. The composition of the album is a point of interest, as it was originally intented to be performed live alongside 'Gandahar,' a French surrealist animation by Rene Laloux. WL decided to team up with various local artists in creating their own visual element to Light Years, using stop motion animation, stereoscopic photography and 3D point cloud scanning as some of the mediums and techniques.

A screening of Light Years the film will be at Laurelhurst Theater on October 26th, with their album release show taking place on November 11th at the Spare Room.

Guitarist and keyboardist Michael Yun spoke on "Disintegrate" to the Grey Estates, who premiered the track just last week:

'Disintegrate' is a song about loss. It's a goodbye with no goodbye, it's a possibility that becomes impossible. It's when the weight of the ocean is over you and you give in to it. The video is a simple meditation on the movement of waves. It's a single shot, from a single point with altered time. We filmed hours of footage in both slow motion and time lapse, but this continuous shot just fit the feeling perfectly. 

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