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New Psalmships LP Available for Streaming & Download

Delve into the resounding, haunting openness of Obvious + Unafraid, the new record from the Joshua Britton-led musical vehicle Psalmships. Enlisting the help of Chelsea Sue Allen as well as Brad Hinton, this collection captures a sense of solemn catharsis. These stirring songs reveal much in a chilling, bare manner that’ll occupy one’s thoughts for a while.





New Taiwan Housing Project EP Available for Streaming & Purchase

Project Kiki, the latest release from Taiwan Housing Project, searches for a signal in a buzzing labyrinth. Enter the noise-littered land of experimentation! As we await their new LP, this EP combines the feel of amplified nature with a futuristic spin.





Brooklyn garage poppers Hiccup play Aviv on 7.17

Brooklyn-based band Hiccup signed to Father/Daughter Records in the fall of 2015, and is comprised of Hallie Bulleit (The Unlovables & The Chris Gethard Show House Band), Alex Clute (The Chris Gethard Show House Band), and Piyal Basu (New Oldies). The three-piece blends together male/female vocal harmonies with a mature pop punk and garage rock sound. Their track “Fuckup” features a laid back vocal delivery from Clute and self-deprecating lyrics that examine the comfort found in solitude. “Whatev, It’s Cool” (streaming below) is less focuses instead on putting a negative relationship in the past while singing the lines, “cuz he loves me more than you ever could.” The track features the band's signature buzzing garage rock fuzz, combined with charming two way harmonies. The band will be playing Aviv on July 17th in support of Winter Break. - John Honan

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New Videos: Red Room Series - Mitch Esparza

Ingenuity and sonic manipulation are evident in Mitch Esparza’s trio of videos, recorded at Sleepless Sound Studio for their Red Room Sessions. “GiraSol/Guitarra Inerane” incorporates a haunting beauty with a volatile edge and a wandering elegance. “You Shouldn't Do That/You Shouldn't Find Me” comes at you with its non-stop fury, while the layered effects of “Disappointing Muse” offer a glimpse into the process of sonic interplay in melding pieces to create a smooth sonic quilt. (Photo by Kettle Pot Tracks)





Roaring Sun’s New Single “Racecar” is a Great, Music Festival-Ready Indie Track

After their synthesizer-heavy debut single “Pockets,” Roaring Sun have taken a different route with their latest single, “Racecar”. This indie “boy band” made up of brothers, Doran and David Rawlinson, Ricky Acosta, and Eric McKeefer, have released a single that will sure be the highlight at a live show, starting by slowing down the piano bit in “Cold Cold Man”, by Saint Motel and then continuing with a mellow raw tone layered with harmonies and a guitar. It’s a bit reminiscent of the slow melodies from Young the Giant’s album Mind over Matter, but just when you think this all seems too familiar, Roaring Run brings in a fresh feel and pushes the song to a new and interesting path with a unique beat on the drums and some warped melody fun.

The entire combination is bound to get you thinking of susnset evenings of music festivals and dancing, so if that strikes your fancy (as it certainly will for many in Austin), listen below!

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Chandana Kamaraj

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