Check Matthew Squires and the Learning Disorders’ new video for his latest single “The Giving”, which just premiered over at Surviving the Golden Age.
“Produced by Patrick Nichols, the video follows a photographer as he makes his way through essentially a modern ghost town. Exploring abandoned gas stations and upholstery shops, the video mirrors Matthew Squires’ forlorn acoustic guitar and melancholic lyrics.” -Adam Morgan, Surviving the Golden Age
Consequence of Sound recently had some very nice things to say about the new single from Cincinnati, OH-based experimental-pop artist ZOO’s new track, “Bobby”:
“Encompassing sounds of dream pop, lo-fi, and art rock, the new track plays out like a marrying of St. Vincent and Youth Lagoon — quirky, experimental, and full of various elements and noises that in theory shouldn’t make sense when paired up, yet somehow actually do.” – Michelle Geslani, Consequence of Sound
Take a look at what they had to say about indie-pop duo Sun Cut Flat’s newest track over at Poule d’Or:
“The duo plays one of the finest pop sounds you will hear all year: a bit of indie vibes, a lot of almost funk like grooves and a distinct tropical stream to it as well.” – Poule d’Or
The folks over at The Wild Honey Pie just premiered the new single by Cathedral Pearls, and they had some very nice things to say about it.
“Etchings, out August 21, is a master course in building tension and playing on sonic dynamics, capturing the time and patience that went into its creation.“ – Lauren McKinney, The Wild Honey Pie
Be sure to head over to Consequence of Sound to check out what they had to say about Brooklyn pop duo Photoreal’s newest song “That Life”:
“It’s a serene look at regret and longing for a first love, utilizing the familiar sounds of ’80s pop.” – Dusty Henry, Consequence of Sound
Take a look at what they had to say about LA-based guitar-pop maestro SOLAI’s latest video on The Big Takeover:
“shines and shimmers like SoCal sun and surf – even after dark.” – The Big Takeover
Make sure to check out what Exclaim! thought of Balacade’s newest single:
“Eschewing glossy production in favour of lo-fi, jangly indie rock vibes, “Strangers” starts off softly and slowly, but continuously builds into a sweet-sounding summertime jam” – Sarah Murphy, Exclaim!
The folks over at Consequence of Sound had some nice things to say about Detroit punk group Growwing Pain’s latest single:
“It’s a short burst of energy from a young band finding their own sound.” – Dusty Henry, Consequence of Sound
Check out what RedEyeChicago had to say about Le Tour’s newest single release:
“a dizzying rush of lo-fi, surf rock energy.” – Josh Terry, RedEye
Make sure to take a look at what the folks at Exclaim! had to say about Dallas post-punk crew Nervous Curtains’ new single “Devastator”:
“Blending electronic noise with live drums and a punk rock energy, the three-piece deliver a unique, powerful sound.” – Sarah Murphy, Exclaim!