Echo Courts’ Latest Track “Fuck Your Party” Premieres via CMJ + Summer Tour

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Be sure to head on over to CMJ and check out Echo Courts‘ latest track “Fuck Your Party“, which premiered today. The single follows the group’s self-released first studio EP Ice Cream Social.

Make sure you also check out Echo Courts when they hit the road this summer at the following dates and locations:

5/18: Brooklyn, the Palisades

5/19: Charlottesville, VA, Twisted Branch Tea Bazaar

5/20: Richmond, VA, Sour Haus

5/21: Raleigh, NC, Neptunes

5/22: Greenville, SC, the Radio Room

5/23: Athens, GA, the Globe

6/2: Durham, NC, The Pinhook (w/ Nana Grizol)

6/4: Raleigh, NC, Tir Na Nog

6/5: Atlanta, GA, Drunken Unicorn

6/6: Asheville, NC, Tiger Mountain

6/7: Greensboro, NC, Empire Books

7/25: Chicago, SubT

“Echo Courts look like the kind of friendly bohos you’d like to crack open some Pabsts with at a summertime rooftop party. And this premiere of Fuck Your Party, despite that antithetical title, plays out not unlike how that party might go. ” – CMJ

Joel Michael Howard Premieres “Something Different” via Independent Clauses

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Today, Joel Michael Howard‘s latest music video for the track Something Different premiered over on Independent Clauses. Be sure to head on over to Independent Clauses and check it out.

“Joel Michael Howard’s clip for “Something Different” is indeed something different. I didn’t really understand it until I got to the end, when I had a sudden burst of ’90s nostalgia. I don’t know if it was the hackey sack, the Windows 95 screensavers, the goofy dancing, or Howard’s quirky entrances and exits; maybe it was all of that together. But the result is a charming, smile-inducing clip that I can’t help but like.” Independent Clauses

 

Be sure to listen to Joel Michael Howard’s album “Love as a Response” on his Soundcloud – if you haven’t already.

Haring Shares “All I Can Give” via Indie Shuffle

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Haring‘s latest single “All I Can Give” can be streamed over on Indie Shuffle starting today. The track comes from Haring’s forthcoming album “Late Night Dream” slated for release June 16.

“It’s been a while since we’ve heard from Belgium-based producer Haring, but good things always come to those who wait, and his latest track “All I Can Give” is no exception.” – Philip Friedman (Indie Shuffle)

 

Shisa Shares “Why U Wanna 2″ via GoldFlakePaint

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Head over to GoldFlakePaint to hear the latest single from Pittsburgh producer Shisa! It’s taken from his new EP titled till the blue skies drive the dark clouds away, which is out now on Hoko Sounds.

“Aged just twenty-one, Dietrich fills his music with a sense of restless wonder that feels fueled by his tender age. Spinning a heady weave of slick beats and clipped vocals, and buoyed by unrelenting notions of slick and somewhat surreal soundscapes, the rising producer uses the blueprint of the monthly club nights he throws at his local spot, Boom Concepts, and shapes it in to a single that feels surprisingly succinct considering the invigorating nature of it all.”

Check out the full post HERE.

Spirit Plate’s “Broken Prose” Video Premiere On Pancakes And Whiskey

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Spirit Plate’s latest video for their track “Broken Prose” can be seen and heard over at Pancakes and Whiskey.

“The song begins with a loud proclamation that “dreams come true, but not for you,” echoing the overall theme of the video. Then the music starts in full, with tribal like drums and a rocking flute that sways perfectly with the guitar’s loosely-strummed chords… To create music you can dance to is the goal of the Brooklyn Band, and “Broken Prose” does exactly that.” – Shayne Hanley

Gianna Lauren “Mistakes” Included On NPR – All Songs Considered

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Gianna Lauren’s latest single – which will be released on April 7th – can be heard over at NPR’s All Songs Considered

“Canadian songwriter Gianna Lauren begins “Mistakes” with ominous bass and woozy guitars that shift in steps and to complement her bright vocals and sporadic electronics.” – Bob Boilen