Monday, November 30, 2020

New Entry: The Rills Reveal New Single "Stardog"

Lincoln indie rock/alt/punk band The Rills have revealed their new single "Stardog".

Speaking about it, frontman Mitch Spencer explains: “The Stardog is an amalgamation of the small town dealers that I knew growing up in Lincoln. He’s very much a big fish in a small pond. The more quiet and boring the place, the more likely you are to find drugs in my experience – Stardog is the embodiment of that; works a normal job on weekdays but becomes a satirical Pablo Escobar at the weekends.”

Get it here and take a listen below.


New Entry: Hospital Return With New Single ""Collapsed Light"

Russian indie rock/pop band Hospital have returned with their new single "Collapsed Light".

The song is out now. Grab your copy here and stream it below.


Watch: El No Unveil Music Video For "Mr. Shurricane"‘

Tex/Ohio duo El No have shared a trippy new video for their latest single "Mr. Shurricane".

The song is taken from their forthcoming album 'Nothing is Possible', which sees release next year via Overthought Records. 

Born and raised during the apocalypse of 2020, El No is Nate Farley (Guided By Voices, The Amps, Robthebank, The Breeders) and Craig Nichols (Bellringer, Fur Coats, Dumbell, Shesus). Both with roots in the Dayton, Ohio, music scene, they are now both ex pats living in Columbus, Ohio, and Austin, Texas, respectively.

Watch/listen below.


Watch: Do Nothing Share Music Video For "Glueland"

Nottingham post punk band Do Nothing have shared the video for their latest single "Glueland".

The song is part of our current playlist and is out now. Grab it here.

Watch it below.



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Watch: Castlebeat Releases "Who You Are" Music Video

Los Angeles dream pop/lo-fi musician Castlebeat has released the video for his latest single "Who You Are".

The song is part of our current playlist and is taken from his recent album 'Melodrama', released last month (October 16) via Spirit Goth. Buy your copy here.

The video was directed by Troy Lustick. Watch it below.


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