Premiere : Warm Soda : “Cryin For A Love”

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Symbolic Dream, the forthcoming third album from Austin, TX’s Warm Soda is out on May 4th via Castle Face Records. It is full of throwback power-pop guitar riffs and teenage angst-ridden lyrical content made for summer nights cruising in your 1980’s Trans Am while wearing a distressed jean jacket and smoking a cigarette. Following the first single “I Wanna Go Fast”, we have the second reveal from it “Cryin For A Love” clocking in just over 2-minutes. Listen below.

Video : Shura : “2Shy”

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London’s Shura has shared the new video for her latest single “2Shy”. In it, you get visuals of breezy, ocean views to match light feel of the track and various people in different locations looking isolated and alone, only to slowly start dancing. Watch below.

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Stream : Mura Masa : ‘Someday Somewhere’ EP

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After throwing up a countdown on his website, possibly our favorite producer in the game at the moment, 18 year old producer Mura Masa (Alex Crossan), has unveiled his amazing new seven-song EP, Someday Somewhere. In addition to the perfect beats, the EP features vocals from some rising stars Nao, Denai Moore & Jay Prince. While there is not a bad song on it, “Firefly” featuring Nao and “Lovesick Fuck” might be the true gems of the collection for us. Stream it in full below.

Video Premiere : Abram Shook : “Understood”

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Experimental is often a word that is tossed around quite often when describing musical attributes, but experimental is really the only way to describe the forthcoming LP, Landscape Dream, from Austin, TX’s Abram Shook. How else can you describe an album that references ’70s-era rock in one moment, blue-eyed soul/funk laced with African and Brazilian influences in the next. It makes for quite a compelling journey toeing the line between reality and imagination.

In the video for single “Understood”, director Eric Power creates his own unique, surreal vision utilizing shot cut paper stop motion with live action segments I filmed in and around Austin. Power explains it is created around the idea to “tell a story of a man and a woman who are connected in ways that aren’t fully described.” He continues, “Instead of everything being “Understood”, I decided to go for the opposite approach.”

Landscape Dream is out on May 12th courtesy of Western Vinyl. Watch and listen below.

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Song : Stealing Sheep : “Greed”

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The sophomore album, Not Real, from trio Stealing Sheep is out next week on April 14th via Heavenly Recordings. The LP is full of vibrant psych-pop gems and dreamlike melodies with darker undertones. Today, they have let go of another song from it “Greed” that follows the fantastic title track from a couple of months back. Listen below.

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Song : Chromatics : “In Films”

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The new Chromatics album, Dear Tommy, is setting up nicely to be an album of the year contender at this point. Following reveals of “Just Like You” and “I Can Never Be Myself When You’re Around”, the Portland project has given a third great song from it titled “In Films” for streaming and download. Intially, we were told sometime in March was going to be the release date for the LP, but obviously that has passed at this point, but it should be out in full any day now. Listen and download below.

Song : White Reaper : “Make Me Wanna Die”

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We are really excited about this one. Our friends from Louisville’s White Reaper have announced their debut LP, White Reaper Does It Again, the follow-up to their great self-titled EP from last year. The album will hit shelves on July 17th through Polyvinyl. To go with the announcement, they are letting go of the frenetic first single “Make Me Wanna Die” that really encapsulates the in-your-face, yet melodic garage psychedelia they have become known for with a surf-rock twist. Give the song a spin below and be sure to check out their tour itinerary to catch one of their unpredictable live shows.

Tour Dates:
4/30 – Cleveland, OH – Mahall’s
5/01 – Washington DC – Rock N Roll Hotel
5/02 – Brooklyn, NY – Music Hall of Williamsburg
5/04 – North Hampton, MA – Iron Horse
5/05 – Allston, MA – Great Scott
5/09 – Kalamazoo, MI – Bell’s Eccentric Café
6/04 – Newport, KY – Southgate House Revival
6/05 – Indianapolis, IN – The HI-FI
6/06 – Grand Rapids, MI – The Stache at The Intersection
6/07 – St. Louis, MO – The Firebird
6/08 – Kansas City, MO – The Riot Room
6/11 – Sacramento, CA – Harlow’s
6/12 – Portland, OR – Dante’s
6/13 – Seattle, WA – Neumo’s
6/14 – Boise, ID – Neurolux
6/15 – Salt Lake City, UT – Bar Deluxe
6/16 – Denver, CO – Larimer Lounge
6/17 – Omaha, NE – The Waiting Room
6/18 – Des Moines, IA – Vaudeville Mews
6/19 – Minneapolis, MN – First Avenue
6/20 – Milwaukee, WI – Mad Planet
7/17-7/19 – Louisville, KY – Forecastle Music Festival

Video : Panda Bear : “Tropic of Cancer”

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“Tropic of Cancer” might be our favorite song from Panda Bear’s latest album, Panda Bear Meets the Grim Reaper. Today, he has unveiled a visual directed by Animal Collective band member Dave Portner.

Porners says of the video found below, “It’s always been in the spirit of Animal Collective to want to collaborate in many artistic ways with each other. Having been a fan of Noah’s music since we were teenagers, it’s sweet to finally be able to collaborate with him on something other than just making sounds and songs. I also am thankful to get my first shot at making something a little more long running in the visual/video world. This is one of my favorite songs on the record, hence my being involved with it. I’m grateful and excited to have worked on every moment of it and to have worked with all the sweet people who helped me put it together.”

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