Distortion is a track from Mount Eerie’s upcoming album, Now Only.
It sounds like Now Only picks up where last year’s A Crow Looked At Me left off.
Phil Elverum, who performs as Mount Eerie, writes songs about life — and raising his young daughter — following the loss of his wife to cancer.
The new self-released album is expected out March 16.
Preoccupations, the dark post-punk band formerly known as Viet Cong, is coming out with a new album, plainly titled New Material, in March.
Today the band released the track Espionage from the album. It sounds great and foreshadows an exciting new release.
The new album is expected out March 23.
Suuns will release its new album Felt March 2.
The band just released this video for the track Watch You, Watch Me.
Purling Hiss Photographed by Constance Mensh
Park Bench Imagination is a hazy, laid-back song off Purling Hiss’ latest EP, Breeze.
The EP is available on Bandcamp.
Check out the video below.
A few days ago, I highlighted five overlooked or underappreciated albums from last year. Well, here are another seven that didn’t get the love they deserved in 2017.
Flat Worms – Flat Worms
Frankie Rose – Cage Tropical
Alex Lahey – I Love You Like a Brother
Ohmme – Ohmme
Wand – Plum
The Pollyseeds – Sounds of Crenshaw Vol. 1
The Safes – Tasty Waves
Mind Spiders plans to release the band’s latest album, Furies, at the end of this month.
Listen to the title track.
There were dozens of excellent albums last year, including many that were overlooked or underappreciated.
Critics and fans, including myself, missed some interesting finds in their year-end lists.
Here are five of them:
Lost Balloons – Hey Summer
Anna Altman – Freightliner
CFM – Dichotomy Desaturated
Roya – Roya
The Rubs – Impossible Dream