Palehound will release a 7-inch record for the Saddle Creek label in January.
Sea of Blood is the B side to YMCA Pool. The release is part of Omaha-based Saddle Creek’s “Document Series.”
Pre-order here. Listen to it below.
Young Jesus is a foursome who formed in Chicago and moved to L.A.
The band just signed to Saddle Creek, the long-running Omaha record label, and plans to release a self-titled album in February.
Slint, Built to Spill, Pile and others are name checked in the band’s publicity material.
Here’s a video for the almost 10-minute song Feeling, which does draw on some of the aforementioned influences.
As everything else with Angel Olsen, her just-released collection of demos, B-sides and outtakes has some stunning moments.
For instance, on Phases, Olsen treats us to Sans, a demo from 2015.
The standout track is Special, an outtake from her excellent 2016 album, My Woman.
It’s been three weeks since Ty Segall released a new song.
So, of course, it’s time for yet another one.
Segall just released My Lady’s On Fire. It’s a ballad but takes a little different approach than much of his catalog. A little piano and saxophone end this pop song on a jazzy note.
Check it out here.
Pinegrove just released a new song, Intrepid.
Listen to it here:
Watch it performed live here:
Tickets are $10 — cash only — and will be sold at the door when it opens at 9 p.m. Friday night. No lining up before 7 p.m., according to an email from the Bottle.
One ticket per person.
Both bands released decent albums this year and have strong back catalogs. They are both highly energetic live.
Shilpa Ray is a Brooklyn singer songwriter who melds blues, doo-wop, garage and other musical styles often punctuated by her big, booming voice.
On Door Girl, Ray reflects on life — nightlife in particular — in New York. It’s told from the perspective of someone who actually worked the door of a Lower East Side bar in Manhattan. Her music is original and interesting.
She plays Hideout Saturday.
Last month, I shared the new single from Protomartyr, Don’t Go to Anacita.
Now, there’s a video to go with the song.
As these guys are known for their intense delivery, this song and the band’s new album, Relatives in Descent, is no exception.
Watch the video here: