SONG PREMIERE: Frogbelly and Symphony premiere 2nd single “Minderbinder”

Groundsounds premieres NYC/UK 4-piece Frogbelly and Symphony‘s second single “Minderbinder” from their debut full-length Blue Bright Ow Sleep, an ode to the character from Joseph Heller’s Catch 22 and dedicated to the opportunistic existentialist punk in us all. The album is out in the U.S. on March 24th on CD, vinyl and digital formats from Labelship UK.

VIDEO PREMIERE: The Wild Honey Pie premieres Annalibera’s video “Black Cat White Cat”

The Wild Honey Pie premieres the first video from Annalibera‘s debut album Nevermind I Love You – check out the video for “Black Cat White Cat,” created by Deft, which looks back at the trials and errors of teenage experience, and pre-order the vinyl, out March 24th on Sump Pump Records.

“Beautifully moody…Its emotive vocals ebb and flow, reaching a climax during the chorus while a slow-burning mesh of synths, percussion and carefully plucked guitar swirl overhead.”

KDHX features Annalibera’s “Black Cat White Cat” as Song of the Day

KDHX features Annalibera‘s “Black Cat White Cat” as Song of the Day!

With an eerie and intimate ambience, the new single “Black Cat White Cat” by Annalibera seduces on the strength of Anna Gebhardt’s searing alto and dreamy imagism.

ALSO:
Annalibera on Birp.fm
Annalibera on AudioFemme
Annalibera on The Von Pip Musical Express
Annalibera on Distant Records
Annalibera on Bucket Full of Nails
Annalibera on Buzznet
Annalibera on Comic Pop Library
Annalibera on 32 ft/sec

Americana UK reviews Christian Lee Hutson’s album “Yeah Okay, I Know”

Americana UK reviews Christian Lee Hutson‘s sophomore full-length Yeah Okay, I Know, out now on Trailer Fire Records.

9/10: “Startlingly good. Like ‘years end list’ good…daring, vibrant and original. One of those that they would normally call a career defining piece of work and one that sets the bar high for whatever he hits us with next. A remarkable album.”

ALSO:
Read Christian’s Nashville Five on Lockeland Springsteen
Watch “Monster” on Rust Magazine
Watch “Late November” on Heartbreaking Bravery
Watch “Ghost To Coast” on Diffuser.fm
Watch “They’re All Gonna Hate Me” on The Bluegrass Situation
Watch “Dirty Little Cheat” on Twang Nation
Watch “Castles in the Air” on Southern Manners
Watch “Mess” on The Vinyl District
Watch “I Do Mean Well” on Americana Daily

Bitch Magazine loves Field Division’s single “Faultlines”

Bitch Magazine includes Field Division‘s lead single “Faultlines,” from their debut EP Reverie State, in its feature of “17 New Songs We Love”!

ALSO:
Stream the Reverie State EP on American Songwriter
Watch “Faultlines” on CMJ
Watch “Hollow Body Weather” on Folk Radio UK
Listen to “Hollow Body Weather” on Wondering Sound
Listen to “Modest Mountains” (featuring Andrew Heringer of Milo Greene) on The 405
Listen to “Of Lives We’ve Never Known” on Blahblahblah Science
Listen to “To Innisfree Land” on Gold Flake Paint
Listen to “Faultlines” on My Old Kentucky Blog

Rock and Roll Creations reviews Pollen’s “Buyer’s” EP

Rock and Roll Creations reviews Pollen‘s Buyer’s EP, coming out on cassette and digital formats on March 10th:

Full of heavy sounding tunes with a slight punk and indie tone to them, the band also try to highlight social issues with their well-crafted lyrics. With plenty of distorted sounding guitars and vocals, they manage to convey a feeling of living in the modern world with their music.

The Deli Austin reviews Pollen’s new “Buyer’s” EP

The Deli Austin reviews Pollen‘s Buyer’s EP, coming out on cassette on March 10th:

It’s raw as fuck music, both in terms of its no frills, no bullshit approach and for its true garage band sound, and single “Supply Chain” is one that’ll get pounding around in your head for a while. It’s a little bit old NYC dancepunk with a bit of D.C.’s The Evens, plus some Austin awareness and DIY that work pretty well together.