The San Antonio Current previews The Van Allen Belt show as one of 5 Shows to See This Week:
In the spirit of Washed Out, Beach House and the host of other modern acts contained in the dream pop aesthetic into which tides. comfortably slides, there’s a subtle undercurrent to their music, gentle at first, that draws you in closer. And like those acts, the trick lies in making the complex sound simple.
Thanks to Heartbreaking Bravery for including Karen Meat & the Players‘ “If I Were Yours” in this round-up of outstanding songs from 2015’s opening stretch.
Free Press Houston previews The Van Allen Belt show at Fitzgerald’s:
The Van Allen Belt of Pittsburgh drops by. The three piece has become rather well known for their brand of melting pop music. Last year they dropped the majestic sounding “Heaven On A Branch” and should make for an interesting live set.
Nailgun Media previews tonight’s Weird Mob show at The Southern Music Hall in Charlottesville, celebrating the forthcoming release of their debut full-length Wizards.
AfterEllen.com exclusively premieres Kristen Ford‘s music video for “Ramblin” from her new album Tighten it Up.
The Van Allen Belt are hitting the road this spring with their newest album Heaven On A Branch. TOAN Magazine has all of the dates, plus their video for “Different Storm”.
4/2: Chicago, IL – Hideout
4/3: Kansas City, MO – miniBar (sponsored by KC Psychfest)
4/4: Dallas, TX – Deep Ellum Arts Festival (Texas Lonestar Stage)
4/5: Houston, TX – Fitzgerald’s
4/7: Austin, TX – Cheer Up Charlies
4/8: San Antonio, TX – K23 Gallery
4/10: Montevallo, AL – Eclipse Coffee & Books
4/11: Atlanta, GA – The Drunken Unicorn
4/12: Nashville, TN – Betty’s
Shout It Loud Reviews reviews Annalibera‘s debut album Nevermind I Love You, out now on Sump Pump Records on vinyl and digital formats, calling it “a beautiful release from the young band; with a subtle sound that is completely spellbinding, yet still somehow has this huge sound.”