Earbuddy premieres the new music video from Extravision!
With Extravision, Stier creates sprawling, psychedelic songs that utilize 12-string guitar, synthesized drone loops, drum machines, and warm electric guitar. Extravision recently released its debut album, Waking Up, where Stier explores themes of death, overcoming fears, and beautiful simplicities. Today, Earbuddy premieres the music video for the album’s longest song, “The Dark Where I Could Only Hear”. It’s a journey that lasts over seven minutes, but it’s definitely one worth taking.
Treble premieres the new music video from Extravision, calling it “…a heady, disorienting haze of classic rock sounds and space-rock layers, somewhere between Spiritualized and The War on Drugs (and a touch of Phosphorescent), with some disembodied child voices and electronic drones.”
Brightest Young Things premieres the new single and music video for “Nearly Perished Before,” the lead single off Some Distant Light, the forthcoming debut album from Columbus, OH’s Cryptids After Dark, set for release from Charlottesville label Hibernator Gigs on December 8th!
“We like anything that reminds us of a Wes Anderson movie…[‘Nearly Perished Before’] features found objects, green screen adventures and old photos for the ultimate mind-blowingly DIY experience. It’s a fun one.”
Impose interviews Midnight Opera and premieres their new music video “Chromatose”:
…an ever-changing style & sound design that mixes the mysterious with vibrant & ambitious experimentations of audio & all out presentation… haunted art houses extend the energy & artifices held over from All Hallows’ Eve decorum where Midnight Opera gathers like enlightened specters to celebrate the emergences of a full new moon to light up their night.
Gollay premieres their new music video “Built For Love” + Rachel Gollay discusses her love of vinyl with The Vinyl District!
Gloom Balloon premieres the music video for “The Shit You Put Me Through” today! Check it out over at Treble and pick up the new album, out now on Maximum Ames Records:
“…a string-laden pop tune that nods to ’70s era pop, with lots of orchestral grandeur”
Impose gives the first glimpse of The Sour Notes‘ new single “Stay Close – Free For the Taking”:
“…The Sour Notes brightest pop melodies where a multitude of up-bubbling feelings rise up like a team of butterflies that spring out from the center of the human spirit in song.”
Stream the song and check out the interview with The Sour Notes’ Jared Boulanger on the song’s origins, the current Austin music scene, and forthcoming album Darkest Sour, coming November 24th.
Speak Into My Good Eye premieres the new Gloom Balloon music video “A Sky That Looks Like A Bruise”
Music Defined premieres Gloom Balloon‘s music video “Alone In My Head”:
A while back he was selling shirts that say ‘Pat Sounds,’ a play on The Beach Boys of course, but I think that DTEOTGOG,UTSATM is the closest to Brian Wilson any human deserves to get. The production is totally compelling, drawing your ear to sounds that have little to do with the melody, but help make up the whole. It’s an atmospheric record that can also be enjoyed purely on the surface-a rare treat for music lovers.
All Things Go premieres Gloom Balloon‘s new single and music video for “Saddest Story Ever”!
“Saddest Story Ever” depicts the momentary lapses in reason that often accompany drinking alone. Vocal patterns appear and disappear, pirouetting in the haze while Mellotron doom and the inevitability of the spoken word drag the listener into a downward spiral.
The track is off their forthcoming sophomore album Drying the Tears of the Goddess of Gloom, Underneath the Stars and the Moon out September 1st on Maximum Ames Records.
Impose premieres Gloom Balloon‘s new music video for “Drying the Eyes of the Goddess of Gloom” off their forthcoming sophomore LP, out on 9/1/17 on Maximum Ames Records!
“the perfect ballad…an intriguing sound…accompanied by an even more intriguing music video”
Indie30 features PLEASURES and their new music video “Luscious Wave”:
…their dark pop oriented and intensely dreamy new single, ‘Luscious Wave’. A master work of angular sonic manipulation where nothing is at it seems, from the warped yet inviting vocal approach of vocalist/guitarist Katherine Kelly to the soundscape shifting effects employed to each instrument, it’s an enveloping and thrilling ride.
YabYum West features Bad Pop’s music video for “Bad Pop” in advance of their Phoenix show at Last Exit Live.
The Wild Honey Pie premieres the new music video by The Shivers — watch the beautiful “Heaven’s Cryin’,” with visuals captured entirely by drone in the Catskill Mountains, complete with abandoned hotel from the 1800’s, icy cliffside picnic and Keith Zarriello in a lookout tower.
Quirky NY Chick previews The Shivers’ Grey Romantic album release show tonight at Music Hall of Williamsburg and shares the new music video “The Dirty Shed”.
Northern Transmissions premieres PLEASURES’ trippy “Luscious Wave” music video:
“‘Luscious Wave’ is…about falling in love and never wanting to be apart. It celebrates people in our lives who make us feel like we can do anything by bringing out the most honest version of ourselves.”
Pancakes and Whiskey premieres “The Dirty Shed,” the stunning new music video from The Shivers, directed by Tara Violet Niami (artist). The single is from the forthcoming album ‘Grey Romantic,’ out on Valentine’s Day with a release party on 2/18 at Music Hall of Williamsburg.
Head over to Impose for the premiere of the new music video from PLEASURES!
“With their new video for ‘Gemini Twin,’ PLEASURES hold nothing back. Directed by Robert Jensen, a stop motion video takes the viewer into desolation and desire, a constant amalgam of confusion– exactly what the song’s subject matter entails.”
The Alternate Root Magazine premieres Levi Parham’s new music video “I’m Behind Ya” off his new album These American Blues, out now on Music Road Records!
“I had been talking to a friend who was struggling with personal dilemmas, and the words ‘I’m behind ya’ just came out. Sometimes, just having someone on your side can make the world of difference.”