Delicate Steve performed the music for this rad video called “Tallest Heights!” It’s part of a series called “Hello, Again” which “asks filmmakers to reimagine the familiar into something fresh and new.” The video was directed by Becky and Joe.
Can’t get enough of Sallie Ford & The Sound Outside? It is time for a very literal interpretation. Take an instagram photo (or as many as you want until June 1!) of your untamed hair and tag it #untamedbeast for a chance to win merch + hair products!
“The band’s talent for crafting deceptively simple, hook-studded tunes that run both the stylistic and emotional gamut is again underlined, most strikingly on the segueing of the goodtime, Supergrass-toned ‘Tearing The Arches Down’ into gorgeous, soft grey lament ‘The Sober Scent Of Paper.’” - eMusic’s review of Alone Aboard the Ark
Read the full review of The Leisure Society’s Alone Aboard the Ark! The album is going for spins at radio now!
“Dungeonesse’s sound is poised somewhere between the past and present. Their take on the poppier side of modern R&B would sound at home on a playlist with Jessie Ware and Solange, but they’re also trying to reanimate a very specific mid-90s vibe— think Jock Jams for a private party rather than a whole bleacher-rocking stadium. They embrace their influences wholeheartedly, enough to bring the past vividly into the present moment.” - Pitchfork’s review of Dungeonesse
Read the full Pitchfork review of Dungeonesse’s self-titled debut! It’s at radio now!
The time is almost here! Heliotropes’ A Constant Sea will be released on Manimal in just a few weeks (adding at radio on 6/10)! Download “Psalms” and read up on our favorite Brooklyn psych “band of sisters (not actual sisters, sisters in rock solidarity)” on Impose!
“Grant’s neuroses arrive dripping with honesty and forthrightness, mostly expletively and with alarming impact. Grant writes marvelously personal lyrics, full of gusto and self-awareness and a semi-hidden sneer that make even his demure compositions seem like some kind of super-mature punk rock performance art.” - Paste’s review of Pale Green Ghosts
Read the full review of John Grant’s Pale Green Ghosts on Paste.
John Grant is at radio now; keep on spinning the record!