Saskatoon indie-rock outfit Close Talker spoke with Secret Sound Shop about Seinfeld and Ellen DeGeneres. Click the picture above to read the full interview.
Flux is at radio now via Nevado Records.
PopMatters gave Hookworms The Hum a 7/10! “This is top-notch psychedelic rock, in so many ways better than all those ancient bands and songs it’s built upon.” Click the picture to read more.
The Hum is at radio now via Weirld World.
Little May stopped by the legendary Studios 301 in Sydney to record this haunting session of “Bones.” Click the picture to watch the video recording and read Music Feeds feature on Little May’s rise to success.
Their debut self-titled EP is out now via Capitol Records.
Young Tongue premier the music video for “Cat Calls” to announce the release of their debut LP, Death Rattle, which is out now via Raw Paw. Head to Ellenwood to check out the video (which was made in just 48 hours!) and see their fall 2014 tour dates.
"Broods, New Zealand’s latest indie pop export, remixed ["Break The Rules"] into a sinister ride with skeletal production that highlights Charli’s pouty attitude." Click the picture above to head to Idolator and stream the remix.
Their album Evergreen is at radio now via Capitol Records.
CBC Saskatoon describes the process of writing Flux in just one week in their feature on Close Talker. Click the picture above to read more.
Flux is at radio now via Nevado.
Impose Magazine posted an awesome slideshow of Sallie Ford’s concert at Rough Trade NYC with Crooked Fingers and And The Kids.
Slap Back is at radio now via Vanguard.
Speakers in Code can’t contain their excitement over Bruiser Queen: “It’s like so much of my other favorite music this year — “On The Radio” reminds me a whole lot of Ex Hex’s Rips — in that it takes no prisoners, makes no mistakes about what it is, and just lays it out on the line.”
Their new album Sweet Static is at radio now via Boxing Clever Records.
"Hookworms’ reputation, like The Hum itself, lies in the drone and the uncontrollable constants of their music that remain even after they’ve shattered its thick atmosphere with sharp punches of proto-punk-inspired malevolence." Click the picture above to read the full feature by Brudenell Social Club and listen to The Hum, which is at radio now via Weird World.
“Asleep Versions is an example of artistic mastery through the melody. Less is sometimes the best thing.” Check out the full review of Jon Hopkins’ Asleep Versions by Quip Magazine! His EP is at radio now via Domino.