Have you heard the newest track from José González yet? If not, now there’s no excuse because Stereogum, KEXP, and Under The Radar are all raving about it! “Leaf Off / The Cave” is available for streaming at each site via SoundCloud.
Watch José González’s perform the song LIVE at the P3 Guld in Sweden here!
"Leaf Off / The Cave" is adding at radio NOW!
Washington City Paper has this to say about Tomás Pagán Motta’s single “I Don’t Care” off his self-titled debut album:
"“I Don’t Care,” a warm, folksy fusion of twangy acoustic guitar and slick pedal steel, laced with pulse-setting shakers."
Tomás Pagán Motta is going for adds NOW via Eight Gang Switch and is due out March 3.
"T Bird & the Breaks have truly tapped into a sound that is fresh, exciting, and contagiously danceable."
Glide premiered their fun, lo-fi music video for “Harmonizm,” the title track to T Bird & the Breaks new album, which is at radio now via Natch’l Boogie Music.
The Amazing’s new music video “Picture You” takes you on a peaceful walk through the city, says The Fader. “Picture You” is at radio now via Partisan Records, and their LP Picture You comes out in February!
To download, stream, or get more info on the releases below, visitwww.distillerpromo.com.
Cheerleader - “The Sunshine Of Your Youth” (Bright Antenna)
José Gonazález - “Leaf Off/The Cave” (Mute)
Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey - Worker (The Royal Potato Family)
Tomás Pagán Motta - Tomás Pagán Motta (Eight Gang Switch)
Redtenbacher’s Funkestra - Dr. Hypenstein (Wooden Hat)
Various Artists - Rhythm & Dub (Rhythm & Culture)
Zomba Prison Project - "I Have No Everything Here" (Six Degrees)
Last month St. Louis alt-country rockers Jon Hardy and the Public stopped by local independent radio station KDHX to lay down a few tracks. Head over to kdhx.org to stream the full session. Restless City is at radio NOW!
Here’s what SPIN had to say about The Amazing’s video for “Picture You”:
"Swedish supergroup the Amazing have a picturesque new clip out for the title track from their forthcoming record, Picture You. Clocking in at nine full minutes, the black-and-white video, which comes directed courtesy of Shilling & Shilling, depicts an attractive woman (played by actress Tamsin Topolski) ambling through a series of city streets. Speaking tothe Fader about the visuals, frontman Christoffer Gunrup said, "It’s about when dreams become nightmares. Wonderful feeling."
Picture You in its entirety hits shelves 2/17 via Partisan Records.
Photo Cred: Bob Boilen/NPR
Benjamin Verdoes of Iska Dhaaf discusses the differences between Seattle and New York City with Do206. Check out the full interview here.