We are super excited for you to hear the full album "Time In The Chevron" on April 1st! Until then check out the first single "Codes"!
Potluck is over the moon about the new Knurr and Spell album "Ought"!
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Sean Parker once led Pleasant, a beguiling Chapel Hill group whose slanting melodies and oblong instrumental lines should have pushed the group to the audiences that greeted Clap Your Hands Say Yeah, The Oxford Collapse or even The New Pornographers. Pleasant split years ago, and Parker has finally brought his uncanny sense of twisting time and tone back to bear with the quartet Knurr and Spell. The band’s exciting debut, Ought, takes what was great about Pleasant and decorates it in fancier clothes, fostering a tension between the hard angles of Murphy’s writing and the softer approach of the veteran players around him. And bassist Betty Rupp is a righteous vocal foil for Parker, especially on the rising, redeeming “Oh My God, You Are Insane.” —Grayson Haver Currin (Indyweek.com)
The Second Wife (Reese from The Dirty Little Heaters) Tourist is out November 10 - check out the first single off the record "Cracked Earth!"
Check It Out! Brand new album "An Old Darkness Falls" by Magnolia Collective is ready for your ears! Streaming, Digital Download, CD and Vinyl!....Give it a spin!
Cameron Stenger adds an uncommon sense of adventure to his soaring indie pop: One minute, he’s barbing the orchestral tunefulness of Andrew Bird with slacker rock distortion. The next he’s stripping some of the haze from Panda Bear-like jams, giving choruses better room to breath. Many might falter with such a heavy set of ideas, but Stenger’s songwriting remains distinct, a credit to the clear-eyed vision he brings to his material.
- Jordan Lawrence, INDYWEEK.com
SURPRISE! Corey Pallon has a new EP for us all! The mayor of turbo town is back with his new band of thieves and murderers......but dont be afraid......they are all laying in the grass watching the clouds making animal shapes and faces.
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"...and Thieves and Murderers" EP
Corey Pallon, an Atlanta songwriter who strangely trusses Sparklehorse's muted wonders with Neutral Milk Hotel's kaleidoscopic bustle. His balance of depressive singing and radiant arrangements suggests a healthier id than those of the aforementioned references. - indyweek.com