No Joy Releases Single “Hollywood Teeth” for Upcoming Album

No Joy Releases Single “Hollywood Teeth” for Upcoming Album

Gazers are bracing for the impending impact of No Joy’s highly anticipated album More Faithful, playing “Moon In My Mouth” and “Everything New” on perpetual repeat. Contrary to some tastemakers, who took the latter single as a wholesale change to the murky waters of way-too-dreamy-pop, Lloyd/White-Gluz and the gang successfully mindfucked the Internet by pulling […]

05.26.2015 · Filled under: Music News, New Release · No Comments »
Bandcamp Spotlight #26 — Savage Sister / Huge Moves

Bandcamp Spotlight #26 — Savage Sister / Huge Moves

Once playing a low-fog, drippy-reverb ambient pop of a Goswell/Ian future, Chicago kids Chloe Lundren, Caitlin Klask, and Michael Tenzer presently craft a blend of synth and voice as Savage Sister, kinda like a White Poppy x M83 collaboration in the depths of the Krubera Cave. It’s Slowdive in the Macbook era. It’s Sleep ∞ Over […]

05.21.2015 · Filled under: Bandcamp Spotlight · No Comments »
Heavïness on their new single, influences, and MBV comparisons

Heavïness on their new single, influences, and MBV comparisons

One of the most criminally underrated and enigmatic bands in shoegaze circa 2000’s is Stockholm’s Heavïness. Coming out of the tail-end of renewed interest in nu-gaze (popularized by bands like My Vitriol, The Brother Kite, and Airiel) and the height of Myspace social networking, Heavïness released their 2006 self-titled debut album, which was met with strong […]

05.18.2015 · Filled under: Music News, New Release · No Comments »
Video Premiere – Seasurfer / No Happy Day

Video Premiere – Seasurfer / No Happy Day

Seasurfer released a monster of a debut album in 2014 on Saint Marie Records titled “Dive In“. They recently completed a new EP titled “Headlights” and are offering it via PledgeMusic to help fund the recording of their follow-up LP. We are happy to premiere the first video from the new EP titled “No Happy Day”. PledgeMusic details […]

05.13.2015 · Filled under: Video · No Comments »
Gliss Re-releases Debut LP, Announces New Album

Gliss Re-releases Debut LP, Announces New Album

Danish-American duo Gliss have re-released their debut LP Kick in Your Heart, the garage rock album that started it all, re-mixed and re-mastered with three bonus tracks. The release marks a 10-year anniversary for Martin Klingerman and Victoria Cecilia, who have since parted ways with distortion (and David Reiss) to explore watercolor synth textures. Even […]

05.13.2015 · Filled under: Music News, New Release · No Comments »
Turnover — Peripheral Vision / Review

Turnover — Peripheral Vision / Review

Turnover Peripheral Vision Run For Cover Records The Virginia Beach boys Turnover have surprised their fans with the new Peripheral Vision, released May 4th on the ever-growing Run For Cover Records, home to third-wave shoegazing acts Whirr, Nothing, Pity Sex, and Cloakroom. And for what it’s worth Peripheral Vision widens the myopia of emo-revivalism’s fan base. […]

05.09.2015 · Filled under: Review · No Comments »
Bandcamp Spotlight #25 – SPC ECO / Dark Matter

Bandcamp Spotlight #25 – SPC ECO / Dark Matter

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05.08.2015 · Filled under: Bandcamp Spotlight · No Comments »
Blog Share #31 – A.R. Kane announces plan to play a fest this summer

Blog Share #31 – A.R. Kane announces plan to play a fest this summer

Update: TMT contacted Rudy for further details, and he clarified that this is not a “reunion,” among other things: “Well, we have yet to finalise the details – it is a festival in the south of England is all I can say right now — very small, very artistic. I have yet to sort the […]

05.01.2015 · Filled under: Blog Share · No Comments »
Moon King Release New LP “Secret Life,” Tour US and Europe

Moon King Release New LP “Secret Life,” Tour US and Europe

They call themselves Toronto pop, but Moon King is so much more. Maddy Wilde and Daniel Woodhead spin dense, notched webs of synth and fuzz to electronic beats, starting with their two-part releases Obsession I and II on Canadian label One Big Silence. Two weeks ago, Moon King released the LP Secret Life on Last […]

04.26.2015 · Filled under: New Release · No Comments »
Dråpe Releases New Single “Together We Are Pstereo”

Dråpe Releases New Single “Together We Are Pstereo”

Norwegian dreampop group Dråpe have released their first single following the re-release of Carnicular Days in 2014: “Together We Are Pstereo” is out from Riot Factory on iTunes, Spotify, WiMP, and TIDAL. The single, made for the Norwegian music festival PStereo, shines outward in all directions with heady vocals and dazzling synths. Dråpe will also be traveling around […]

04.20.2015 · Filled under: Music News, New Release · No Comments »
La Sera to Record New Album, Free Show on April 26

La Sera to Record New Album, Free Show on April 26

Katy Goodman announced on Facebook that she will begin to record the fourth album as La Sera following 2014’s Hour of the Dawn. We were pretty smitten with her East-Coast-noisepop-meets-West-Coast-surf-rock sensibilities (read our review here), and this announcement has us crushing hard. This time, Goodman’s enlisted the efforts of Ryan Adams’ PAX AM recording studio, guitarist Todd Wisenbacker, […]

04.16.2015 · Filled under: Music News · No Comments »
Sheer — Interview

Sheer — Interview

Sheer Facebook Tumblr Sheer (stylized SHEER) is a quickly rising band from Simi Valley, CA that we first covered for the DreamGaze Festival earlier this year. You can read a recap of the event here. FMWYK – Please introduce yourselves! J: I’m Jules. I’m from Thousand Oaks, from Simi Valley. I joined the band, the last member of the band […]

04.10.2015 · Filled under: Interview · No Comments »
Swervedriver – I Wasn’t Born To Lose You / Review

Swervedriver – I Wasn’t Born To Lose You / Review

Swervedriver I Wasn’t Born To Lose You Cobraside I Wasn’t Born To Lose You, the fifth album heralding Swervedriver’s return, hums with and of the force of their past works — an album about impermanence. Swervedriver had their roots in riff-dominant rock structures, and when they signed with Creation Records, sounded nothing like their labelmate peers. The […]

04.03.2015 · Filled under: Review · No Comments »
Godspeed You! Black Emperor – Asunder, Sweet and Other Distress / Review

Godspeed You! Black Emperor – Asunder, Sweet and Other Distress / Review

Godspeed You! Black Emperor Asunder, Sweet and Other Distress Constellation Records Godspeed You! Black Emperor has a history nearly as interesting as their music and band name. The Canadian post-­rock outfit — which currently consists of Efrim Menuck, Mike Moya, Mauro Pezzente, David Bryant, Aidan Girt, Sophie Trudeau, Theirry Amar, and Tim Herzog — have […]

03.31.2015 · Filled under: Review · No Comments »
Video of the Week #56 – A Place to Bury Strangers – What We Don’t See

Video of the Week #56 – A Place to Bury Strangers – What We Don’t See

A Place to Bury Strangers released their music video for “What We Don’t See” from their new album Transfixiation. Directed by Jimmy Fusil, the video gets up close and personal with everything but the band as they kick up hurricanes of sound in the studio. If you haven’t listened to this song, you might want to keep […]

03.31.2015 · Filled under: Video Of The Week · No Comments »