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New Jonny Clousson EP Available for Streaming & Download

Jonny Clousson, of North Carolina’s Almost People, recently shared a pair of tracks. The Two Cents EP gradually builds melodically in an uphill climb. A conversational, stream-of-consciousness lyricism opens an avenue into the emotive, internal monologue. Casual, contagious energy and sing-along-inspiring hooks make you want to stay there. Instead of getting caught up in the past or the future, slow it down, listen, and enjoy the moment.





New Track: "A Song For Those Who Miss You All The Time" - Thin Lips

Thin Lips just announced that their new full-length album, Chosen Family, is scheduled for release on July 27 via Lame-O Records. Its first single, “A Song For Those Who Miss You All The Time,” channels the grief from the death of Chrissy and Mikey Tashijan’s younger brother. A conversational recollection is encountered via a dream. Addressing numerous, lingering, unanswered questions, the pain of personal loss remains. There’s a comfort in the smoothness of the emotive vocals and the crisp guitar licks. As we move forward, we still carry the memory of those we love with us. Before heading out on tour with good pals Hop Along, Thin Lips are slated to open for Japandroids on Tuesday, July 24 at Boot & Saddle.





New Strange Parts LP Available for Streaming & Purchase

Oh God, What A Beautiful Time I Spent In The Wild, the debut LP from the pairing of Attia Taylor & Corey Duncan, a.k.a. Strange Parts, was recently released via Specious Arts. Produced by Jeff Zeigler, the album offers an interplay between the soothing, silky vocals that vaporize in an intriguing psych-pop symmetry and the honed but heavy, upfront position of the rolling groove. A whimsical sweetness ventures and melds with eccentricities, creating an imaginative realism. One slips into the fantasy setting, but can also relate on a grounded, personal level.





New Track/Video: "Glider" - Japanese Breakfast

Michelle Zauner, a.k.a. Japanese Breakfast, just shared that she'll be working on the soundtrack for another video game called Sable. (Last year, Zauner posted an online roleplaying game that she named Japanese Breakfast.) Her latest project is "a coming-of-age tale of discovery through exploration across a strikingly rendered open world desert." Below is the video for Sable's announcement trailer, which also contains the soundtrack's lead single, "Glider". The animation was provided by Micah Holland. The video game is scheduled for release in 2019 for PC and console.





Eucademix unleashes fiercely experimental songs at Elsewhere on 06.13

It’s been over 20 years since the landmark debut album from Cibo Matto Viva! La Woman, and in that time founding member Yuka Honda has continued to push sonic boundaries. Through collaborations with artists like Yoko Ono and Nels Cline, her work has never settled down and continues to change shape. Now, under the Eucademix monicker, she is once again reshaping how we think about music. Focusing on the “limitations of logic”, she has crafted electronic pieces the are unshapely and abrasive. Hissing feedback acts a barrier to entry, but the intricate breakbeats and pulsing synthesizers offer a song that rewards a patient listener. Pushing pass the abrasive moments, Honda finds serenity in the kinetic and exploratory maelstrom of her compositions. Her experimental constructions can be heard at Elsewhere on June 13. - Tucker Pennington

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