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Calendar says it’s Friday, so we’d best be ready with fresh new tracks for your enjoyment! We’re happy to be spinning out the new release from 17歳とベルリンの壁 (Seventeen Years Old And Berlin Wall, pictured above), as well as Beladrone, Iress, Agent blå, Mount Murai, Seaside, Rosewilder, Sleepy, The Dead and the Downright Queer, flowerbomb, Audiobaton, […]

Progressive shoegaze postpunk outfit A Shoreline Dream present their new single “Melting”, hot on the trail of lead track “Seek To Hide”. Complete with aesthetically complementary videos shot and edited by Ryan Policky, these are the first tasters of their long-awaited Melting LP, to be released in late August via Latenight Weeknight Records. Set to […]

While we recognize this album review celebrates a release from over a month ago, we publish anyway, as it fits squarely into consideration for Best Albums of 2020, thus deserving deeper examination. – Ed. Nominees for my album of the year just keep piling up. Adding to the list this week are New York-based duo […]

This weekend is packed with reverb and shimmer. And that’s not something we’d lie about. Our headliner: Winter, who has dropped a solid platter that’s legitimately an Album of the Year contender. We’ll have a more fulsome review by Monday, suffice to say Samira Winter has learned the lessons from years of honing her craft, […]

Oops, it’s July. Who can tell in quarantine? Spinning up the new, the rare classic reissues, and the occasional track that’s fresh to us. We’re back, we’re loaded down, we’re ready to run. Headliners this weekend include Teen Idle (pictured above), Luster, Bleached Heat, DA/ZE, Asimov, Yeah Baby, Superocean, Iress, Strangers In My House, Weedipus, […]

Sacramento breakout artists Weathering exploded on our air as 2019 drew to a close, and it was a game-changer. Immediate, tuneful, and instantly engaging, the core of Elinor Carbone (vox) and Alex Acuna (gtr/bass/synth) started dropping memorable song after memorable song. Shades of Pity Sex, Cloakroom and The Cure swirl throughout their dynamic writing and […]

Bursting out of El Paso, Texas come Eep with their debut album, Death of a Very Good Machine. This is a band with a story to tell, a message for the listener. One which repeats throughout this album. A message born from the life experience of founding member Rosie Varela. Quite simply, that message is, […]

It’s a new weekend, and a huge haul of fresh new tracks for your appreciation. We’re leading with Sweam (pictured above), with a fresh yet familiar amalgam of shoegaze, pop and psych flavors that will linger in your ears. We’re leaning in heavily on new releases from Hum, 93millionmilesfromthesun, Idi Et Amin, Bones Garage, Aire […]

We opened this month’s DreamGaze Worldwide III presentation with textural magic. Brilliant sets from Star Tropics, Animal Ghosts, 93MillionMilesFromTheSun, and The City Gates welcomed the world to our odd little corner of sonic excellence, and set the tone for all that was to follow. Setting a high bar. It’s what we do. DreamGaze Worldwide III, […]

There is so much to recommend in this, the second hour of our DreamGaze Worldwide III presentation. A world premiere song and video from New Age Healers, featuring guest appearances from Katie Haley (Soft Science), Jim Biggs (Black Nite Crash), and My Young (Jupe Jupe), with proceeds to benefit Seattle’s Creative Justice nonprofit. And it’s […]