Halycine share “Circles”

NYC band Halycine premiered the first single from their forthcoming debut today. The track “Circles” is available to hear below. Halycine, the moniker for the solo project of singer/guitarist Chloe Raynes, is a fresh new voice in indie rock. Her debut EP, In The Salt, is a collection of five songs that she wrote and produced, and three videos that she directed. It … Continue reading Halycine share “Circles”

Happy Diving share “Holy Ground,” tour (2016)

Formed in the suburbs of San Francisco’s East Bay in 2013, Happy Diving play loud, spiritual rock music with a strong pop sensibility on the subject of freedom, love and pain. Though the band has seen various member and location changes (now with members living in Seattle, Vancouver and Oakland), the five-piece has gained notoriety for their blistering, high-energy performances … Continue reading Happy Diving share “Holy Ground,” tour (2016)

Dot Dash share “The Infinite” as free download

Here’s a second free/giveaway MP3 of another song from the new Dot Dash record: https://dotdashdc.bandcamp.com/track/the-infinite Plus there’s also this one: https://dotdashdc.bandcamp.com/track/daddy-long-legs For more information about Dot Dash, visit them here: https://www.facebook.com/dotdashdc Searchlights, the new album from Dot Dash, is out now on The Beautiful Music. It’s the Washington D.C.-based band’s fifth album in less than five years, all of them released … Continue reading Dot Dash share “The Infinite” as free download

The Bouncing Souls ready Simplicity, tour (2016)

Legendary New Jersey punks, The Bouncing Souls, are gearing up for the release of their tenth full length, Simplicity, due out July 29 via Rise Records. To make Simplicity, The Bouncing Souls reunited with producer John Seymour (How I Spent My Summer Vacation, Anchors Aweigh) to capture the raw spirit of their earlier work. Preorders for Simplicity are available now. … Continue reading The Bouncing Souls ready Simplicity, tour (2016)

White Sea shares “Bloodline”

LA songstress White Sea, aka Morgan Kibby, has shared a new single titled “Bloodline.” “Bloodline” is the third song White Sea has shared from her interactive art project Postcards From Nowhere, which allows her to share postcards, demos, polaroids, correspondence, and more directly with fans without boundaries. White Sea’s Morgan Kibby released her debut full-length In Cold Blood in 2014. The critically … Continue reading White Sea shares “Bloodline”

Field Mouse share “Out of Context,” tour (2016)

Field Mouse has shared the second single, “Out Of Context” off their sophomore album, Episodic, out August 5 via Topshelf Records. The tender track features guest vocals by Waxhatchee’s Allison Crutchfield and Joseph D’Agostino of Cymbals Eat Guitars. LISTEN: “Out Of Context” Field Mouse will embark on a full US tour with Cymbals Eat Guitars this summer, but not before two headlining record release shows in … Continue reading Field Mouse share “Out of Context,” tour (2016)

Heaters to release Baptistina

Baptistina glimmers to a greater degree than anything Heaters have previously unleashed, a full-spectrum sheen that shines across the full panorama of righteous reverb riots. Heaters are in full control of their machine from the opening, looped-lunacy of “Centennial” to the final crash of “Seafoam,” forty-six minutes later – and yet the result of this increase in control can be … Continue reading Heaters to release Baptistina

Helms Alee ready Stillicide, tour (2016)

Helms Alee, the Washington state trio of Ben Verellen (guitar, vocals), Dana James (bass, vocals), and Hozoji Margullis (drums, vocals) have announced their fourth album, Stillcide, which will be released on September 2 through Sargent House.  The band has premiered the album’s first single “Tit To Toe” which can be heard below. On Stillicide, Helms Alee continue their sonic tradition … Continue reading Helms Alee ready Stillicide, tour (2016)

Ghettoblast From The Past: The Ghost Wolves (Issue 38)

Since the year 2000, Ghettoblaster has been putting out a quarterly print magazine.  For Ghettoblast from the Past, we look back at the bands and artists that were showcased within these pages. From Issue 38, Hound Gawd! Records The Ghost Wolves by Tim Anderl. To subscribe to Ghettoblaster Magazine or to pick up this issue, head over to our In Print page.