Grammar

From The Horse’s Mouth: Barrie Lindsay (Grammar) on Grammar EP

Grammar is the project of 24-year-old Barrie Lindsay. Lindsay grew up outside of Boston and studied music theory and composition at Wesleyan in Connecticut. She formed Grammar her senior year as part of her thesis, where it took the shape of a 15-piece orchestral chamber pop group. After graduating, Lindsay worked as a studio assistant for the sculptor George Sherwood … More »

ASPIGA release What Happened To You?

ASPIGA’s heartfelt new album, What Happened To You?, is out today via Paper + Plastick Records.  Alternative Press premiered the New Jersey indie punks’ album last week.   What Happened To You? finds the band venturing into alternative rock territory and successfully merging it with their finely tuned melodic punk.  Finding a perfect balance between immediacy and introspection, ASPIGA offer what is undeniably their best collection of … More »

Two Inch Astronaut share “Part of Your Scene,” tour (2014)

Two Inch Astronaut are sharing their infectious new single “Part of Your Scene,” the second taste from their upcoming record, Foulbrood. Stereogum calls the track, “unpredictable noise-rock that hits you with piercing, angular guitar riffs one moment, only to hook you with an emotive melody the next.” The song, a live staple for the band over the past year has become … More »

Girlpool share video for “Plants And Worms,” tour (2014)

LA duo, Girlpool have shared an animated music video for “Plants And Worms,” the latest track from their debut self-titled EP, out physically and digitally via Wichita Recordings on November 18. Girlpool are on tour now.  All tour dates below.  10/23 – Brooklyn, NY @ Death By Audio 10/22 – Brooklyn, NY @ Glasslands Gallery 10/23 – Brooklyn, NY @ Death By Audio 10/24 … More »

Just Walden share “Summer Day Charade”

Austin based quartet Just Walden has made their song “Summer Day Charade” available for free download on MAGNET’s MP3 at 3PM. The song was apparently inspired by an “alcohol-tinged, day-time party this summer that quickly turned into a charade of sorts.” Sunset in the Rearview compared “Summer Day Charade” to the sound of “Jack White interpreting Coldplay.” Stream / Download “Summer Day Charade” on Soundcloud HERE Just … More »

The Pizza Underground ready live album

Bitter Melody Records will help release The Pizza Underground’s new live album, titled Live At Chop Suey. The Pizza Underground notably features Macaulay Culkin and seasoned musicians from the NY anti-folk scene doing pizza parodies of The Velvet Underground. The album features their full 26 minute set at Seattle’s Chop Suey, including stage banter. The band will have the cassette on … More »

Project 86 stream new track, play shows (2014)

Project 86 will release Knives To The Future on November 11 via Team Black Recordings. In preparation for the release, the band has teamed up with Loudwire.com today to unveil their title track, “Knives To The Future.” Fans can also pre-order the record now at http://project86.gobigwin.com/. Stream Project 86’s new track “Knives To The Future” now, exclusively at Loudwire.com: http://bit.ly/1vHQ8eC … More »

Elephant Stone share Al Lover remix, tour (2014)

Elephant Stone released the new Al Lover remix of “Echo & The Machine” today. It’s sourced from one of this year’s unrivaled psych-rock records Three Poisons… which you can check out via SoundCloud or stream via Spotify or rdio. Three Poisons is out now via Hidden Pony Records (Vinyl/CD/Digital) and Burger Records (Cassette). Limited edition vinyl and cassette packages are available at http://www.elephantstonemusic.com/. Catch them live here: … More »