Joe Hertler & The Rainbow Seekers

Video Premiere: Joe Hertler & The Rainbow Seekers, “The Garden”

Hailing from Detroit, Michigan, Joe Hertler is a growing talent quickly garnering attention across the Midwest. Called “a bourgeoning Michigan talent bound to be on everyone’s radar soon” by Mostly Midwest, Joe Hertler & The Rainbow Seekers promise nothing but the best. The latest release, On Being (released via Bad Mascot in February), showcases Hertlers ability as a singer-songwriter to … More »

The Myrrors tour in support of Arena Negra

The Myrrors released their latest LP, Arena Negra, in March on Beyond Beyond is Beyond Records, and now they’re gearing up for a busy spring with a handful of Southwest dates in May and a stop at Austin Psych Fest’s Levitation. Arena Negra, the band’s first release for Beyond Beyond is Beyond, is a four track, 42-minute journey into The Myrrors’ droney, desert-influenced sound. A … More »

Born Cages share “Bigger Than Me,” tour (2015)

Breakout indie rockers Born Cages have premiered their new feel good track “Bigger Than Me” with BlackBook Magazine- Listen HERE. The exuberant song is from the band’supcoming debut album I’m Glad I’m Not Me, out on June d via Washington Square/Razor & Tie. “Bigger Than Me” is the sixth IG track from the forthcoming album and will be available for … More »

My Morning Jacket releases The Waterfall, tours (2015)

My Morning Jacket’s seventh full-length album, The Waterfall, is out via ATO Records/Capitol Records. To mark the release of the album My Morning Jacket will be embarking on a worldwide tour beginning later this month. Today they have also added some new fall dates on the west coast. Amongst the newly added dates, My Morning Jacket’s Vegas run will offer … More »

Joanna Gruesome readies Peanut Butter for Slumberland

Cardiff noise pop group Joanna Gruesome is set to release their sophomore album Peanut Butter on May 19 via Slumberland (US) [pre-order: digital / CD+LP], and May 11 via Fortuna POP! (UK) and Turnstile (ROW). Stream the album in its entirety this week on NPR’s First Listen. Like their debut, the new album was recorded by MJ from Hookworms, with the aim of … More »

PJ Bond releases Where Were You?, tours (2015)

Today marks the release of Where Were You?, the sophomore LP from songwriter PJ Bond on Black Numbers in the U.S. and Xtra Mile Recordings worldwide.  The album streamed today on The Ruckus, with high praise from the site, saying “Where Were You? sees PJ expanding upon everything he’s done before. The heartfelt, Americana-inspired, songwriting that he made his name … More »

John Vanderslice shares Songs: Ohia cover

Spin is premiering John Vanderslice’s cover of Songs: Ohia’s “Long Dark Blues.” The cover, a tribute to the late Jason Molina, appears as a bonus track on the upcoming vinyl reissue of Vanderslice’s 2000 debut LP Mass Suicide Occult Figurines, out May 19 on The Native Sound. Vanderslice tells Spin, “I really dislike covers. Usually they are too deferent to … More »