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  • Idle Bloom announce Flood of the Dial for 10/5 release

    hearya.com | Fri, 21 Sep 2018 12:05:17 +0000

    Photo by Lance Lee Idle Bloom is a Nashville quartet that we’ve posted about a couple of times in the past. I’ve cited their 90’s indie influence a couple of times, and this track, Seeping In, is no different. But I will say, this is my favorite track they’ve done. The band did a cool […]

  • Pip Blom announces Paycheck EP for 10/5 release

    hearya.com | Thu, 20 Sep 2018 23:22:10 +0000

    Photo credit: Ronald van Mil A couple of years ago, I posted a track by Dutch artist, Pip Blom. At that point, I said I was anxious where she was headed. Well now, I know a and I’m pretty pleased. Here’s some more info from the PR squad. Pip Blom is a phenomenal young indie […]

  • Night Shop – In The Break (album review)

    hearya.com | Wed, 19 Sep 2018 12:30:17 +0000

    Photo Credit: Kevin Gossett After twenty years behind the kit, Justin Sullivan pops up front and delivers one of my favorite debuts of 2018. Most recently Sullivan has been playing with Kevin Morby’s band and like Morby, Night Shop’s music is timeless and effortless. His lyrics come out so natural, almost as if they are […]

  • The Sha La Das announce Love In The Wind for 9/21 release

    hearya.com | Tue, 18 Sep 2018 11:45:33 +0000

    Photo by Justin Borucki Bill Schalda raised his sons, WIll (aka Swivs), Paul and Carmine to have a healthy appreciation for group harmonies. A couple of his boys wound up playing with Charles Bradley before his untimely passing. Needless to say, these guys can play. Here’s a little more on the album due out this […]

  • The Dirty Nil – Master Volume (album review)

    hearya.com | Mon, 17 Sep 2018 21:44:35 +0000

    Photo Credit: Vanessa Heins The Dirty Nil are an Ontario trio (Luke Bentham, Ross Miller and Luke Fisher) that falls somewhere on the line between White Reaper and Diarrhea Planet, two bands that have responsible for some of the best sets of music I’ve seen these last few years. The reason that bands like them […]

  • Axis: Sova announces Shampoo You for 11/16 release

    hearya.com | Mon, 17 Sep 2018 11:28:12 +0000

    Photo Credit: Grant Engstrom Axis: Sova, the Chicago trio of Brett Sova, Tim Kaiser (guitar) and Jeremy Freeze (bass) are back with their 3rd album, Shampoo You via Drag City imprint, God? Records. This track seems to have a little more direction than their earlier stuff. I’m anxious to hear some more. Here’s some more […]

  • Grapetooth announce s/t debut album for 11/9 release

    hearya.com | Fri, 14 Sep 2018 12:28:20 +0000

    Photo by Alex Hupp Grapetooth, the Chicago duo of Chris Bailoni and Clay Franke, have been creating quite the buzz round here. Their live shows are supposed to be absurd in all the right ways. As I told their PR guru, their synth-based music is pretty far removed from my typical wheelhouse; yet I find […]

  • Saintseneca – Pillar of Na (album review)

    hearya.com | Thu, 13 Sep 2018 20:11:58 +0000

    Photo Credit: Nick Fancher Pillar of Na sees Zac Little and company expanding on their musical palette without losing touch with that hybrid of punk/Appalachian folk that endeared them to many. Sometimes it is easy to forget that our favorite bands are not machines, yet people that are constantly evolving. But for the listener, or […]

  • Gold Star – Uppers & Downers (album review)

    hearya.com | Tue, 11 Sep 2018 17:57:23 +0000

    Credit: Mic Becker Marlon Rabenreither, the man behind Gold Star, has been a steady presence in my musical rotation since I stumbled across a set by him and his band at SXSW ’17. On Big Blue, released later that year, Rabenreither’s portrayed someone who’d been through some shit. On every track, the protagonist portrayed someone […]

  • Charles Bradley announces posthumous album, Black Velvet for 11/9 release

    hearya.com | Thu, 06 Sep 2018 14:43:56 +0000

    photo: Isaac Sterling The world seems to be beating me down day by day, but every once in a while you get a bit of news that shines through the clouds. A posthumous album by Charles Bradley was today’s ray of sunshine. The track below is everything you want and the video makes me miss […]

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