Current Releases

mxmtoon "the masquerade"

To call mxmtoon an “internet sensation” is like calling The Beatles “a pretty popular band.” Take, for instance, the song “prom dress” that appears on her new album the masquerade. In just about 2 months, the video for that song has been viewed nearly 3.5 MILLION times. That’s… that’s astounding. That’s like a million more people than watch The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon. Not bad for a young woman who started out on youtube and TikTok performing songs solo on the ukulele. Here we have all of the songs from the record both in their solo acoustic fashion, and more lushly arranged versions. Sophisticated, jangly, ukulele indie-pop with constantly impressive turns of phrase that can somehow, sometimes sound like Lana Del Rey recorded an album with ‘90s R.E.M. I swear, that makes sense in my head. See if it makes sense in yours and check out the aforementioned “prom dress.”


Chelsea Wolfe "Birth of Violence (Sargent House)"

Its (relatively) easy to release a summer album. Some good time vibes, something easy to party and rock out with-and you have yourself a summer album! But what, dear reader, of the fall album? Well that is a trickier apple to bob for. Leave it to office favorite Chelsea Wolfe to release what might be the perfect autumnal album. Stripped of much of the loud, sinister sounds she’s been known for recently, Birth Of Violence (Sargent House) is a stunningly beautiful record. Acoustic guitars; haunting, stripped back production; and Chelsea’s gorgeous vocals–along with her knack for songwriting–are the stars here. The whole thing just oozes a chilly beauty (like a candy bar left in the freezer–except good for you!). Now if all this doesn’t sound like the perfect fall release to you, then I suggest you check out the first single from the album “The Mother Road” and see (with your ears, that is) exactly what I mean.

Eye Flys "Context (Thrill Jockey)"

If you aren’t into a heavy metal band singing a song called “Fuckface” then there isn’t much I can do to convince you to love Eye Flys new record Context (Thrill Jockey). If that is your sort of thing, however, get ready! Eye Flys are as heavy as can be, with some detuned hardcore hints rounding out their punnishing sound. Something of a supergroup, they are comprised of members of Full Oh Hell, Backslider, and Triac (and those of you in the know will have already figured out that they got their name from The Melvins). So put on the blackest t-shirt you own and destroy whatever room you are in right now listening to “Stems.”

Wolfram "Amadeus (DFA)"

Lemme tell you, if you are in the market for some thrilling, sophisticated euro-disco-pop then there is no way you are gonna do better than Wolfram. And as far as his catalog, his latest DFA release Amadeus is as good as it gets. Between his penchant for fantastically driving beats as well as his acute ear for melody… I just… wow. Ok. I’m gushing. I love me some great disco-flavored electro jams, and when they also have a bit of a ‘80s vintage feel to them, well… look for me with the Wolfram t-shirt on at the next mixer, that’s for sure! What an absolute blast this album is. Beats! Synths! Guests–like Peaches, Haddaway, and Christopher Guest! Ok, I made that last one up. Sorry, no Waiting For Wolfram here. Sorry to toy with your emotions. I’ll make it up to you though. Check out the triumphant “Automatic” which features the aforementioned guest turn from Peaches!