Same Side: "In Place"
The Story So Far and Elder Brother’s Kevin Geyer has announced new EP “In Place,” Under the guise of Same Side, The Story So Far and Elder Brother’s Kevin Geyer opens his personal musical journal to the world. With his penchant for uncovering buried feelings of melancholy and yearning, often weaving and conjuring in isolation in a stream of consciousness style flow, Geyer’s Same Side alter-ego is the perfect repository for unflinchingly intimate minimalism with depth, vibrancy, and earnestness.
Weakened Friends "Quitter"
Weakened Friends have returned with a battle cry — which is rather ironic, considering their new song is called “Quitter.” Searing, shredding, and packing a sucker punch, the new single from the Portland, Maine band breaks the facade of a brave face and rebels against creative burnout. Released today (September 21), “Quitter” rages as it rips hustle culture to pieces. “Hey! Wait! / I love but it never really feels OK,” Sonia Sturino cries on the chorus, making “Quitter” Weakened Friends’ hookiest protest to date. The single comes paired with an accompanying music video and news of the band’s sophomore EP — also named Quitter — due out November 19 via Don Giovanni Records “Writing and recording this record over the last year and a half has been such a trip!” the band shares on Instagram. “We’re so so so excited to finally be able to share a piece of it with everyone! Hopefully you’ll love these songs as much as we do, we put our whole hearts into them.”
Barry Adamson "Steal Away EP"
The Seafloor Cinema "In Cinemascope with Stereophonic Sound"
Speaking about the upcoming album, the band says, “we wanted to push ourselves in a new direction by collaborating on an album that quintessentially merged the SEAFLOOR sound with the accessible pop sensibilities our producer Courtney Ballard is known for. We had a lot of fun, and that’s what we feel the album offers sonically – pure fun. Everyone in the band is inspired by starkly contrasting styles of music that range from, emo, post-hardcore, mathrock, pop-punk, EDM, and hyperpop – and we used that to meld genres into a visceral sound that we can only describe as Turbo Emo. We wanted to put out an over the top album that absolutely nobody would have expected to come from a band with humble mathrock beginnings such as us, but at the same time be pleasantly surprised with how fresh the entire experience is from start to finish.”