Arc Iris gave us an exciting end to a long week last Friday with the surprise release of their new EP, Friends and Lovers. The newest addition to the Arc Iris discography, Friends and Lovers is available everywhere you normally stream your favorite pop, country, trap? (we don’t judge) songs.

If you like music in general, we think you’ll like this one! Just click here!

ANMLPLNET Announce Debut LP "Fall Asleep"

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We're pleased to announce the debut LP from ANMLPLNET (Leah Wellbaum of BDB alums Slothrust and Mickey Vershbow), a six song epic of psychedelic dream rock and refreshing repeat listenability. 

Today ANMLPLNET shares "I Was Fucked By A Cloud" on Brooklyn Vegan.

"Fall Asleep," out April 20th, comes in limited metallic gold swirled vinyl and there are T-Shirts available during pre-sale only. Check it out.

Announcing HAWTHONN

We have a dark, thinky, beauty for you: Hawthonn's Red Goddess (Of This Men Shall Know Nothing), out March 23rd.

Hawthonn are the Leeds-based duo of Layla and Phil Legard, who blend the occult, the feminine and the mystic through an exploration of synthesized sounds, sparse folk horror melodies, and a lush production nothing short of consuming. 

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Wooing: Our First Release In 2018

Buy  Daydream Time Machine EP  on 7" Vinyl

Buy Daydream Time Machine EP on 7" Vinyl


Meet our first release of the year, and it's a good one! Last year's was Julie Byrne, so trust us here, this is the real deal. Wooing are a Brooklyn-based trio comprised of Rachel Trachtenburg (Prettiots, Supercute!, Trachtenburg Family Slideshow Players), JR Thomason (R. Stevie Moore) and Rosie Slater. 

Noisey called them "Dope." Just try and refute that. Stream it now on Spotify, Apple Music, or Bandcamp, and keep your eyes peeled for more to come.

TALsounds On Tour with Matchess

TALsounds and Matchess are hitting the road for a couple weeks this July, so if you're on the East Coast, you're in luck. Earlier this month we released Love Sick, TALsounds' debut LP. Natalie Chami's project centers on her ability to multitask with loops, synthesizers, beats, effects. She may be one human onstage, but the sonic presence is far greater. Don't miss out on what Wire calls "the sound of a synthesist at the height of her skills, with a voice at its most emotive and a melodic framework at its most fragmented." 

David Nance on NPR / Touring this summer / Covering Doug Sahm

A new song arrives from Omaha's master of messy rock perfection. The titular track from his forthcoming album is up today on NPR, and you can listen here.


"This is spastic dance music for rock 'n' roll deviants," says Lars Gotrich.

Negative Boogie is out July 14th - pre-order now.

In addition to Negative Boogie, anyone who pre-orders the album will receive a copy of Nance covering the entirety of Doug Sahm's Doug Sahm & Band. 

We're not done yet. David is touring the United States of America as well, this July:

14 July / Omaha, NE / Reverb Lounge (Album Release Show!)

19 July / Lincoln, NE / Bourbon Theater

20 July / Kansas City, MO / MiniBar

21 July / Lafayette, IN / The Spot

22 July / Indianapolis, IN / State Street Pub

23 July / Lexington, KY / Best Friend Bar

24 July / Asheville, NC / The Lazy Diamond

25 July / Raleigh, NC / Neptune's

26 July / Washington, DC / Slash Run

27 July / Philadelphia, PA / Kung-Fu Necktie

29 July / New York, NY / Alphaville

30 July / Jersey City, NJ / Montgomery Hall

31 July / New Haven, CT / Cafe 9

1 August / Cleveland, OH / The Happy Dog

2 August / Detroit, MI / UFO Club

3 August / Chicago, IL / Cafe Mustache

4 August / Minneapolis, MN / Eagles Club #34

5 August/ Mankato, MN / The Nakato

6 August / Sioux Falls, SD / Total Drag

The Renderers are touring now (in the US)!

New Zealand's most goth atmospheric rockers are currently touring the US in support of a few excellent releases - namely this year's In The Sodium Light. They've also announced a reissue of their 1998 classic A Dream of the Sea, coming at you for the first time on LP. 

You can read more and check out their recent music video for "Seaworthy" via Impose Magazine. 

In celebration of all things harrowing yet beautiful, why not check them out in a city near you?