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Wiretap Records Release Compilation In Aid Of ACLU

Dont forget to py attentionOver the next four years Wiretap Records will continue to release an Attention! compilation four times per year and will be donating 100% of all proceeds from the compilations to the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU). The latest release (Don’t Forget To) Pay Attention is now available as a pay what you want download of at least $1 or more. The compilation features 35 bands from the rosters of No Sleep Records, Big Scary Monsters Records, Lame-O-Records, Near Mint Records, Red Scare Industries, The Black Numbers, Cardigan Records, Save Your Generation Records, Take This To Heart Records and more

You download and stream (Don’t Forget To) Pay Attention here

The Obsessives Release Video For ‘You’re My God’

obsessives-artworkThe Obsessives have released the new video for the track You’re My God, the song is taken from the band’s self titled sophomore album and is out now physically and digitally via Lame-O Records in the US, Dog Knights Productions in the UK and Europe, and Cooking Vinyl in Australia. The Obsessives US tour with Sorority Noise begins on April 21st in Richmond, VA.

Pre-orders for The Obsessives are available here (USA), here (EU) and here (Au)

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Thin Lips Announce US Tour

Thin Lips Riff HardThin Lips have just announced their Spring tour, including dates with Museum Mouth, Great Cynics and Signals Midwest. Thin Lips are touring in support of their debut album Riff Hard, which was released in May of 2016 via Lame-O Records.

Riff Hard is available digitally here and on vinyl and CD here

The Punk Site review of Riff Hard can be read here

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Loose Tooth Big Day

Loose Tooth

Big Day

Lame-O Records / Father Daughter Records
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Rating: 2.5/5

 
 

 

 

Pennsylvanian quartet Loose Tooth have released their sophomore album Big Day today, April the 7th 2017, via Father/Daughter Records and Lame-O RecordsBig Day is the follow up to their 2015 debut album that was released via Fleeting Youth Records, Easy Easy East, and Big Day will be available on a multitude of formats including the more pedestrian CD and download options, up to the ‘black and baby pink’ and ‘aqua blue’ vinyl variants.

Sleep With The State Concept opens Big Day in fine upbeat indie style, or so you think as at the half way mark it lapses into a laid back jazz and blues jam, this sets the tone for the album, you never really know quite where any track is going to take you, there is a noisy indie base to Loose Tooth‘s sound but the experimentalism takes this sound off into new and uncharted directions. From one track to the next you don’t know what’s coming, I’ll avoid the obvious Forrest Gump quote, but i can confirm that this is an idiosyncratic and unpredictable album that’s unlike anything else I’ve heard this year.

Big Day is an album that sits proudly on it’s own, yes you can hear and identify a few influences such as Pixies, Velvet Underground, Pavement and even, at least to my ears, Captain Beefheart in their sound, but the overall effect is one that is definitely their own. There is no commercial intent with this album, there is nothing in sight that anyone would call radio friendly or destined to be a hit single, Big Day is a unique slice of the more avant-garde side of the indie scene, whilst this isn’t exactly to my tastes you can’t help but admire the spirit of independence and originality that inspired it.

Big Day can be pre-ordered via Father/Daughter Records here and Lame-O Records here

The album can be downloaded and streamed via Bandcamp here

Loose Tooth Release Stream Of ‘Big Day’

Loose Tooth Big DayLoose Tooth are now streaming their sophomore record Big Day in full, the album comes out tomorrow, April 7th, on Father/Daughter Records and Lame-O Records and pre-orders for Big Day are now available.  Loose Tooth will also be playing their record release show tonight, April 6th, in Philadelphia at Johnny Brenda’s with Dominic and YCIB.

You can stream Big Day via Gold Flake Paint here

Big Day can be pre-ordered here via Father/Daughter Records and here via Lame-O Records

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The Obsessives

The Obsessives

Lame-O Records
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Rating: 3/5

 
 

 

 

The Obsessives latest self titled album is released today, the 17th March 2017, and it follows on from their debut full length, 2015’s Heck No, Nancy. The Obsessives sophomore album will be released via Lame-O Records in the US, Dog Knights Productions in the UK and Europe and Cooking Vinyl in Australia. The Obsessives will also be undertaking an extensive North American tour this spring with Modern Baseball, Kevin Devine And His Goddamn Band and Sorority Noise

The Obsessives self titled sophomore album starts with a mournful country influenced introduction, this is short lived as it swiftly segues into the noisier discordant indie number, You’re My God. There’s an obvious Pixies reference with the track Surfer Rosa, and it must be said that there is a fair influence from that quartet on this release, this is exemplified by songs such as Violent, that are reminiscent of their bass led unconventional style. The album continues to veer unpredictably between styles, but all the while it embraces a solid core of influences from the more idiosyncratic elements of the indie scene.

For me The Obsessives self titled album is one that treads a path through territory that has already been covered by numerous well known trailblazers, there are obvious influences from acts such as Violent Femmes and Dinosaur Jnr, as well as the aforementioned Pixies, on this release. But, and this is an important but, having said that, if your tastes lean towards the unconventional and noisier side of the indie scene, or if you have a love for modern emo influenced bands such as Modern Baseball and Sorority Noise, then The Obsessives latest album, and their forthcoming tour, really should be on your radar.

The Obsessives self titled album can be streamed and purchased here

The vinyl issue of The Obsessives sophomore album, including coloured vinyl variants, can be purchased here

The Obsessives tour dates can be found here and their Facebook page is here

The Obsessives Release Full Stream Of Sophomore Album

obsessives-artworkThe Obsessives are now streaming their self titled sophomore album in full, The Obsessives will be released on the 17th March via Lame-O Records in the US, Dog Knights Productions in the UK and Europe, and Cooking Vinyl in Australia. The band has also recently announced their new tour with Sorority Noise, including dates with Sinai Vessel, Forth Wanderers,  Matt Kerekes and Shannen Moser.

Pre-orders for The Obsessives are available here (USA), here (EU) and here (Au)

You can stream The Obsessives, and view the tour dates, here

The Obsessives – It’s not Fair

obsessives-artworkThe Obsessives have released the new song.  The single is titled “It’s Not Fiar” and comes off of the band’s sophomore self titled album, which will be released March 17th via Lame-O Records in the US, Dog Knights Productions in the UK and Europe, and Cooking Vinyl in Australia. 

Listen to the song here courtesy Gold Flake Paint.

You can pre-order The Obsessives self titled album here (USA), here (EUR) and here (AUS)

The Obsessives Stream ‘It’s Not Fair’ From Self Titled Album

obsessives-artworkThe Obsessives have released a new song from their forthcoming album.  The single is titled It’s Not Fair and it comes off of the band’s sophomore self titled album, which will be released March 17th via Lame-O Records in the US, Dog Knights Productions in the UK and Europe, and Cooking Vinyl in Australia. 

You can stream the track It’s Not Fair via Gold Flake Paint here

You can pre-order The Obsessives self titled album here (USA), here (EUR) and here (AUS)

Loose Tooth Release Stream of New Single ‘Fish Boy’

Loose Tooth Big DayLoose Tooth are now streaming their latest single, Fish Boy, this is the third single taken from the band’s forthcoming sophomore album, Big Day, that is due out on April 7th.

Fish Boy can be streamed via Stereogum here

Loose Tooth‘s Facebook page can be found here

Big Day can be pre-ordered on via Father Daughter Records here and Lame-O Records here

No Thank You Jump Ship

No Thank You

Jump Ship

Lame-O Records
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Rating: 3.5/5

 
 

 

 

No Thank You‘s Kaytee Della Monica has been involved in the Philadelphia music scene since she was 16, originally a founding members of Airports, she subsequently went on to pursue a visual arts degree, something that still resonates deeply within her musical endeavours. Last year she teamed up with Nick Holdorf, from In The Pines, and The Superweaks’ Evan Bernard to form a new project, one that became No Thank You, with the aim of making collected her ideas come to life. Jump Ship is their debut full length, that follows on from the 2016 EP, A Nu Start, and was released on the 24th Februray 2017 and is available via Lame-O Records.

Eyeballs opens Jump Ship with some mellow ethereal indie, that to my ears is reminiscent of The Cocteau Twins, that serves as a prelude before Cold kicks in with a slow deliberate fuzzy riff that kicks into a more playful element before exiting on a return to the fuzz. Old News starts with more strings and ethereal vocals that slowly build to a more strident riff before fading away, it isn’t until Serenity Song that Jump Ship gets properly into gear, this track boasts a gloriously overdriven riff that’s overlaid with keyboards and the ever present ethereal vocal style of Kaytee Della Monica. At the midway point the album returns to the mellow indie stylings that opened Jump Ship, before the lead single from the album, Juicy J, kicks in with the albums finest 90 seconds, a gloriously insistent drumbeat overlaid with a frantic guitar hook that makes you want to bounce round the room, Teeter and The Unbearable Purposelessness of Being end the album in fine style, keeping up the energy levels and building Jump Ship to a fine finale.

I can’t decide whether Jump Ship is a throwback to earlier times, or an album that’s ahead of the game, there’s a fair nod to their influences, quirky keyboards playfully sit amongst some fine intense guitar riffs, that in turn sit alongside moments of tenderness and subtlety. This is certainly one of the most idiosyncratic releases I’ve heard this year, you can pick up the influence of numerous bands from the 80’s on this album, but this is no anachronistic tribute to the indie scene from days gone by. Whilst the influences are many and varied No Thank You have carved out a unique debut album, that despite my initial misconceptions has slowly won me over, and as I play it once more I have the feeling I won’t be the only person that this trio have that effect upon.

You can order the ltd edition vinyl, available on black and splatter variants, of Jump Ship here

Jump Ship is available for download and streaming here

No Thank You Stream ‘Jump Ship’ In Full

No Thank You Jump ShipNo Thank You are now streaming their debut album, Jump Ship, in full via GoldFlakePaint, the album is set to be released on February 24th via Lame-O Records and pre-orders are available now physically and digitally. No Thank You will be touring this February with The Superweaks, beginning February 25th in New York City, No Thank You will also play their record release show for Jump Ship in Philadelphia at Everybody Hits on February 24th.

Jump Ship can be ordered physically here, digitally here and streamed here

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No Thank You Stream ‘Old News’ From Upcoming ‘Jump Ship’ LP

No Thank You Superweaks TourNo Thank You are now streaming Old News, the third single from their debut album Jump Ship, that is set to be released on February 24th via Lame-O Records. No Thank You will be touring this February with The Superweaks, beginning February 25th in New York City. No Thank You will also play the record release show for Jump Ship in Philadelphia at Everybody Hits on February 24th.

You can stream the track Old News via Brooklyn Vegan here

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The Obsessives – It’s Okay If

obsessives-artworkThe Obsessives have released the new song.  The single is titled “It’s Okay If” and comes off of the band’s sophomore self titled album, which will be released March 17th via Lame-O Records in the US, Dog Knights Productions in the UK and Europe, and Cooking Vinyl in Australia. 

Listen to the song here courtesy NPR.

You can pre-order The Obsessives self titled album here (USA), here (EUR) and here (AUS)

Loose Tooth Stream New Single ‘Roach Motel’

Loose Tooth Big DayLoose Tooth are now streaming their new single Roach Motel, the song comes off the band’s sophomore album Big Day that’s due out on April 7th via Father/Daughter Records and Lame-O Records

The new single, Roach Motel, can be streamed via CLRVYNT here

Loose Tooth recently released the single Garlic Soup, which can be streamed here

Big Day can be pre-ordered via Father/Daughter Records here and Lame-O Records here.

No Thank You Confirm US Tour And Stream New Track

No Thank You Superweaks TourNo Thank You are now streaming The Unbearable Purposelessness Of Being, the second single off their debut album Jump Ship, coming out February 24th on Lame-O Records. No Thank You have also just announced they will be touring this February with The Superweaks, the tour begins with No Thank You‘s record release show in Philadelphia at Everybody Hits on February 24th.

You can stream The Unbearable Purposelessness Of Being via The AV Club here

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Modern Baseball Stream New Track From Three Way Split EP

OB-GD17-001.pdfModern Baseball are now streaming This Song Is Gonna Buy Brendan Lukens A Pair Of Socks, their contribution to their three way split with Thin Lips and The Superweaks. The split will be digitally available on January 20th, 2017 via Big Scary Monsters and Lame-O Records, and physically available exclusively on the bands’ tour together in the UK and Europe this winter, any leftover stock will be available in stores and online following the tour. You can stream This Song Is Gonna Buy Brendan Lukens A Pair Of Socks here

You can view the European Tour Dates below

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The Obsessives Release Video For ‘Surfer Rosa’

obsessives-artworkThe Obsessives have released the new music video for their single Surfer Rosa, the single comes off of the band’s sophomore self titled album, which will be released March 17th via Lame-O Records in the US, Dog Knights Productions in the UK and Europe, and Cooking Vinyl in Australia. The Obsessives will be touring this spring with Modern Baseball, Kevin Devine and Sorority Noise

You can pre-order The Obsessives self titled album here (USA), here (EUR) and here (AUS)

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The Superweaks Release Music Video For ‘No Sorrow’

OB-GD17-001.pdfThe Superweaks have just released the music video for No Sorrow, their contribution to their three way split with Modern Baseball and Thin Lips, that is being released via Big Scary Monsters and Lame-O Records. The split will be digitally available on January 20th, 2017 and physically available exclusively on the bands’ tour together this winter, any leftover stock will be available in stores and online following the tour. After each band released a full length in 2016, Modern Baseball, Thin Lips and The Superweaks are kicking off 2017 with a tour together across Europe and the UK

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The Obsessives Confirm Sophomore Album And Spring Tour

obsessives-artworkThe Obsessives will be releasing their self titled sophomore album on March 17th via Lame-O Records, the band has released a trailer video for the album featuring the intro song from their record. Pre-orders for The Obsessives, and the first single from the album, will be released on January 17th, you can sign up for advance notifications via Lame-O Records here. The Obsessives have also just announced they will be touring this spring with Modern Baseball, Kevin Devine and Sorority Noise.

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Modern Baseball, Thin Lips And The Superweaks Release Split EP

OB-GD17-001.pdfModern Baseball, Thin Lips and The Superweaks have announced a three way split single, that is being released via Big Scary Monsters and Lame-O Records. The split will be digitally available on January 20th, 2017, and physically available exclusively on the bands’ tour together in the UK and Europe this winter. Any leftover stock will be available in stores and online following the tour. After each band released critically acclaimed albums in 2016, Modern Baseball, Thin Lips and The Superweaks are kicking off 2017 with a tour together across Europe and the UK. 
 
Modern Baseball, Thin Lips and The Superweaks European tour dates can be viewed below

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Loose Tooth Detail New LP; Streams First Track

loose-toothLoose Tooth have just announced details for their new album.  The disc will be titled Big Day, and is due out on April 7, 2017 via Father/Daughter Records and Lame-O Records.  The album follows 2015’s Easy Easy East.

Coinciding with the announcement, the band is streaming the track “Garlic Soup,” here courtesy The AV Club.  Pre-orders are available.

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Steady Hands

Rude Boys Of Bar Rock

Lame-O Records
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Rating: 3.5/5

 
 

 

 

What is now the folk punk septet, Steady Hands, began life as the side project for Sean Huber, the drummer of Modern Baseball. The album takes Inspiration from Billy Bragg, Bruce Springsteen and Frank Turner alongside other classic punk influenced singer songwriters. The genesis of Steady Hands began in the bars and basement venues in Philadelphia as Sean Huber began to establish his own musical identity away from Modern Baseball, the band was fleshed out by friends and acquaintances, including members of WC and, his colleague from Modern Baseball, Jacob Ewald. Rude Boys Of Bar Rock was released last week and it encompasses the entire recorded output of Steady Hands on one handy double LP, including re-recordings and even a brand new track.

This is an album that shifts away the approach of Modern Baseball and heads into punkier territory, albeit on the folkier side of the fence. The album opens with the new contribution to the album, Under The Rug, this is an anthemic slab of indie tinged folk punk, and it marks a damn fine start to the album. From this point on it’s a reckless trip back through Steady Hands entire back catalogue. The album veers between upbeat folk punk, introspective acoustic numbers and defiant Celtic influences, The fact that the strongest track on this impressive anthology is the sole new recording by Steady Hands indicates that this is a band that is still on the upswing, and further releases from Steady Hands in 2017 will be something that I’m looking forward to hearing.
 
For me Steady Hands eclipses the work of Modern Baseball, it’s a more accessible album, and it’s one that encompasses a wide range of influences including punk, folk punk and heartland rock, this will appeal to fans of Modern Baseball, but it has a broader appeal and covers a broader range. I’ll admit that the Nebraska style re-workings of the songs from Not Many Of Us Left felt like something of an afterthought, apart from that minor criticism this is a heartfelt and original twenty track collection that spans their entire recorded output. Hopefully the fact that this is a retrospective collection of their EP’s will allow them to reach a greater audience than their individual releases allowed, and that this will mean that we’ll hear more from Steady Hands over the coming years.
 
Rude Boys Of Bar Rock is available from Lame-O Records here
 

The Obsessives Join Lame-O Records

the-obsessivesThe Obsessives have signed on with Lame-O Records with plans to release their sophomore LP, Heck No, Nancy, on Lame-O Records.

Coinciding with the announcement, the band has self-released their new EP, A Great Menace Weighs Over The City, which is available for purchase and streaming over on their Bandcamp.

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The Superweaks

Better Heavens

Lame-O Records
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Rating: 4.5/5

 
 

 

 

The Superweaks were born out of the Philadelphia scene, they have members in common with fellow Pennslyvanians Thin Lips and Dangerous Ponies, the band evolved from a loose music collective to a full time band for their first EP, The World Is A Terrible Place And I Hate Myself And Want To Die, that was released as The Weaks. Since that first release they have gone from strength to strength, building a solid fan base, and changing their name to The Superweaks, and now they have released Better Heavens, this is their sophomore album and it follows on from their acclaimed 2015 debut, Bad Year.

Better Heavens combines varied influences, from the geek rock of Weezer and Nerf Herder, through to some traditional rock and DIY punk ethics, of bands such as The Ergs, to create a melodic and intense brand of power pop. They have retained the sound that made Bad Year such an impressive debut, but they’ve expanded their sound, and their range of influences, to create an album that surpasses their first release. Paralyzed is a fine starting point, it boasts a heavy riff, keyboards and effortless energy that is the hallmark of a great power pop release, the pace varies but the constant factor is the hook laden riffs that populate Better Heavens. The heavy pop is not the end of the story, tracks such as Heavy Dreams demonstrate a more reflective quality, the pace of the album is brought down but the riffs inexplicably get heavier, whilst Oh God We’re All So Miserable Now features an unashamedly melancholy feel.

Better Heavens is dedicated to the memory of the band’s bass player and family member, Corey Bernard, brother of vocalist Evan Bernard, who passed away at the age of 22 this summer. The artwork featured on the album, both on the cover and further art within the LP, come from drawings and sketches made by Corey, and the album was recorded prior to his death. Better Heavens is a fitting tribute to the their departed brother and band member, and I can’t help but feeling that this would be an album he would be proud of, it’s The Superweaks finest release to date and it’s a tribute to them that they carried on in their wake of their loss.

The Superweaks released Better Heavens earlier this month and the album can be ordered here

Steady Hands Announce Double LP; Stream New Song

steady-handsSteady Hands have announced plans for a double LP serving as a compilation of their previous EPs.  The LP will be titled Rude Boys Of Bar Rock and is set to drop on December 9, 2016 via Lame-O Records.   The band last released Tropical Depression back in July 2015 via Lame-O Records .

Listen to the new song “Under The Rug” here courtesy American Song Writer.

The Superweaks Premeire Video For ‘Run Away’

superweaks-bhThe Superweaks are now premiering their new music video for Run Away, the single comes off of the band’s new album, Better Heavens, that’s out today on Lame-O Records. The album is available for purchase now physically and digitally, and streaming on all platforms. The Superweaks fall tour begins on November 10th in Amitville, NY and the band will also be touring with Modern Baseball and Thin Lips in the UK and Europe starting January 2017.
 
Better Heavens can be ordered physically here and digitally here
 
The video for Run Away, and the tour dates, can be viewed below

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Hurry

Casual Feelings

Lame-O Records
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Rating: 3.5/5

 
 

 

 

Hurry originally consisted of just Matthew Scottoline along with an ever revolving group of friends for live performances, but with Scottoline remaining the sole songwriter, this remained the situation until the release of their debut record, Everything/Nothing, that was released on Hot Green Records back in 2014. From this point a permanent line up was secured with the addition of Ron and Joe Delacrois who played on that debut EP, and then became permanent recruits as the band commenced a relentless touring schedule.

Hurry switched to Lame-O Records and recorded a track for a six way split EP, they then subsequently released their sophomore album, Guided Meditation, on the label, clearly Lame-O Records is a good fit for the band as they have now released the third release in total for the label, the Casual Feelings EP. In listening to the EP it becomes apparent that Hurry very much wear their influences on the sleeves as Teenage Fanclub, Guided By Voices, The Bats, The Beach Boys and Red Kross can all be heard across the three tracks on the Casual Feelings EP, from the melodic power pop of the title track and All Night to the echo drenched slow burner, Guided Meditation, that closes the Casual Feelings EP.
 
If I had to fault this release it would be that for a single there isn’t an obvious lead track, that’s not an insult, all three tracks are pretty damn fine slices of power pop, but for an EP to lack an obvious single seems an odd move, but it’s one that I suspect lies in Matthew Scottoline‘s confidence in the strength of his material as a whole, rather being dependent on a single stand out track. Let’s be honest we all probably wish that more releases were consistent rather than being an obvious single with weaker tracks or remixes making up the numbers, as a result I’m left wanting to hear more of Hurry as three tracks really isn’t enough.
 
Casual Feelings was released in late October and is available as a limited edition single here
 

The Superweaks Stream New Album ‘Better Heavens’ In Full

superweaks-bhThe Superweaks are now streaming their new album Better Heavens in full, this is The Superweaks sophomore album and follow up to their debut, Bad Year. The album is set to be released on November 4th via Lame-O Records.
 
The Superweaks have just announced their US headlining tour this fall, the band will also be touring with Modern Baseball and Thin Lips in the UK and Europe starting January 2017.
 
You can pre-order and stream Better Heavens here and you can view their tour dates below
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Slaughter Beach Dog

Welcome

Lame-O Records
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Rating: 2/5

 
 

 

 

Welcome is the new record from Slaughter Beach, Dog, the new side project from Jake Ewald of Modern Baseball, this is a completely self recorded album with Jake playing every instrument on every track on Welcome. Slaughter Beach, Dog leans a little more into indie rock than his main project, and to my mind is more reminiscent of the style of bands like The Weakerthans. This project was started as a way for Jake Ewald to experiment with different styles of writing, contrasting the deeply personal nature of his compositions for Modern Baseball

Welcome is a concept album, all of the songs are written about fictional characters living in Slaughter Beach, whilst the style of writing is different from that of Modern Baseball, this has a similar feel musically, that shouldn’t surprise anyone given Jake Ewald is the primary songwriter for that band. This is an album of laid back indie tunes centred around the fictional town of Slaughter Beach, it isn’t until the third track kicks in that anything grabs my attention, Monsters is a fine track as is Forever ,but I found that Slaughter Beach had few points of interest, as with any town, including fictional ones, there are a few places you like to go and visit, and maybe even a very few that you take your friends to because you want to share the experience it offers, but for me Slaughter Beach is a little too quiet and predictable.

If you’re a fan of Modern Baseball this will make a fine companion album to the Holy Ghost album that was released earlier this year, but I feel that this is a case of the sum of their parts being greater than the individual, which is a shame as the concept and musicianship on Welcome are fine, and all the more impressive that it’s the work of a solo artist but I doubt I’ll be re-visiting Slaughter Beach anytime soon.

Welcome can be ordered from Lame-O records here

The Superweaks Premiere ‘I’ll See Myself Out’ Video

superweaks-bhThe Superweaks are now premiering the music video for their new single I’ll See Myself Out. The song comes off of the band’s sophomore record Better Heavens, set to be released on November 4th via Lame-O RecordsThe Superweaks have just announced their headlining tour this fall, the band will also be touring with Modern Baseball and Thin Lips in the UK and Europe starting January 2017.
 
Pre-orders for Better Heavens are now available physically here and digitally here 
 
The video for I’ll See Myself Out and a full list of dates can be found below.

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