Hype Machine

Stream Dent May's new album "Across the Multiverse" on Hype Machine

“For nearly a decade, Dent May has crafted bright, homemade pop songs that pull from the past—disco, soft-rock, country-western, psychedelia, soul, funk—all with light-hearted wit and his distinct croon.”


Stereogum premieres Cones new video for single "Back in the Brain"

“...the song and video come together to make a wonderfully groovy synth-pop delight….”


Pitchfork reviews Ty Segall's new EP, "Fried Shallots"

“...if Segall’s self-titled full-length from earlier this year was new material disguised as a sampler of what he’s been up to for the last half-decade, Fried Shallots is old material disguised as a sampler of what he could be up to in the future.”


Mac Demarco talks about his approach to guitar on "Ernie Ball's String Theory"

“... ‘I never thought I would do the music thing. Never wanted to play guitar when I was a kid,” Mac begins. ‘Got a family full of musicians, very unappealing. I was like, screw that, I’m not doing that…And then I picked one up one day while my friends were playing. Turned out I could do it a little bit, it was interesting, right around the same time I got into all the classic rock stuff you get into as a young man. Yeah, got hooked. You start off with the one string thing, it’s like, ‘Aw hell yeah.’ I learned ‘Smoke On The Water’ on just the low E string.’”


Pitchfork reviews Alex Cameron single "Strangers Kiss" (Ft Angel Olsen)

“...On its surface,“Stranger’s Kiss,” the new duet between Australian singer Alex Cameron and Angel Olsen, is deceptively slick…”

American Songwriter

Mac DeMarco: Solitary Man

As a performer, Mac DeMarco presents a very specific version of himself to the audience. He’s a happy-go-lucky troubadour, a jokester and unlikely heartthrob whose live shows often find him indulging in extended jam sessions with his band that sometimes feature schlocky cover versions of Bachman-Turner Overdrive’s “Takin’ Care Of Business” or Dave Brubeck’s “Take Five.”

The Fader

The Fader premieres Alex Cameron's new video, "Stranger's Kiss"

“On “Stranger’s Kiss,” Cameron’s duet with Angel Olsen, the ambition of Alex Cameron expands from insular synthpop to a sweeping, Springsteen-inspired ballad about a strange loneliness.”

Loud And Quiet

Alex Cameron is now a festival agony uncle – and he’s answered your End of the Road quandaries

Normally you’d see him hypnotising jubilant crowds performing with his saxophone-clasping ‘business partner’ Roy Molloy or sleeping in a KFC parking lot, but Australian showstopper Alex Cameron is a wise man of many talents.

She Shreds Magazine

She Shreds Magazine premieres Hand Habit's new single "Yr Heart"

“With its dreamy, sentimental vibes, and Duffy’s soft croon, it might be tempting to think “Yr Heart” is an ode to a long lost love or friend.”

LA Weekly

LA Weekly previews Ex-Cult's show at The Hi Hat

“....Ex-Cult crank up a hard-punk sound that’s inescapably seedy and raw. “

Oh My Rockness


Cones is a band of (two) brothers from Los Angeles (via San Francisco). They make laid-back sunshine pop. It’s pretty chill.

Think Real Estate * Kurt Vile * The War on Drugs * Toro y Moi and you might be thinking down the right path but who can truly say where these long and winding roads go.


Dinner's "Un-American Woman" reflects nonduality, change in lifestyle

“When Danish Singer and Producer Anders Rhedin, better known as Dinner, began writing the tracks on his upcoming album, New Work, he looked to his favorite topic for inspiration: nonduality. New Work, out 9/8 via Captured Tracks, meditates on the spiritual concept through the influence of William Blake’s Proverbs of Hell and his own change in lifestyle.”

Vinyl Me Please

Vinyl Me Please reviews Aldous Harding's performance at Pickathon 2017

Vinyl Me Please reviews performances of Aldous Harding, Ty Segall and Alex Cameron at Pickathon 2017

Vinyl Me Please

Vinyl Me Please reviews Ty Segall's performance at Pickathon 2017

Vinyl Me Please reviews Ty Segall’s performance at Pickathon 2017.

Vinyl Me Please

Vinyl Me Please reviews Alex Cameron's performance at Pickathon 2017

Vinyl Me Please reviews Alex Cameron’s performance at Pickathon 2017

Consequence of Sound

Consequence of Sound debuts Oh Sees new song, "Animated Violence"

“...Oh Sees rally on the blistering cut, whose scissoring guitars are sure to lodge themselves deep inside your brain.”


Songs We Love: OMNI, "Equestrian"

“...On the band’s second album, Multi-task, due in September on Chicago’s Trouble in Mind, guitarist Frankie Broyles (formerly of Deerhunter) and singer and bassist Philip Frobos give almost every one of their musical moves — be it a sharp guitar chord, a pointy bass pluck or a bulleted snare hit — its own rhythmic exclamation point…”

Routine Bites Hard

Routine Bites Hard features OMNI's single "Equestrian"

“...Atlanta Post-Punkers OMNI are following up last year’s excellent debut album “Deluxe” with a new LP titled “Multi-task”, out next September via Trouble In Mind Records. Today they’ve shared the first album’s first single called “Equestrian”.

New Noise Magazine

New Noise Magazine shares Omni's new single "Equestrian"

“...Multi-task is a more musically adventurous step forward for Omni, keeping the frantic, fleet-fingered fingerpicking of Broyles’ guitar work & Frobos’ dead-cool delivery while expanding their musical palette & to include whispers of post-Roxy glam & Postcard Records pop…”

Northern Transmissions

Northern Transmissions shares Omni's single of forthcoming album release " Multi Task"

‘... Listen to the first single, “Equestrian,” which the band say is “a song for and about the privileged and self-loathing. It can be unknowingly fun and disgusting at the same time to live in the now. Despicable/Applicable.”..”


Soundblab features Omni's single "Equestrian" off of forthcoming record

‘...Multi-task balances the band’s trademark off-kilter and unconventional jams with an elegance not found with many of their contemporaries…”

Austin Town Hall

Austin Town Hall hypes new Omni single "Equestrian"

“...One of the band’s I’ve hyped for quite some time, and will continue to push, is Omni. They combine an arty bounce to post-punk, and this new single has them coming off as catchy as ever…”

Brooklyn Vegan

Brooklyn Vegan announces new Omni record "Multi Task" via Trouble in Mind

“... The first single from the album, “Equestrian,” is built on an early Beach Boys chassis but they trick it out with some Devo fins and Postcard Records trim…”


Stereogum premieres new Omni single "Equestrian"

“...The bubbling bassline and cool, taunting vocals on “Equestrian” make for a self-destructive lo-fi dance party. Omni tell us that the track is “a song for and about the privileged and self-loathing…”

Spin Magazine

Spin features new Omni single "Equestrian"

“...With a steady lo-fi pulse, the act layers gritty guitars into a outpouring of analog warmth. Each element feels essential to the build of a tight-knit mid-tempo groove as singer Philip Frobos oscillates between a disaffected croon and the yelps and shouts of high-energy punk…”