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Posts By TKF

Orca Orca – The Shallows

May 22, 2014 |

Orca Orca’s latest release is just what we needed to help us get through the week. Simply put, The Shallows is 4 tracks of chill lo-fi indie. Vinyl fans will be pleased to know there’s a rad looking 7″ available as well. Read More

Joseph – Native Dreamer Kin

May 21, 2014 |

If vocal harmonies are your thing, and we think they are, be sure to check out Joseph. The Pacific Northwest trio that just so happened to be sisters has recently released Native Dreamer Kin. It’s heavy on the folk and full of life. On tour across the USA this summer, if you like what you hear, seek out a live show. Read More


May 19, 2014 |

It’s 2150 and a lazy delivery man attempts to deliver a package with surprising results. This charming and well done piece was created by Alfred Imageworks

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Lions – Foureign Friends

May 6, 2014 |

Fresh tracks from Lions and company. They just dropped Foureign Friends on our ears and we like what we hear. The four track EP is a compilation from Lions, My First Castle, Gulfer, and Odd Dates. Grab it for a name your price option. Read More

Pity Sex – Dark World

May 2, 2014 |

Take a bit of indie and shoegaze mixed a touch of punk and you’ve got Pity Sex. The Ann Arbor outfit’s Dark World album is emotive and catchy. The fuzzy guitars and muffled vocals paint a retro soundscape that we find really enjoyable. Be sure to catch Pity Sex on tour this summer, they have an extensive list of shows that span across the USA.  Read More

Whirr – Pipe Dreams

April 30, 2014 |

Whirr has a peanut butter and chocolate situation on their hands. In a shoegaze meets punk fusion, Pipe Dreams is a open sounding album that remains grounded by distorted guitars and the like. Sound interesting? Sounds good to us! The Oakland band is playing up and down the west coast this summer so if you’re in the area, check them out. Read More

Pinegrove – &

April 28, 2014 |

Indie rock with an Americana flair, that’s what Pinegrove is bringing to the masses. Their latest album  feels genuine and raw, allowing their emotions to carry throughout the tracks. We’d imagine live performances will have the crowd slowly swaying and taking contemplative swigs from their drinks. Grab the digital copy at a name your price option. Read More

The Hundred Days – The Hundred Days EP

April 24, 2014 |

In need of some fun/dancey tracks? The Hundred Days have it covered with their latest self-titled EP. The electro indie sound is perfect for hip party playlists or a solo listen. Either way, you’re in for some sweet tunes. Read More

Tides of Man – Young and Courageous

April 23, 2014 |

Tides of Man have crafted one of the best instrumental albums we’ve heard so far this year. Young and Courageous plays like a fine barrel aged whiskey, full of character yet artfully balanced. The songs seemingly melt into one another but still erupt with powerful guitar and percussion work. The result is a textured sound that is a must have for fans of the genre.  Read More

Growl – No Years

April 22, 2014 |

We previously wrote about Growl’s garage-pop packed album, Gallery,  and we’re happy to see they have yet another release to sink our teeth into. No Years is a fun and retro tinged album for those of us who want shed the pageantry found in much of the music today and just get to the good stuff.  Read More