Indie Rock

Divino Niño "Made Up My Mind"

Divino Niño has released a new single called "Made Up My Mind". This is the group's first single since the released of their 2019 album Foam. The new song features contributions from fellow local musicians Sen Morimoto & Will Miller (Whitney, Resavoir).


Into It. Over It. "We Prefer Indoors"

Into It. Over It. (aka Evan Weiss) has released a new single called "We Prefer Indoors" from their forthcoming album Figure which is due out on September 18th via Triple Crown Records.

The video for the single was directed by coool (John TerEick and Jake Nokovic), and finds Evan Weiss and company preparing for a gig while social distancing and features appearances from Mike Kinsella (American Football), Bob Nanna (Braid / Hey Mercedes), Christine Goodwyne and Nicollete Sara (Pool Kids), Erik Czaja (Dowsing / Pet Symmetry), Marcus Nuccio (Ratboys / Pet Symmetry), Jared Karns (Their/They’re/There), Andy Hendricks (Annabel), and more.


Pool Holograph "Medieval Heart"

Pool Holograph has released the first single, "Medieval Heart", from their forthcoming album, Love Touched Time and Time Began to Sweat, which is set to be released on October 2nd. The new album will feature contributions from V.V. Lightbody and Spencer Ouellette of REZN, and was recorded in early 2020.

This is the work of Wyatt Grant, Jacob Stolz, Zachary Stuckmann, and Paul Stolz.


Cordoba "Ivy" (Frank Ocean Cover)

Cordoba has released their remotely recorded cover of Frank Ocean's "Ivy". The Jazz-Influenced group, consisting of Brianna Tong (Vocals), Eric Novak (Saxophone), Cam Cunningham (Guitar), Zach Bain-Selbo (Keys), Khalyle Hagood (Bass), and Zach Upton-Davis (Drums), are preparing to release their debut LP, Specter, at some point this year.

Back in March, just as all of this was beginning, they dropped the first single from Specter, "Diluvian", and in June they released "Factory".


Single Premiere: The Steak House Mints "Don't Let The Russian Bots Win"

We are proud to be able to premiere the latest single, "Don't Let The Russian Bots Win", from the Glam Pop group The Steak House Mints. If the title doesn't tip you off the single's cover will, the band has seized the moment to get bluntly political. The single is officially out on Friday, Aug 21, one day after the U.S. Democratic National Convention wraps up and three days before the start of the U.S. Republican National Convention.

This single was recorded by Steven Gillis, who is known for his work with Los Lobos and Naked Raygun, at Transient Sound and was mastered by Ted Jensen (Talking Heads-Speaking in Tongues; Green Day-American Idiot) at Sterling Sound.