Rarelyalways x Caption

Matt Wilkinson of Apple Music premiered "Caption" by Rarelyalways on his radio show recently claiming: "This is where people like Arlo Parks, Fontaines D.C. & slowthai got their break when they were starting out. Today we add to that list another incredible talent. Rarelyalways is about to blow up in a big way."  Shortly thereafter, Pitchfork shared the track and said of the artist: "he synthesizes his influences while effortlessly carving out a niche for himself."  Expect more from Rarelyalways later this year with his upcoming EP Baby Buffalo.

Peel x Rom-Com

Peel is the debut project from Sean Cimino and Isom Innis; both multi-instrumentalists, as well as a visual artist and producer respectively. The project was born from a month-long recording session between the two artists within Innis’s concrete loft, above the Orpheum Theatre in downtown Los Angeles. Naturally, the cavernous space served as an industrial incubator for musical experimentation: where fleets of sewing machines once reverberated in the 1930s with metallic rhythms, now echoed a wall-of-sound of drums, amps, and modular synthesizers. Inspired by such legendary records like Second Edition [Public Image Ltd.] and The Pleasure Principle [Gary Numan]; records where spirit and improvisation guided expression.

Debut single ‘Rom-Com’ is available on all digital platforms.  Check the Paste Magazine post for more information.

Nick Waterhouse x Live At Pappy & Harriet's
It's only fitting that Nick Waterhouse's first ever live album was recorded at the legendary Pappy & Harriet's. Growing up in Southern California, this roadhouse in the middle of the desert is as iconic as it gets. Waterhouse turned it into a sweat filled rhythm & blues stomper of an evening featuring an exclusive cover of the garage rock classsic 'Pushin' Too Hard' by The Seeds.⁣ ⁣ In fact, the Waterhouse sonic world might look a lot like a glimmering desert sky at dusk, or the damp, overheated air that awaits through the doors of Pappy's. And now we’re invited in. ⁣ Available on all Digital Platforms & Pre-Order Limited Edition Double LP (1,000 copies).⁣
The Molochs x Don't Look Back
The Molochs return with a song titled "Don't Look Back" from the same sessions as Flowers In The Spring.  The band explains: "Dont Look Back came from reflecting on lost relationships, both friendly and romantic.  I thought about losing people in my life and wondered if it was my fault or if this is a normal part of living.  The answer is most likely both those things, and ultimately all we can do is move on."