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New Track: "Buschleague" - Cold Fronts

Good news from the Cold Fronts camp! After patiently/impatiently waiting for the green-light from Sire Records, the band's full-length album, Forever Whatever, now has a release date of October 23. You can also take a listen to their new track, "Buschleague," from the forthcoming LP, over at Consequence of Sound, and enjoy the single's artwork (above) with frontman Craig Almquist keeping it classy!


Kid Freud, "The End"

 For fans of: Vampire Weekend, The Kooks, The Shins

Local trio Kid Freud are bringing their quirky. uptempo garage pop to the Nashville scene, and we think we're in love.

Their latest EP The End (which we certainly hope it isn't) is 20 minutes of pure bliss. With obvious pop appeal, the 6-song release shows quality musicianship and thoughtfulness with each track, without leaving out the DIY-esque roughness East Nashvillians crave. The guys even include a Frankie Valli cover that will have you and your sweetheart cutting a rug.

Give The End a listen below and thank us later! -Caroline Bowman



Brooklyn hip-hop/neo-soul quartet Flyer Learning plays at The Living Room on 9.18

Back in June, Brooklyn hip-hop/neo-soul quartet Flyer Learning released 'The 457 Sessions EP,' a feel-good yet bold offering. On early track "You Got It Good," for example, slightly sinister instrumentation reminiscent of early Gorillaz melds with chill-voiced rapper Ben Bennett's admonitions of a whiny youth to form delightful mellowness. "Heads Bop" (streaming below), similarly, sets Bennett's fearless emcee ambitions against drum taps and coiling electronics that, combined with singer Chandanie Orgias' breathy vocals, culminate in potential hypnosis. While unfraid to speak its mind, Flyer Learning knows not to preach but to provoke and it does so intriguingly with aware yet immersive music. Flyer Learning performs at The Living Room on 9.18. - Zach Weg 


West coast tour begins for OC rockers Media Jeweler, tomorrow at Beatnik Bandito

Get your rocks off with the rock band (full-stop) Media Jeweler tomorrow as they kick off their West Coast tour, saying and playing their goodbyes at the Beatnik Bandito in Santa Ana with Canyons, Slow Rose, and Rufrano. Sam and the gang will make a pit-stop in time for Pehrspace's "First Fridays" 9/4 with support from Pregnant, Bloody Death Skull, and Madame Headdress, and then it's off to the mystical lands of Norcal and beyond!

Unfortunately, y'all missed your chance at a free download of their debut album $99 R/T Hawaii, with songs that have recently been lauded by big-name tastemakers Pitchfork and Stereogum (we wrote some nice things about them, too). Media Jeweler had originally planned to self-release in August as we previously reported, but that's all changed after a solid partnership with the Brooklyn-based label Fire Talk Records, whose roster includes acts like Dreamcrusher and Advaeta. Now, the album will be cut and released in limited quantites pink and black vinyl so you can get sensual with a physical copy on or before November 20th! And of course if you pre-order you'll also get a digital download of the album, which is slated for a release September 18th on their Bandcamp. 

Because let's be honest: that round-trip airfare isn't gonna pay itself.

Check out their most recent collaboration with up-and-coming director Anthony Joseph Lucido in the music video for "Passport Invalid" below. - Ryan Mo


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