The Wild Honey Pie Premieres “Wild Child” by Elijah

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The Wild Honey Pie premiered “Wild Child” by Elijah here. “Wild Child,” begins by drowning your ears in an auditory blur of guitar reverberation and subdued instrumental resonance, then gently leads you into a simple yet catchy guitar riff and heavy synth cadence,” writes WHP.

Elijah’s EP, ‘Annie’ is out August 5th via Old Flame Records and is available for pre-order here.

Alt Press Premieres “Heading for the Harrows” by Them Bruins


Alt Press premiered “Heading for the Harrows” by Them Bruins here. The premiere also includes a few words about the single and their upcoming release.

Them Bruins US debut of, No One Wants To Dance With Them Bruins, is set to be released on August 26 via Old Flame Records. Pre-order it here.

The Fader Premieres Doe’s “Sincere” Video


The Fader premiered London punk outfit, Doe’s, newest video for their track “Sincere,” here. “The video rejects confrontation and places the three-piece inside an apartment, silently stuffing their faces with bowls of Coco Pops and spaghetti,” writes Darville of the gritty tune.

Doe’s LP, “Some Things Last Longer Than You,” will be release on October 9th via Old Flame. Check out the pre-order here.

Metal Injection Premieres “Ignore the Stranger” by Goes Cube

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Metal Injection premiered Goes Cube’s newest track, “Ignore the Stranger,” here. Calling the track a “triumphant return,” the Brooklyn trio is set to release their full length, ’Shadows Swallowed The Flood’ will be released on October 21st via Old Flame Records for digital, and Greenway Records for multi-colored vinyl options. Snag the pre-order here.

Rookie Mag Premieres “Stronger” Video by Gothic Tropic


Rookie Mag premiered the video for Gothic Tropic’s tune, “Stronger,” here. Along the video premiere is an in-depth interview with Gothic Tropic master,ind, Cecilia Della Peruti. Enjoy the video and check out the great conversation about the tune, the video, and Gothic Tropic.

NPR List Dawg Yawp in its Heavy Rotation

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In its, ‘Heavy Rotation: 10 Songs Public Radio Can’t Stop Playing,’ NPR featured Dawg Yawp’s “Can’t Think,” here. Liz Felix, of WNKU, praised the Ohio duo’s tune for its heavy and quirky darkness.


Impose Premiere “Limousines” by Dream Cult


Mississippi dream poppers, Dream Cult, had their new tune “Limousines” premiere over at Impose before the release of their debut LP, ‘Weekend’ here. Impose spoke of the single as , “ classic jam that brings back the 1990’s/2000’s pop/punk sound in all of its glory,” citing similarities to Blink 182, A Day to Remember and Simple Plan. Cool.

Their debut Weekend LP will be out July 29th. It is available in limited edition mustard yellow and turquoise cassette formats, available here.

PopMatters Premiere Automagik’s “The Road” Video

PopMatters premiered Automagik’s video for “The Road” here. PopMatters talked of the video and tune saying, “”The Road” grooves hard, putting a seriously killer bassline behind a guitar straight out of Jack White’s kit and just a touch of disco influence. It’s also high-energy, enjoying itself in a way that White would never be caught dead doing. Jangly keys, seemingly mis-mastered vocals, and the gorilla suit inject some levity into a genre whose stoicism can be frustrating.” We agree.

Automagik’s EP, ‘The Road’ is available now via Old Flame and is available for your consumption here.

Do512 Premieres “Autographin’ Bibles” by BOOHER


Along with announcing BOOHER’s arrival to Old Flame, Do512, premiered the new title track, “Autographin’ Bibles” off their upcoming EP and forthcoming record here.

BOOHER is the new project of Austin musician, Micheal Booher (former frontman of Zykos) and is set to release an EP on 6/24 as well as a full-length in 2017. BOOHER will be playing a free release party at The Blackheart, in Austin, with Brother Superior, MODRAG, Star Parks, and Hope Irish. Digital download cards of the new BOOHER EP will be available at the show for $2, with all proceeds going towards the victims of Pulse nightclub shooting in Orlando.

Noisey Premiers Gothic Tropic’s “Stronger”

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Noisey premiere Gothic Tropic’s newest tune, “Stronger” here. The feature described Gothic Tropic’s track as, “fingerclicky cool, with a pinch of 60s shimmy and a pipette full of 80s power pop. It’s very top down, blow your hair back, foot to the floor as the magic hour dips to night.”

We agree.