Impose Premieres Shark?’s Guided By Voices Cover “Game of Pricks”

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Shark? covered “Game of Pricks” by Guided By Voices on their latest EP Summer Ale and Impose was kind enough to premiere it along side its GBV parent track.  Shark?’s cover of the 1995 song originally appeared on a Dirty Laundry TV cassette compilation earlier this year, but now is available on the Summer Ale cassette, so pick that up ASAP.

Shark? Summer Ale | Listen for free at bop.fm

Death and Taxes Premieres Dead Stars’ “Summer Bummer” Video

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Dead Stars premiered their new video for single “Summer Bummer” with Death and Taxes.  Dan Turkel kindly calls the track “straight froward in the best way” and mentions that the video uses a “cute muppet-y kind” of puppet, which gives us all a reason to watch this delightful video.  ”Summer Bummer” can be found on the recently released Slumber and be sure to catch Dead Stars as they do a quick North American tour.

Stereogum Premieres Shark?’s “Big Summer (Summer Ale)”

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The guys over at Stereogum premiered a new Shark? track called “Big Summer (Summer Ale)” off the recently released Summer Ale EP.  ”Big Summer (Summer Ale)” builds on the sound Shark? developed with their recent full length release Savior, but then slips into an all out indie rock jam.  Check out the rest of the EP, now available on cassette or digitally.

Shark? Summer Ale | Listen for free at bop.fm

Wondering Sound Premieres Stream of Dead Stars Album ‘Slumber’

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Wandering Sound graciously premiered a stream of Dead Stars brand new album Slumber.  The trio, best known for chugging guitars and smooth vocals, embodies the best of college rock past, and indie rock future.  Slumber is now available as a CD or cassette as well as digitally.  Check out Slumber below.

Dead Stars | Listen for free at bop.fm

Noisey Premeires Yawn’s “Follow You” Video

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Noisey did us the honor of premiering Yawn’s new demonstrative video for the track “Follow You”.  The video breaks down a wide shot of the band down to the smallest particles through its course, pretty cool right?  Be sure to check out their upcoming album Love Chills coming out September 9th

USA Today’s Pop Candy Premieres The Pharmacy’s “Masten Lake Lagoon”

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USA Today’s Pop Candy premiered The Pharmacy’s new song “Masten Lake Lagoon” off the upcoming album Spells.  The new song takes roots in guitarist and singer, Scottie Yoder’s experiences growing up in Sullivan County N.Y.  The Pharmacy is in the process of touring Europe currently, and we are excited to see Spells hit the shelves August 12th.

The Village Voice Premieres Dead Stars’ “Summer Bummer”

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The Village Voice premiered the new Dead Stars track “Summer Bummer” off the bands recently released debut album Slumber.  Brittany Spanos claims “Summer Bummer” is “the perfect anti-summer song just in time for summer”.  Grab a copy of Slumber and go see Dead Stars open for Dinosaur Jr. and Mac Demarco at the Village Voice’s upcoming free festival “4Knots” taking place on July 12th.

Indie Shuffle Premieres Millionyoung’s “Tell Me”

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The Indie Shuffle premiered Millionyoung’s new track “Tell Me”, making it their “song of the day”.  Harping on the jamablility and “groovy melody” of “Tell Me”, Jason Grishkoff  speaks highly of the Florida duo’s new work.  Be sure to listen to “Tell Me” and the rest of Materia when it comes out on July 29th.

 

Impose Premieres Shark? “Savior” Video

Impose premiered Shark?’s new video for title track “Savior”.  Calling it a “wickedly catchy cut” Mike Murphy praises Shark?’s alien fueled “questionable hijinks” and asks us all to take note of “When Desert Aliens Attack”.  See the wild dramatization of “Savior” above and pick up a copy of Shark?’s new tape Summer Ale.

Noisey Premieres Dead Stars Someone Else Video

Noisey premiered Dead Stars’ new video for “Someone Else”.  Kim Taylor Bennett says the video “makes us feel gooey and golden inside” when referring to video’s nostalgic quality.  Check out Dead Stars’ “self-described love letter to Brooklyn” above and be sure to grab a copy of the recently released Slumber.