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Daniel Romano’s Outfit – “Nocturne Child”

As a man who’d taken 2020 as a challenge to beat King Gizzard at their own game, Daniel Romano remains on track to make 2021 another massive year for himself musically. Gearing…

Cameron Knowler

Cameron Knowler’s solo LP is imbued with a spirit of the American West. From cowboy songs and bluegrass blushes to Spanish plaza buskers, the record has a sepia soul that floats from…

RSTB Radio Show: July

Another excellent two hours of the best of RSTB landed last night. The set featured some excellent new works from Rhyton, Possum, WEEED, Mountain Movers, Vanishing Twin, William Tyler, Jeffrey Alexander, Scott…

Cindy – “To Be True”

San Francisco can’t stop bringing the gems this week and circling the same oracle as April Magazine, Cindy announces their second album 1:2 on Tough Love and Mt St. Mtn. The first…

Howlin’ Rain – “Dharma Wheel”

Another huge announcement for the Fall lands this week with a new album on the way from Howlin’ Rain. The band doesn’t waste anytime heralding the new LP, releasing the 16+ minute…

Eugene Chadbourne & Jim McHugh

Some chaos fodder for the fiends while Sunwatchers are in repose between paint-scrapers and for fans of Eugene’s acerbic wit made manifest. At heart, the record is a couple of Greensboro boys…

April Magazine – “Shrine”

Last week I mentioned that SF favorites April Magazine have a new album out soon on Paisley Shirt Records. The first single “Shrine” now gains a visual accompaniment, animated by the band’s…

Cochemea

The second album from Dap-Kings sax player Cochmea Gastelum expands on the familial themes of his debut, All My Relations. Woven in the jazz-funk journey here is a call and response between…

Normil Hawaiians – “Still Obedient”

Upset the Rhythm continue their series of reissues and excavations of Normal Hawaiians catalog. Dark World collects some of the band’s earliest works, culling together looser, more raw recordings from their formative…

Rhyton – “Stanley Stood Still”

Excited to share this one today, the first cut off of Rhyton’s sixth album, Pharaonic Crosstalk. Following up on the excellent Krater’s Call from last year, Shuford, SeiTang & Smith are back…

The Catenary Wires

The third album from The Catenary Wires pushes further towards an overcast folk, but keeps windtorn pop at its heart. The band features members of Heavenly, Tender Trap, and Talulah Gosh, but…

April Magazine – “Shrine”

Why not cap things off today with a new cut from San Francico’s April Magazine? The band, which features members of The Reds, Pinks and Purples and Flowertown have a new cassette…