Self-described “slop pop” band Diet Cig established a reputation for themselves earlier this year with their infectious EP Over Easy. The songs featured were raw, witty, and beautiful in their simplicity.
Now, the multi-instrumentalist is gearing up to release his first full-length album with Run For Cover Records. Entitled Looking In, the album is not set to be released until October 2. Luckily, we’ve managed to get a glimpse of what to expect through his first single, “Mia.”
Beach House is, Victoria Legrand and Alex Scully, a band from Baltimore, Maryland and they are in clear control of the California Beach House vibe, get it? This song “Sparks” is in consistent style with their commonalities as an artist and band, spacey, vibrant melodic tones. Sparks is a journey in of itself.
“Cote D’Azur” is a track from the Quiet Hollers’ self-titled album that will be released this October 2015. After the release of their 2013 album I Am The Morning, Quiet Hollers gained an immense fan base, which lead to several tours across the country.
Their last album, City of Sound, was released in 2014, and is split with half-recorded and half-live music. The inclusion of live tracks gave the album more depth, although “Navigate Ready” and “Criminal” easily matched the power of the soulful, live cuts.
Amateur Best is a music act created by Joe Flory, formerly known as Primary 1. He’s readying his second full-length album The Gleaners to be released in October, a follow up to 2013 No Thrills. His music is slinky electropop, cold and disaffected enough to walk the New York City streets, warm enough to come home to, if music can feel both hazy and crystal clear — this is it.