Rooftop Gardens Circles

Rooftop Gardens – ‘Circles’


Super Fan 99 Records signing Rooftop Gardens has shared new single ‘Circles’ and its melodic ’70s-inspired hooks sound something akin to the result of a hazy jamming session between Neil Young, Avi Buffalo and Teenage Fanclub. Peter Maffei, the man behind Rooftop Gardens, sings about discontent fading by the afternoon, getting his shit intact and…

Waxahatchee Fire

Waxahatchee – ‘Fire’


Waxahatchee has returned with new single ‘Fire’ ahead of the release of new album ‘Saint Cloud’ on 27 March via Merge Records. Dreamt up while driving over the Mississippi River from Memphis into West Memphis, AR, Katie Crutchfield describes the song as ‘written by me, to myself’ and how ‘it’s about the internal dialogue of…

Friendship – ‘You Might Already Know’


Philadelphia-based band Friendship have shared the beautifully touching ‘You Might Already Know’ ahead of the release of new album ‘Dreamin” on 8 November via Owen Ashworth’s (Advance Base/Casiotone for the Painfully Alone) Orindal Records. The record was recorded direct on to tape and this sweet Americana-tinged song finds Dan Wriggings offering his thoughts in a…

Hollow Hand Milestone video

Hollow Hand – ‘Milestone’ video


Brighton-based Hollow Hand has released a video for ‘Milestone’, the latest single to be taken from his acclaimed debut record ‘Star Chamber’ (available from Talkshow Records now). Sitting neatly in a space between the optimism of Americana and the melodic tendencies of Gruff Rhys or Real Estate, the sunshine-infused track is full of romance and…

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Glossies – ‘Popular’


Following the loss of a studio to a mudslide, Santa Barbara musician Erich Tomkinson (formerly Dot Plaza) relocated to Los Angeles and got to work on his new Glossies project. Released via Super Fan 99 Records, the debut Glossies single ‘Popular’ is a playful and irreverent piece of bedroom pop that recalls the great Western…

Uncle Luc – I Write


We don’t need to reiterate how much we loved Stagecoach. Providing so many great memories over the years, there’s still a tinge of sadness that they called it a day last year. At least they left on a high, with ‘Say Hi to the Band’ being pretty much the perfect indie-pop album and one you…