Indie Rock

Blase "Elusive Colors"

Blase released his debut EP, “Elusive Colors”, last week. This is the hazy Psych Pop of Mitch Settecase who has spent the last few year performing with the likes of Jude Shuma, Dried Spider, Niika, B Forrest, Subhi, and more.

The EP’s opening track is called “Weightless” and is accompanied by the B Forrest directed video below.

Shake the Baby Til the Love Comes Out have get darkly rhythmic on new LP, play Trans-Pecos 11.27

New York duo Shake the Baby Til the Love Comes Out have no problem making disconcerting-yet-engaging math rock (as their slightly unsavory name belies). Their new LP Growth and Healing Through Bringing Others Down continues the stumbling momentum of last year’s in a pretty suit; sludgy melodic riffs and absolutely massive drum fills on single “For All the Days That I Am Happy” shows Shake the Baby has no problem letting the lead out while seamlessly switching rhythmic gears. Revel in the noise below, and catch them at Trans Pecos on November 27th for their album release show.

The Daisy Heaves “Apparition”

Last week The Daisy Heaves released two new singles, “Apparition” b/w “Missing”, from their forthcoming full-length album, the sleep of reason produces monsters.

The Daisy Heaves is primarily the Dream Pop of Ryan Dahl, and these first two single show a lot of promise first upcoming album.

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No Men @ Empty Bottle (11/27)

No Men released their latest album, Hell Was Full So We Came Back, last week. The band released visual for the album’s second single, “Dance Cop”, last month.

You can catch No Men at Empty Bottle on November 27th with Ganser, Luggage, and Salvation.

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