IN THE PRESS
“Antonick brings doomed love to new life with a lush mix of tender romanticism, yearning melancholy, and alluring melody.”
“Long Island’s The Tin Can Collective are not an easy band to pin down. They’ve got a new LP, ‘Axiomatic Alarm Clock,’ and across the two singles they’ve released so far, they touch on indie rock, emo, folk, heartland rock, and more, all seen through a lo-fi DIY lens.”
“Exploring themes of self love, gender euphoria, and body positivity, Reversels is the band we need now!”
“Rigid gender norms suck. Pony Hunt’s cosmic doo-wop rules.”
“The accompanying video is trippy and dizzying- a lot like working your face off at a job you hate and coming home from work with a fully melted brain.”
“‘Torch Song,’ a gorgeous visual that perfectly matches the stunning sonics of this song.”
The lyrics also take you on a journey: ‘Ego Death’ is a narrative song cycle inspired by the concept of the “hero’s journey” or monomyth.
The Gilded Audio Music Library was built in response to the bland, stock flavors found in traditional music libraries. It’s meant to benefit media makers in that it offers them a new place to find exciting music that nobody else is using.
“Melodically indie and instrumentally experimental, Warren Dunes has created a track that can’t be pigeonholed into any genre. From the upcoming album ‘Get Well Soon,’ out March 19, this track shows a funkier side to the trio.”
“Shreveport,” the second single from the band, is another sharp piece of guitar pop, finding a middle ground between fervent energy and catchy melodies.