Highly Suspect, “My Name Is Human”
RIYL: Soundgarden gone prog-rock with hints of reggae
Having released a grammy nominated album last year, this Cape Cod power-trio isn’t taking any breaks. The band recently announced that their sophomore album, “The Boy Who Died Wolf” will be released in November of this year, and dropped this single, “My Name Is Human” off of it.
Native Other, “Palms”
RIYL: Reverb soaked indie-pop like Grizzly Bear or Animal Collective
This chilled out, track from Oshawa indie-pop outfit, Native Other, tells the story of meeting a girl at a party and just completely clicking together. The track will be featured on Native Other’s forthcoming debut EP, due out on October 5th.
This experimental Swedish trio spent the first half of 2016 recording a new EP in an old paper mill in the woods. Having finished it all, the band has released this new single, “Wait”, from the forthcoming EP, “Color, Cut and Clarity”, due out on September 16.
Dalton Deschain & the Traveling Show, “Freakshow”
RIYL: Weird carnival alt-rock
This single from the punk-cabaret 5-piece, Dalton Deschains & the Traveling Show, tells the story of a transwoman falling in love with a stagehand for traveling sideshow. The single is from the bands forthcoming circus inspired EP, “Roberta”, due out on October 28th.
Savoy Motel, “Sorry People”
RIYL: A beautiful hybrid of groove, soul and alt-rock
Nashville 4-piece wrote this track, “Sorry People” the second single from their forthcoming album, based on the late garage rocker, Jay Reatard’s penchant of always apologizing. The band will their debut self-titled album, October 21st.