Greys, “Fresh Hell”
RIYL: Home-grown noise-punk that’s not afraid to experiment
Toronto based noise-rock quartet, Greys, released their sophomore album, Outer Heaven back in April, but when the creative juices are flowing, you can’t just stop them. The band recorded and released their third album, Warm Shadows, on October 5th. Check out the single, “Fresh Hell” from the new album.
Laughed the Boy, “Indifferent”
RIYL: That 90’s indie rock
It may be October, but, the warm weather isn’t the only thing giving off summer vibes, this new track from Toronto band, Laughed the Boy, is oozing with summer chill. This relaxed new single comes from the band’s new full-length album coming out late this year.
Butch Walker, “East Coast Girl”
RIYL: Heartland rock with a modern twist
Georgia based sing-songwriter, Butch Walker channels some major vibes from Bruce Springsteen on this new single from his recently released 8th album, Stay Gold. The new album features some solid Americana rock to drive down the open road to.
Lou Barlow, “The Breeze”
RIYL: The Sebadoh, quiet, intimate folk songs
Lou Barlow’s famous for his work with Dinosaur Jr. and the Sebadoh. Having released his first solo album in 6 years back in 2015, Barlow’s following it up with a 5-song EP entitled Apocalyptic Fetish. The EP features Barlow, a ukulele and a lot of cathartic release.
Kedr Livanskiy, “Otvechai Za Slova (Keep Your Word)”
RIYL: IDM, and atmospheric electronica like the Aphex Twin or Boards of Canada
Kedr Livanskiy is quickly becoming a key player in Moscow’s underground electronica scene. Check out this single from Lavinskiy’s debut full-length album, January Sun, which aims to capture the otherworldliness of the Russian winter.