Courtney Barnett announced her new album, Tell Me How You Really Feel, will be released May 18, on Milk! Records. Along with the album release date, the Australian rocker also announced some tour dates for the album along with the first single off the album, “Nameless, Faceless.”
Caroline Rose’s forthcoming album, Loner, will be out February 23 on New West Records. Three singles from the album, “Soul No. 5,” “Money,” and “Getting to Me,” had previously been released ahead of the album. Rose will kick off the tour for the new in Woodstock, New York, at the beginning of March.
Cats in a mafia or doing bondage, young flies staring at a nudey mag, cockroaches amid an apocalypse, gender-fluid pigeons, Ty Segall and Kurt Vile become squirrels, and rats wearing pants to hide “nervous boners;” these are just some examples of the hijinks and situations that exist in the world of Mike Luciano and Phil Matarese’s HBO comedy, Animals.
A band from Riverside, CA, Summer Twins, is composed of two sisters. Chelsea and Justine Brown were inspired by 50’s and 60’s music and they decided to form their own garage pop band, bringing fun and colorful music.
Burger Records is the independent record label that has prided itself on helping new and lesser-known bands get their foot in the door of the music industry. Founded by two musicians themselves, Sean Bohrman and Lee Rickard formerly of the band Thee Makeout Party, both Bohrman and Rickard brought the perspective and insight from one aisle of the industry and record labels to other side; they went from creating the albums to helping others do the same.
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