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Runnner "Starsdust" is out today

Listen to the ambient follow up to “Like Dying Stars, We're Reaching Out” now

Noah Weinman, aka Runnner, is back with more new music to kick off 2024. The Los Angeles-based songwriter/producer/multi-instrumentalist has quickly been making a name for himself as one of the most prolific and endearing modern indie folk artists, with a steady stream of music that culminated in his debut full-length, 2023's Like Dying Stars, We're Reaching Out (which drew praise from the likes of Pitchfork, The FADER, Stereogum, Uproxx, Paste Magazine, BrooklynVegan, Line of Best Fit, and many more). Now he's already returned with an unexpected follow-up: Starsdust, a twelve song album of ambient music that expands the possibilities of what Runnner can be.


Starsdust is rooted in Weinman's creative restlessness. The song sketches began as a way to stay occupied while traveling during his extensive touring schedule, but after suffering a severe injury to his achilles tendon, Weinman found himself homebound and dove into this new project. Like Dying Stars, We're Reaching Out provided the raw materials for the making of the new record, with its beautifully homespun indie folk and more structured songwriting drastically altered into the dreamlike atmospheres of Starsdust. "I made one rule for myself while making this record and it was that I wasn’t allowed to record any new audio," Weinman explains. "Every sound on this album is a repurposed stem from Like Dying Stars, We’re Reaching Out. I was allowed to pitch, flip, stretch, and chop anything I wanted, but everything had to begin from something already recorded for the last album." The result is an immersive set of songs that feel inviting and familiar yet unlike anything Runnner has released before.

Upcoming Shows:
02/17 New York, NY @ Lincoln Center

Posted: February 02, 2024

Mini Trees release "Push and Pull" single and lyric video

Spring tour dates announced w/ Eliza Mclamb

Mini Trees has released a new standalone single "Push and Pull", along with the lyric video above. The band will be back on the road for a full US tour in March and April 2024 with Eliza Mclamb. 

Upcoming Tour Dates:
March 11 – Phoenix, AZ – Valley Bar^
March 19 – Birmingham, AL – Saturn^
March 20 – Nashville, TN – The End^
March 21 – Atlanta, GA – Masquerade – Purgatory^
March 22 – Asheville, NC – The Grey Eagle^
March 23 – Carrboro, NC – Cats Cradle Main Room^
March 25 – Washington D.C. – Union Stage^
March 26 – Philadelphia, PA – PhilaMOCA^
March 28 – New York, NY – Music Hall of Williamsburg^
March 29 – Boston, MA – Sinclair^
March 30 – Burlington, VT – Higher Ground^
April 1 – Toronto, ON – Velvet Underground^
April 2 – Columbus, OH – Ace of Cups^
April 4 – Chicago, IL – Schubas^
April 5 – Milwaukee, WI – Vivarium^
April 6 – Minneapolis, MN – Fine Line^
April 8 – Denver, CO – Larimer Lounge^
April 10 – Boise, ID – Shrine Social Club^
April 12 – Seattle, WA – Barboza^
April 13 – Portland, OR – Doug Fir^
April 15 – San Francisco, CA – Cafe Du Nord^
April 25 – San Diego, CA – VooDoo Room^
April 26 – Los Angeles, CA – Troubadour^

^ = w/ Eliza Mclamb

Posted: December 12, 2023

Runnner Announces Deluxe Version of Debut Album 'Like Dying Stars...'

Upcoming East and West Coast shows

Earlier this year, Runnner (aka LA-based songwriter Noah Weinman) released his debut full-length, Like Dying Stars, We're Reaching Out, drawing praise from the likes of Pitchfork, The FADER, Stereogum, Uproxx, Paste Magazine, BrooklynVegan, Line of Best Fit, and many more. Now Weinman has announced a deluxe version of the record that features a whopping eleven additional tracks.

Due out this Friday, December 8th from Run For Cover Records, Like Dying Stars, We're Reaching Out Deluxe, includes three b-sides from the album's sessions as well as live cuts from the Leeds date of Runnner's recent UK shows, and a stripped down performance from the band's Yellow House Session. Today Runnner has shared one of the b-sides, "another sublet" which offers an extra dose of Weinman's trademark hifi/lofi dynamics, intricate arrangements, and inviting melodies.

Since 2017 Weinman has been releasing music as Runnner, and the songwriter has already amassed an impressive catalog of beautifully homespun indie folk. Like Dying Stars, We're Reaching Out follows Runnner's 2021 collection album, Always Repeating, and marks his most fully realized work to date. The album is a culmination of years of songwriting and home-recording that manages to feel both intimate and cinematic all at once. Lyrically Weinman is often preoccupied with communication and the things that can go unspoken, even between people with a deep emotional bond. The songwriter describes a hectic headspace and the challenges of opening up in a way that feels at once highly specific and deeply relatable, all while the music unfolds in ways that are instantly appealing but reveal themselves even more with each listen--like an old friend that's still surprising you.

Runnner also has a number of upcoming shows including a special holiday show in Santa Ana with A.O. Gerber, Illuminati Hotties, and more. See full itinerary below.

Upcoming Shows:
12/17 Santa Ana, CA @ The Constellation Room w/ Illuminati Hotties
02/12 New York, NY @ Lincoln Center

Posted: December 12, 2023

glass beach are back!

Stream and watch music video for CIA now

Today marks the first sign of life from the seemingly-extinct enigma that is glass beach, as the band releases their dark, dancy, post-punk/jazz hybrid, "the CIA." From the start, the song builds tension and confusion until it explodes into a brutal modern metal climax, flickering with glitchy production zaps and razor-sharp stops. It's a thrilling glimpse into a universe that front person and primary songwriter J. McClendon has been meticulously crafting, and was recorded in Los Angeles, engineered and mixed by McClendon and lead guitarist Layne Smith, and later mastered by Grammy-nominated producer Will Yip.

A must-see video for “the CIA" is also out today. Directed/edited by drummer William White, it's a compelling cinematic companion to the adventurous track.

Posted: October 11, 2023

Citizen "Calling The Dogs" out October 6th, stream "If You're Lonely"

US & UK tour dates w/ Narrow Head, Modern Color, Drug Church

Renowned alternative rock band Citizen is back with a sensational new single, "If You're Lonely,” marking the first release from their forthcoming fifth album Calling The Dogs due October 6. The accompanying video for “If You’re Lonely” is captured through a nostalgic lens as it finds the band playing out of their garage while the suburban chaos of neighborhood politics ensues around them.

Listen to “If You’re Lonely” /// Pre-save Calling The Dogs

With introspective lyrics and a heartfelt melody, the track delves into the personal experiences of lead singer Mat Kerekes who drew inspiration from a challenging upbringing and his own journey of self-discovery. Reflecting on the song's emotional depth, Kerekes shares, “I grew up around a narcissistic parent and absorbed a lot of that behavior over time, negatively affecting people close to me. If You’re Lonely is about recognizing that, growing from it, and becoming a reliable shoulder to lean on.”

"If You're Lonely" serves as a compelling introduction to Citizen’s new era. It’s a remarkable testament to Citizen's ability to reinvent themselves with every album. The forthcoming LP is the band’s most poignant body of work yet, as the record approaches themes of self-reflection, personal growth, and resilience. 

On Calling The Dogs, the band exemplifies that passionate songwriting and styling while stripping back to what they do best: guitar-driven rock ‘n roll. Additionally, Citizen has also announced a world tour in support of this new record. The first legwill see the band lighting up the stages coast-to-coast starting in Indianapolis on October 18 with stops in Las Vegas for When We Were Young Festival, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Nashville, New York, and more, before concluding their US trek in Chicago on November 26. The band will then take the show overseas for a UK/EU run, beginning in February 2024. All tour dates are listed below.

With the release of "If You're Lonely,” Citizen is no doubt highlighting their musical evolution and setting the tone for the next era as Calling The Dogs promises to be a defining rebirth in their already illustrious career.

Posted: July 18, 2023

Temple of Angels' debut album "Endless Pursuit" out today

US summer tour dates including Sound & Fury

Temple of Angels' debut album, Endless Pursuit, is out today. Across Endless Pursuit's eleven stunning songs the Austin, TX-based four-piece have managed to capture all of the most dazzling and entrancing elements of dream pop while still highlighting the hefty dose of hook-filled songwriting at its core.

Earlier singles "Tangled In Joy," "Waving To The Wind," and "(For You) I'd Lose It All" drew attention from the likes of Stereogum, BrooklynVegan, Austin Chronicle, and more, and now listeners can enjoy the full breadth of Endless Pursuit's dynamic sound. To mark the album's release Temple of Angels have teamed with BrooklynVegan for an in-depth look at the influences that went into the record.

Temple of Angels formed in 2017, emerging from the Texas punk and hardcore scene with a widescreen sound recalling the likes of Cocteau Twins, The Cure, or The Sundays. After releasing a series of EPs and singles, the band have made good on the promise of their early work with Endless Pursuit. The album was recorded with Colin Knight (Death Bells, Fury, Leisure World) and Phillip Odom (Ceremony, Militarie Gun, Portrayal of Guilt), and then mastered by Will Yip (Turnover, Citizen, Title Fight), and sounds so fully formed and assured that it belies the difficult circumstances that inspired it. Throughout the record, Morell reckons with the loss of a parent and its deeply unmooring impact on her life. “I started having extremely vivid nightmares reliving certain experiences with my mom that started to take over my life, trapping me in that trauma,” Morell explains. These dreams, filled with “the constant feeling that something or someone so essential to you is missing, home doesn't feel like home anymore, and something about this world just feels off now” would form the central core of Endless Pursuit.

Temple of Angels are also embarking on a lengthy North American tour scheduled for the summer, starting at the end of the month. See full itinerary below.

Upcoming Shows:
07/30 Los Angeles, CA @ Sound & Fury Festival
07/31 San Francisco, CA @ Rickshaw Stop
08/02 Portland, OR @ Polaris
08/03 Seattle, WA @ High Dive
08/05 Boise, ID @ Neurolux
08/07 Denver, CO @ 7th Circle
08/09 Omaha, NE @ Reverb Lounge
08/10 St. Louis, MO @ Off Broadway
08/11 Milwaukee, WI @ X-Ray
08/12 Chicago, IL @ Sleeping Village
08/13 Detroit, MI @ Pike Room
08/14 Toronto, ON @ Monarch
08/15 Montreal, QC @ Casa Del Popolo
08/17 Boston, MA @ Deep Cuts
08/18 New York, NYU @ Union Pool
08/19 Philadelphia, PA @ Foto Club
08/20 Washington, DC @ Rhizome
08/22 Nashville, TN @ DRKMTTR
08/23 Atlanta, GA @ The Earl
08/25 Houston, TX @ White Oak Music Hall (Upstairs)
08/26 Austin, TX @ Parish
08/27 Dallas, TX @ Cheap Steaks

Posted: July 14, 2023

Another Michael Announce Two New Albums

"Wishes To Fulfill Out" 09/22, stream two new tracks now

Stream 'Angel'  &  'Pick Me Up, Turn Me Upside Down'

Philadelphia's most adventurous guitar pop band, Another Michael, have returned with the announcement of not one, but two new full-lengths. Wishes To Fulfill is due out September 22nd of this year, with Pick Me Up, Turn Me Upside Down arriving in early 2024. The dual releases find Another Michael reveling in their love of the song, creating and paying tribute to transcendent musical moments across two contrasting but complimentary albums that make up their finest work to date.

The pair of releases feel like siblings: undeniably different entities that still share key sonic DNA, and each providing a plethora of dynamics, feelings, and moods to soundtrack the richness of life. Wishes To Fulfill is a lean 29-minute set of nine timelessly hooky, single-worthy tracks, while Pick Me Up, Turn Me Upside Down is more expansive, patiently unfolding to reveal an experimental side that brings new hues into the Another Michael’s vibrant sound.

The celebrate the announcement, Another Michael have shared two new songs, Wishes To Fulfill's first single "Angel" and the title track from Pick Me Up, Turn Me Upside Down.

Another Michael have also announced a lengthy run of U.S. tour dates supporting Ratboys, as well as a performance with Wild Pink, see full itinerary below.

Upcoming Shows:

07/15 - Philadelphia, PA @ Love City Brewing ^
10/19 - Omaha @ Reverb *
10/21 - Denver @ Globe Hall *
10/22 - Salt Lake City @ Kilby Court *
10/24 - Seattle @ Madame Lou’s *
10/25 - Portland @ Mississippi Studios *
10/27 - San Francisco @ Cafe Du Nord *
10/28 - Los Angeles @ Lodge Room *
10/29 - San Diego @ The Loft at UCSD *
10/30 - Santa Ana @ Constellation Room *
10/31 - Phoenix @ Valley Bar *
11/02 - San Antonio @ Paper Tiger Small Room *
11/03 - Austin @ Empire Control Room *
11/04 - Dallas @ Club Dada *

^ w/ Wild Pink
* w/ Ratboys

Posted: July 12, 2023

Fiddlehead 'Death Is Nothing To Us' out 8/18, stream Sullenboy

Fall US Tour Dates Announced

Fiddlehead are back, and today the post-hardcore heroes have announced their upcoming third full-length, Death Is Nothing To Us, out August 18th. The album finds Fiddlehead completing the thematic trilogy that began with their previous two releases, resulting in a truly special album that feels like both a culmination of the band's work so far, and one of the years most powerful and life-affirming rock records.

Death Is Nothing To Us is Fiddlehead's most dynamic set of songs to date, with every track pushing further into the melodic and aggressive poles of their sound, all while vocalist Pat Flynn tackles difficult existential themes with an open-heartedness that comes through in every word.

The release of Fiddlehead's sophomore album, Between The Richness, drew praise from fans and critics alike (including Pitchfork, Stereogum, The FADER, Billboard, SPIN, BrooklynVegan, Paste, and many more), and saw the band unexpectedly becoming one of the most vital groups in rock music today. On Death Is Nothing To Us, Flynn delves deeper than ever into the nuances of loss and sadness, but his deeply vulnerable approach is exhilarating and often even joyous in its humanity. "I don’t want people to romanticize grief and depression, myself included,” he explains. “But I wanted to write about the way loss can perpetuate this feeling of sadness in your life. I didn’t intend to make some kind of thematic trilogy but there is this connection to the first two records, and this album sort of rounds out some of the stages of grief that weren’t addressed previously–especially this feeling of stickiness that a depressive attitude can have.” The lyrics on Death Is Nothing To Us attempt to reject the allure of sorrow with a deftness and intensity that's matched by Fiddlehead's music, creating one of the most undeniably compelling albums you'll here this year.

Fiddlehead have announced a run of North American headlining shows. See full itinerary below.

Upcoming Shows:

09/22 Boston, MA @ Royale
09/23 New York, NY @ Webster Music Hall
09/28 Chicago, IL @ Metro
09/29 Toledo, OH @ Ottawa Tavern
09/30 Detroit, MI @ Edgemen
10/01 Toronto, ON @ Lee's Palace
10/06 San Francisco, CA @ Great American Music Hall
10/07 Los Angeles, CA @ Ukrainian Culture Center
10/08 Ojai, CA @ Ojai Women's Club
02/23 London, UK @ The Garage

Posted: June 07, 2023