Surf Rock Is Dead – ‘Existential Playboy’
Brooklyn-based dream-pop duo unveils shimmering new album
Deep Sea Peach Tree – “Certain Thoughts”
New York psychedelic indie-rockers share smooth new single
Wes Chiller – “Burnin’ Up”
SoCal rocker unleashes infectious, beachy late-summer anthem
The Shacks Release Debut LP Haze
Listening to Haze is like swimming in an inter-galactic pool.
Animals in the Attic present the single “Up in the Air”
The boys create breezy tracks sure to warm up your ears.
The Shins at Coca-Cola Roxy
Despite numerous lineup changes and stylistic shifts over a nearly two-decade existence, The Shins remain one of indie rock’s most reliable room fillers. With their calling cards of nostalgia and James Mercer’s songwriting to fall back on, the most recent iteration of the band pulled from one of the genre’s most celebrated catalogs, allowing the thousands in attendance to relive their experiences with their songs.
What Tyrants “Hangin’ Out in Havana”
The surf and sand of Cuba meet the oil slicks of Minneapolis garage rock.
Fat Creeps, “Having So Much Fun”
Boston’s gloomy surf-pop outfit create cognitive dissonance between sound and lyrical scene.
Jovontaes, “Can't Surf”
All they need is one mic for their Midwest psych.