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Indie Rock

Doleful Lions

Doleful Lions (aka Jonathan Scott) has released the next two singles, "True Blue" and "Carpenter Panaflex", from his forthcoming album True Believers. This is the first new music from Scott since the 2017 album I Wrote Fish Heads. The album is set to be released via In The Lake Records.


Sunblood "One of A Kind"

Last year Rakunk renamed themselves Sunblood and released a single called "Spin". This month they released their second single, "One of A Kind", and it is a quirky rocker and a great sign of what's to come from Sunblood.

You can catch Sunblood on March 11th at Sleeping Village with Gentle Heat, Wombo, and Sad Baxter.


Indie Rock

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Silverlake Lounge

Jacksonport "Chicago"

John Fatum (aka Jacksonport) has released his second single, and it is an ode to the area he grew up in called "Chicago". The video for the single was shot in his hometown of Wilmette at 5am after a fresh snowfall.

He takes his stage name from a small town in Door County Wisconsin, and clearly holds his Midwest roots in high regard. He recently left his home in Brooklyn to travel the country and release a song a month through out the year. January's release was called "Time to Dream", and is a great start to what should be an impressive year for Fatum. 


Celebrate survival with Seán Barna's "Eastern Junk Dancing"

Seán Barna is an enigmatic everyman. For all the various idiosyncratic struggles he processes on new single “Eastern Junk Dancing,” the experiences of “scraping together whatever money you can to galavant up and down the last coast in a tour van,” the mental gymnastics of re-interpreting the steely resolve of Margaret Thatcher as a way to merely exist as a queer person, they’re delightfully idiosyncratic, yet immediately resonate with anyone who’s had to hustle for the dream or persevere despite feelings of inadqueacy or non-normalcy. These quotidian trials as narrative, which Barna chronicles in melancholy-yet-hopeful voice, one that evokes equal parts Destroyer and David Bowie, against a glammy, acoustic vamp, makes for a joyful bop; it’s a celebration of the radical act of staying alive, which after all, is something worth commemorating, if even for a few fleeting hours on Houston Street. Listen to it below if you’re feeling doubtful of your own starpower to remind yourself that, despite it all, you’re still here. —Connor Beckett McInerney


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