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Weathers drops new single "Feel Good" for these trying times

Coronavirus keeping you in the house? Show cancellations rocking your music lover heart to the core? Fear not, for not even the crushing despair of self quarantine can keep you from jamming out to Weathers' new single "Feel Good". The alt-rock group just finished their tour with Echosmith -- good timing -- and "Feel Good" captures all of the energy of the band's live show into one synth-filled good vibe torch song. Frontman Cameron Boyer wrote the song as a testament to his search for an escape route from loneliness and despair while on tour in the beginning of last year, and you can feel that drive come through in his voice. If you're looking for a song to get you through this potentially lonely and isolating time, give "Feel Good" a shot; listen to it below. - Will Sisskind


Hollow Fortyfives release new EP "Weekender" for any day of the week

The Hollow Fortyfives have put out their new EP Weekender, and despite what the name may suggest, the record suits any day of the week. The indie rock jams of Travis Corsaut, Brett Incardone, and Lucas Renberg pay tribute to late nights, debauchery, and general reckless fun outside the confines of the doldrums of the workplace, the chore chart, and the day-to-day responsibilities. At under twenty minutes, Weekender makes for a good one-time listen on your way home from work on a Friday evening, or -- if you put it on loop -- you can make it your soundtrack for your whole Saturday or Sunday, if not both. Weekender is the follow-up to the band's debut 2018 LP Strange Times, and while the rock-and-roll power remains, there's an extra crunch on the new EP that gives it just a little more bite. Check out one of the tracks from Weekender, called "Get Out", below. - Will Sisskind



03.13: Mild Minds releases melancholic debut album "MOOD"

Maybe, given the recent goings on in the world, you've had a rough go of it, and just need some time to disassociate. If you need to freshen up your Music To Zone Out To playlist, give Mild Minds' MOOD a try. Run by Benjamin David, Mild Minds has the trip hop sounds to which fans of Caribou and Four Tet will find themselves dancing. MOOD, Mild Minds' debut album, has tracks such as "Movements" and "Walls" which layer catchy drum grooves and soft pulsing synths over droning bass. The effect will keep you moving to the beat as you remove yourself from whatever stressful medical, financial, or mental situation threatening you at the moment. MOOD drops on March 13th; take a look at the music video for "Walls" below. - Will Sisskind


Carrousel releases modern day lo-fi video for "A Solitary Soul"

CARROUSEL -- the duo of Joel and Sharon Piedt -- have released a music video for their new single "A Solitary Soul", off their new EP I Wasn't Well. The song brings the psych rock energy of the Piedts, but the video shows real creativity within limits, as the duo used iPhones alone to shoot the footage. In this day and age, to use just a phone to shoot a film might seem lo-fi. But the other production values the Piedts focused on took their video to another level. Their spacesuit costumes and locations -- some of which were used to film the Tatooine scenes for Star Wars -- create a sense of depth and atmosphere on top of that which the music already provides. Take a look at the video for yourself below, and go find I Wasn't Well on CARROUSEL's Bandcamp. - Will Sisskind



03.04: Moses Sumney plays final show of Bootleg Theater residency

Moses Sumney has become bigger than ever in the past several months, and with his new double album græ on the horizon, more fans are flocking to his style of R&B mixing with folk and soul. On March 4th, Sumney will play a free all-ages show at the Bootleg Theater, the final one of his residency at the venue which began back in February. He'll play songs from græ, many of which deal with the concepts of color and space as spectra and liminal entities. As fans enter the theater to the show, they'll hear music from græ playing around them in immersive 3D audio to create atmosphere, as well as stir up conversation and build community. Because it's free, attendance to the show is not guaranteed, so fans should head to the Bootleg Theater early to see Sumney perform. Take a listen to "Virile" from græ below. - Will Sisskind


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