Fleet Foxes release new song “A Sky Like I’ve Never Seen”

[Photo courtesy of Uncut] By Roman Salomone, Contributor Fleet Foxes have shared a new song for the Prime Video documentary Wildcat. The song is titled “A Sky Like I’ve Never Seen” and features a contribution from Brazilian singer-songwriter Tim Bernardes. The track was recorded in Amsterdam and New York. Read more: Brockhampton announce final album…

Album Review: The Vacant Lots – Closure

By: Cody Englander, Contributor [Fuzz Club; 2022] Rating: 6.5/10 Key Tracks: “Thank You”, “Burning Bridges”, “Obsession” “Closure” is the first project I’ve heard from The Vacant Lots, and it certainly won’t be the last. This is the most recent album from Jared Artaud and Brian MacFayden, with the alternative and electronic sound they are known…

Ronan Conroy releases new LP “The Slow Death of the LoveMyth”

[Photo courtesy of Shameless Promotion PR] By Nicholas Kobe, contributor  NYC based Dubliner Ronan Conroy  has returned to release his newest LP, “The Slow Death of the LoveMyth”. Conroy has poured himself into the “LoveMyth” project since 2013, finally being unleashed as a dark pop project melding the 80/90’s goth bands of his youth with…

Blessed drop new single “Agoraphobia” ahead of upcoming album

[Image courtesy of Ultra Dogme] By Grace Koennecke, Columns Editor On Wednesday, avant-rock band Blessed dropped their new single “Agoraphobia” ahead of their upcoming album, “Circuitous“. On this track, the band has sharpened their musical strengths with controlled drums and staccato-like syncopation to heighten the excitement around their project.  Read more: Bandcamp to drop exclusive…

Isaac Wood of Black Country, New Road announces departure from band

Black Country, New Road singer Isaac Wood declared that he plans to leave his beloved band to focus on his mental health via the band’s Instagram, a few days before their album Ants From Up There was set to release. Wood served as a co-founder and a key vocalist within the band.

Snail Mail Postpones US Tour

Lindsey Jordan of Snail Mail announced via Twitter that her upcoming US tour in support of her latest album Valentine will be postponed due to vocal injury.

Group Feature: ACRN’s Live Music Feature

As 2021 comes to a close, it’s starting to look like we’re seeing the resurrection of live music. Here’s ACRN’s list of artists we’ll be rushing out to see as soon as we can.

Album Review: Pixies – Beneath the Eyrie

By Jonah Krueger, Contributor [BMG/Infectious; 2019] Rating: 6/10  Key tracks: “St. Nazaire”, “Daniel Boone” Google your favorite band and the term “Pixies.” Chances are, you’ll find the artist of your fancy singing praise to the eyeball-slicing indie legends. Their story and discography are permanently canonized in the stones of alt-rock history, and just about everyone…

Q&A: Harlot

By Taylor Linzinmeir, Contributor [Photo by Harley Wince] Q&A with vocalist Bret Anderson, drummer Kenny Sevier and bassist TJ Tumblinson of Cincinnati alt-pop trio and Skyline Chili lovers, Harlot.  Tell me the brief history of the band. How did you guys get started? Bret: I went to Hocking College and met our drummer Kenny there, and…