EXCLUSIVE ALBUM STREAM: Wolves Like Us – “Brittle Bones”

One of the most compelling albums deserving your attention coming out on tomorrow’s massive New Music Friday is Wolves Like Us and their new opus Brittle Bones, releasing on Pelagic Records. The Norwegian born post-Hardcore band caught our eyes and ears some years ago, the new record is the culmination of their hard work and songcraft, living at the intersection of a ton of choice genre influences, a punkers rage, and modern nuance. The album includes a guest vocal appearance by longtime comrade Gared O’Donnell of Planes Mistaken For Stars, whom the band is about to support on a European tour. Brittle Bones will be available on CD, LP, and digital formats. See pre-ordering links below and jam out to this badassery now!Continue reading

Audio: Wovenhand – The Hired Hand, New Album Next Month


Wovenhand, Photo by Susanne A. Maathuis

Wovenhand, Photo by Susanne A. Maathuis

Enigmatic indie rock geniuses Wovenhand have released a new track from their forthcoming album, Star Treatment. You can hear ‘The Hired Hand’ at this linkhere or below:


Star Treatment will be available on Sargent House will be available worldwide excluding Europe on LP, CD and download worldwide, except in Europe, where it will be released by longtime Wovenhand label Glitterhouse Records on September 9th. The band previously premiered another album track Stereogum previously premiered the album track ‘Come Brave’.

The band kicks off an extensive tour this weekend, perfroming at Psycho Las Vegas ahead of a huge European tours, with support from Emma Ruth Rundle (also a Sargent House artist).

The driving force of is songwriter/multi-instrumentalist David Eugene Edwards (16 Horsepower). The rest of the band’s current lineup includes guitarist Chuck French, bassist Neil Keener (both of Planes Mistaken For Stars) and drummer Ordy Garrison, now joined by piano/synth player Matthew Smith (Crime & The City Solution). Star Treatment was recorded at Steve Albini’s legendary Electrical Audio in Chicago with engineer Sanford Parker, who also helmed Wovenhand’s 2014 album Refractory Obdurate.

Edwards commented on Star Treatment:

“It’s ethereal in its concept. There are many layers, as always. I’ve been paying attention to the stars in the sky and in literature, and it’s a theme throughout the album.” He adds, “There’s more love song style on this in general, which is nice. The idea of what love is and how it’s expressed and all these different atmospheres.”

Wovenhand – Star Treatment

01. Come Brave

02. Swaying Reed

03. The Hired Hand

04. Crystal Palace

05. Crook and Flail

06. The Quiver

07. All Your Waves

08. Golden Blosson

09. Go Ye Light

10. Five by Five

11. Low Twelve

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Planes Mistaken For Stars Book Summer US Tour, Reissuing Mercy In July

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Planes Mistaken For Stars will be reuniting for a summer tour behind the upcoming reissue of their Mercy album which was remastered by Brad Boatright, out via Deathwish Inc on July 14, 2015. Reports of new music has also been circulating but no further information is available at this time.

Jul 15: The Sanctuary – Detroit, MI
Jul 16: Howlers – Pittsburgh, PA
Jul 17: Boot & Saddle – Philadelphia, PA
Jul 18: Asbury Lanes – Asbury Park, NJ
Jul 19: St. Vitus – Brooklyn, NY
Jul 21: Middle East upstairs – Cambridge, MA
Jul 22: DC9 – Washington DC
Jul 23: Strange Matter – Richmond, VA
Jul 24: TBA – TBA
Jul 25: TBA – TBA
Jul 26: The Atlantic – Gainesville, FL
Jul 27: Nobbys – St. Augustine, FL
Jul 28: The Earl – Atlanta, GA
Jul 30: North Side Yacht Club – Cincinnati, OH
Jul 31: Fizz – Chicago, IL

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