Gordi debuted a new video for the track “Nothing’s As It Seems,” via Stereogum. Named an Artist to Watch, Stereogum praised Gordi’s music as “work of absolute splendor… expansive yet elegant.” “Nothing’s As It Seems” appears on the EP, Clever Disguise, out July 8th via Jagjaguwar. Watch the video below and see Gordi on tour.
Robert Ellis‘ latest self-titled album is now streaming in full via NPR Music. The accompanying article describes, “In gorgeous arrangements that span a wide range of singer-songwriterly approaches to rock and soul, Ellis builds stories of love pursued, deflected, damaged and submerged.” Robert Ellis is due out June 3rd via New West and includes the previously-released tracks “California,” “How I Love You,” and “Drivin.” Listen to the album below and see Robert Ellis on tour.
Jenny Hval premiered a new track, “Female Vampire.” In a statement to Spin, Hval explains, “This is my most fictional and most personal album. It’s also the first album where I’ve started reconnecting with the goth and metal scene I started out playing in many years ago, by remembering the drony qualities of Norwegian Black Metal.” The song appears on the upcoming album, Blood Bitch, out September 30 via Sacred Bones. Listen to “Female Vampire” below and see Jenny Hval on tour.
Billions proudly announces our newest client, Flasher. Hailing from the punk renaissance in Washington, DC, Flasher is a genre-hopping trio consisting of childhood friends Emma Baker, Taylor Mulitz, and Daniel Saperstein. Stereogum describes, “The band, in its ferocity and in the intricately instinctive interplay of its rhythm section, recalls the prime ’90s DC post-hardcore of bands like Fugazi.” Flasher creates a diverse and vast array of sound incorporating moments of dream-pop, shoegaze, and krautrock. Flasher released their debut cassette this past April on Sister Polygon Records. Listen to their self-titled cassette below and see Flasher on tour.
Oh Pep! premiered a video for the track “Doctor Doctor,” via Stereogum. The accompanying article describes the song as “an instantly captivating synthscape.” The song appears on the upcoming album, Stadium Cake, due out June 24 via Dualtone. The album includes the previously-released track, “Bushwick.” Watch the video below and see Oh Pep! on tour.
Sarah Jarosz released a video for the track “House of Mercy.” NPR describes the song as “a perfect introduction to the new Sarah Jarosz. The lyrics are sharp, even cruel; the guitars are low and steady; and Jarosz’s vocal carriage is uncharacteristically (and deliciously) unyielding.” The track appears on the upcoming album, Undercurrent, due out June 17 via Sugar Hill Records. Watch the video below and see Sarah Jarosz on tour.