English rocker Miles Kane is back with his new album Coup de Grace, out today via Virgin EMI. Last week I had the pleasure of chatting with Kane over the phone. We touched upon the new album, his collaboration with both Jamie T and Lana Del Rey, and his batshit new music video with WWE Superstar Finn Bálor.

Find our conversation transcribed below and note that it has been lightly edited and condensed for clarity.

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All photos by AnnaLee Barclay

The last month of House Of Vans Brooklyn is sadly this month but it’s going out with an absolute bang with a killer lineup across different genres of rock and roll.

On August 3, the first show of the final month took place with a sold out performance from Against Me! with support coming from both Cherry Glazerr and Taking Meds.

Our photographer AnnaLee Barclay was there to capture action from all three performances. Find all of her shots posted in the gallery below.

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Castle Pines are a four piece band from Corona, California who capture the heart and soul of summer on their delightfully good new single “Woo Hoo.” Set to appear on their new album Por Vida, if any of the songs are half as good as this track, it’s set to be a great one. Better yet, we have the honor and privilege of premiering this amazing track for the first time anywhere.

The track is absurdist realism in a conversation lyrical narrative, relying on mostly the mundane, moving from every day to monumental events in a person’s life. Told in a satirical and comical way, the sort of way that we use to help combat adversity. The track was partly inspired by Albert Camus’ novel “The Stranger” and partly based off of actual events that happened in singer Leandro Barrientos’ life, the song breathes with a sense of fatalistic optimism of not letting these situations prevent us from holding onto hope.

“Woo Hoo” works because of the contrast of vocalist Barrientos talking us through a story and the stunningly catchy “woo hoo’s” behind it all. This one is a real indie anthem that deserves to be blasted as you cruise effortlessly down the highway with the windows down. It’s a killer track and quite frankly, one of my current favorite tracks of the entire summer.

Find the premiere stream of “Woo Hoo” posted below and grab a copy for yourself right here.

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Adam Arcuragi – “Low Parade Rain”

By Will Oliver, August 10th 2018 Indie Listen Stream

Singer-songwriter Adam Arcuragi is back with new single “Low Parade Rain,” a track that is bathed with gorgeous fragility. From his powerful vocals to the thoughtful almost restraint that his playing and production help give the track and old-timey quality that really works in his favor.

“Low Parade Rain” is due out on his next album which should be coming out sometime soon in the near future. For now feast on this beauty below and grab yourself a copy here

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Ceramic Animal are “a couple of nasty boys” from just outside of Philadelphia playing “psychedelic garage-yacht.” The band consists of brothers Warren (guitar and vocals) and Elliott Regan (keys and vocals) as well as Dallas Hosey (bass and vocals).

They recently released their sophomore The Horse earlier this month and today we’re focusing on album cut “Patiently 4 U,” a track with some good old fashion rock licks and soulful vocals that add up to total tasteful bliss.

Find a stream of “Patiently 4 U” below and you can find the whole album available to buy from the band right here.

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The Molochs – “Too Lost In Love”

By Will Oliver, August 10th 2018 Indie Listen Stream

Los Angeles’ The Molochs will return with their sophomore album Flowerse In The Spring which will be released on September 6 via Innovative Leisure.

“Too Lost In Love” is the second single to be released from the album so far. It takes a simple approach with a chorus of “Too lost in love to see what’s going on,” repeated as the band ease the listener into their vibe which gives off a real welcome easy going feeling, perfect for some summertime listening.

You can stream “Too Lost In Love” below and find the album available to pre-order here.
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Active Bird Community, who we caught earlier this year opening for We Were Promised Jetpacks at Bowery Ballroom, have signed to Barsuk Records who will release their new album Amends on September 14.

“Baby It’s You” is the second track released from the album so far and it has a classic indie rock blueprint all over its DNA. There’s a bit of a 90s glistening to its passionate refrains of “Baby It’s You,” well produced with some well-placed horns that only add to its charm.

Find the video for “Baby It’s You” posted below and you can preorder the new album here.

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Johnny Payne – “Lazy Love”

By Will Oliver, August 10th 2018 Indie Listen Stream

Johnny Payne, formerly of The Shilohs, will soon release his debut solo release with his 5-song EP simply entitled Johnny. The EP was recorded with Tennis at their home studio in Denver and featured Beach House drummer James Barone for the studio sessions. The five songs on the Johnny EP find Payne “pushing his craft into full-on adult-contemporary mode, channeling the visionary spirit of Harry Nilsson, Laura Nyro, even Carole King.”

“Lazy Love” has a chill, laid-back retro vibe that reminds a bit of the work of Tobias Jesso Jr in the way he took classic songwriting sounds and gave them a modern spin. It’s a great entry point for Payne’s solo career, one that makes us excited to see what else is waiting for us on the EP.

Stream “Lazy Love” below and find the track available to buy here.

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Whyte Horses are a psych-pop outfit from Manchester who released their new album Empty Words back in March via CRC Records.

They recently released the music video for album cut “Never Took The Time,” an indie rock track that slowly but surely expands its 60s sonic palette and gets better as it goes along. The video was directed by James Slate and can be found available to watch below.

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Erik Mutzke – “Friends Again”

By Will Oliver, August 9th 2018 Folk Indie Listen Stream

Erik Mutzke is a singer-songwriter based out of Los Angeles. He’s recently released what seems to be his debut offering with “Friends Again,” a song that details that hope of a post-relationship friendship,
even though deep down you know the prospects are looking too good.

Mutzke may not be reinventing the wheel here with his style of folk rock, but it feels god damn authentic and true, cutting deep within a feeling of universality that anyone who has been in this situation can understand. With a powerful natural voice and a clear knack at songwriting, we hope to see more gems like this from him in the near future.

Enjoy a stream of “Friends Again” below.

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