All photos by Anthony Bauer

Earlier this year Australia’s Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever released one of the years best albums, Hope Downs (via Sub Pop) and have been out on the road ever since its release. We were there when they played Rough Trade just before the release of the new album but this return to New York City felt much bigger in many ways (…and we’ll get to all of them in a minute). The night wasn’t all theirs though. as openers Clean Machine and Deeper brought the heat to keep the crowd on their toes leading up to the full headlining set from Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever.

Clean Machine

Deeper

Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever


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Henry Nowhere – “Uneasy”

By Will Oliver, September 17th 2018 Indie Listen Stream

Henry Nowhere released his debut EP Not Going Back last Friday via Sleep Well Records.

We’ve previously shared EP tracks “Good Thing,” “Not Going Back” and “Problems Of The Heart” and with the release of the EP we are back with one more track: “Uneasy.”

It’s a more moody and atmospheric take from Henry, taking a bit of a chill, laid-back approach that fits him quite well.

Find a stream of “Uneasy” below.

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Featherfin – “Keep On Walking”

By Will Oliver, September 17th 2018 Indie Listen Stream

Featherfin is the project of Norweigan musician Knut B. Lindbjø whose career trajectory has been anything but usual.

It’s been 20 years since he stopped making music after a mix of family and work commitments and chronical illness, depression and anxiety. He began making music again in 2014, releasing a few EPs along the way. And now he is set to release his debut album Miles To Go Before I Sleep on September 28.

“Keep on Walking” is a single off the record and one that is a dreamy and seductive delight that captures some old school psych rock and dream pop elements all rolled up into one tight package.

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Perfect Body – “Fields”

By Will Oliver, September 17th 2018 Indie Listen Stream

Perfect Body formed in Cardiff in 2017, inspired by the sonic experimentation of bands like My Bloody Valentine, Stereolab, and The Brian Jonestown Massacre. They’re releasing a new split EP along with Zac White via Bubblewrap Collective that will feature their own shoegazy effort “Fields.”

The track has a good mix of dreamy elements and fuzzy shoegaze guitars that definitely are a meeting of the best of both worlds, almost like a mix of My Bloody Valentine and Slowdive.

Enjoy a stream of “Fields” below.

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Gentle Ivanhoe Death Skulls is a Stockholm based indie pop band that is gearing up to release their debut album Weightless Knight later this via Shiny Happy Records.

They’ve released shared their great new single “Hairdresser” which fully channels the 80s inspired dream pop that they deliver to perfection.

Enjoy a stream of “Hairdresser” below and you can grab it for whatever price you want at their Bandcamp along with b-side “Heavyweight.”

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Holy Ship – “Tau”

By Will Oliver, September 17th 2018 Indie Listen Stream

Holy Ship is the project of Swedish musician Jonatan Westh, who is preparing the release of a new EP that will be released on Declared Goods Records.

“Tau” is the latest single released ahead of the EP’s release and it channels that groovy 60s psych-rock influence that sits somewhere between Tame Impala and Temples. It’s got a lot of dreamy moments and proggy guitars to make any guita rock fan more than happy.

Enjoy a stream of “Tau” below.
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Seasick Steve – “Sun On My Face”

By Will Oliver, September 17th 2018 Blues Listen New Stream

Seasick Steve will return with new album Can U Cook? on September 28 via BMG.

The blues musician has given us a new taste of the album with a simple but effective blues song that sounds like it’s from a different era, giving the watered down music industry some well-needed passion and soul.

Find it streaming below and be sure to check out the album when it drops on the 28th.

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DYAN – “Faking”

By Will Oliver, September 17th 2018 Indie Listen Stream

“Faking” is the final track to be released from DYAN’s new EP Absence, following “Absence” and “Less.”

Like the previous cuts, “Faking” is a smartly crafted and patient track that explores space and emotion as much as it channels acts like Grizzly Bear and Daughter and even some slight Thom Yorke/Radiohead on the production side of things.

Find “Faking” available to stream below and find the EP available to preorder here.

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Ariel Beesley is a Los Angeles based 24-year-old pop singer who released her debut EP last week (via Young Writers Records). We had previously shared her single “Slower Than Usual,” which opens the EP.

Today we shared two more cuts from the EP, “Maybe (You Always Knew)” and “Mine.” There’s a lavish 80’s pop production charm to both songs which show of a strong vocal performance that fits in nicely with the summer-inspired pop sounds that will help stretch out the summer feeling just a little bit longer. Both songs signal that this EP is a solid start to Beesley’s very promising career.

Find both “You Always Knew” and “Mine” available to stream below and the EP available to buy here.

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It’s no secret that David Byrne’s tour in support of his new solo album American Utopia (released via Nonesuch Records) is one of the years must-see experiences. But it’s one thing to see the unique experience via photos and fan recorded footage and to experience it first hand. For the uninitiated, Byrne’s performance is one that is both totally unique and different and also beautifully simple. He found a way to give a performance that is full of constant motion but also at its core just stripped down to the essentials of live music: sound, sight and emotion.



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