Part Cub, part Helium, Richmond, Virginia band Positive No evoke mid-1990s indie rock beautifully on their debut album Glossa, which came out earlier this summer. Their music is already plenty charming, but their whimsical new video for the song “Weird Hugs” makes it all impossible to dislike.
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In addition to being a singer-songwriter, Nesta! (exclamation point intentional) is a wellness coach, surfer, entrepreneur, and creator of the Let Love Rule Animal Rescue in Santa Monica, California. She’s so busy being a cool renaissance woman that you’d think that’d be enough, but you can add EDM artist to her list of accomplishments as well, as she’s set to release her new album Surrender on 6 October.
Taking their name from the Finnish word for “for a long time”, Ukraine-based band Kauan will be releasing their sixth album Sorni Nai on 20 October. I have no idea why a Russian band is singing in Finnish, but Sorni Nai has a great little story behind it. A sprawling 52-minute doom/folk/post-metal piece, it’s a retelling of the Djatlov Pass Incident of 1959, in which nine Soviet hikers died mysteriously in the Ural mountains.
For the past six years the trio of Joan Shelley, Julia Purcell, and Cheyenne Mize have explored traditional Kentucky and Appalachian music. However, while they continue to delve into early American folk on their new album Wolvering draws much inspiration, from the remote Michigan town of the same name, where it was recorded.
Coming off an insanely prolific period that saw them release five albums between 2009 and 2012, followed by a 2014 compilation, Dayton, Ohio garage rockers the Motel Beds are set to release their latest full-length Mind Glitter on 23 October. In advance of the release they’ve put together a fantastic little video for the title track, which consists nothnig more of clips from classic fast food commercials from the ‘70s and ‘80s. You’ll either be disgusted, or drooling, or both.