FROM THE WIRE: beach day

beach day hails from a town suspended in time, hollywood florida. their sound proves to be very influenced by 60’s girl groups and their surroundings. it’s light, breezy, and very ear friendly. below check out the track “walking on the streets.” also check out their studio session for break thru records HERE.

they have a 7″ out now via kanine records, so go ahead and scoop that up!

FROM THE WIRE: wooden indian burial ground

hailing from portland oregon, wooden indian burial ground know how to get weird. inspired by sci-fi with a deep appreciation of 60’s garage fuzz. below stream their the track “helicopter” and zone out!

their self-titled album is out october 30th via brooklyn ny’s mon amie records.

FROM THE WIRE: bloodnstuff

this minneapolis duo can bring the noise. honestly, it’s hard to believe that it is just the two of them thrashing their hearts out. bloodnstuff are hard and fast, with the face melting ability that few can walk away not impressed.

below check out the video for the track “oh you petty failures” and a stream of the track “give me a call”.

FROM THE WIRE: dominic lord

hailing from harlem, this 19-year-old rapper’s accent to the top is inevitable. he has launched his much-anticipated debut EP fashion show which features a high brow list of producers including chad hugo, hudson mohawke, rico beats & madd matt. stream the ep below which features the track “pierce” with pusha-t and grimes.