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When We Was Kids

When We Was Kids recently announced that their debut EP, “Memoralia”, will be released on November 22nd. This is be the first new music we have received from the Alt Rock group since they release a few demos back in 2016. One of those demos, “Lobo Del Mar”, is included below as we eagerly await this EP.

This is the work of Chris Lamb (Vocals), Bryan Escareno (Guitar), Michael Angelo Roncone (Guitar), Norman Aguilar (Bass), and Mark Serpico (Drums).

You can catch When We Was Kids on December 22nd with Nova Charisma at Beat Kitchen.


Mock Nine “Almost Home”

Mock Nine recently released a new single called “Almost Home”. This is band’s second single since releasing their debut album, Stories From That Night You Can’t Remember, earlier this year.

You can catch Mock Nine at Martyrs’ on November 30th with Monarchy Over Monday.


Moon Bros. "The Easy Way Is Hard Enough"

Matthew Schneider (aka Moon Bros.) is back with a collection of experimental Americana tunes called The Easy Way Is Hard Enough. The album was released on November 1st via Western Vinyl and features contributions from Matthew Lux on Bass and Sam Wagster on Pedal Steel.

The album’s rich and moanful lead single is called “Goes” and features backing vocals Haley Fohr of Circuit des Yuex.


The Tomblands @ Liar’s Club (11/15)

Psych Rock group The Tomblands recently released their latest EP, “Gnaw”. The EP’s lead single single is called “Glutton”, and is accompanied by the David Arias and Morgan Paije directed video below.

You can help the band celebrate the release on November 15th at Liar’s Club with Sugarpulp, Whoa Dakota, and The Baby Magic. You can also catch them at Sleeping Village on December 9th and Lincoln Hall on January 22nd.

Photo by Victor Von Goethe


James Swanberg "Harder On Me"

James Swanberg of The Lemons kicked off the month by releasing a new single called “Harder On Me” via his label Tripp Tapes. This is his second single of 2019 following up, “It’s No Wonder”, from back in May.


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