SO HIDEOUS Stream “Laurestine” In Full

sohidcoverAbsolutely one of my favorite albums of 2015. So Hideous are just amazing and everything they release is gold. It may seem like I blow this band pretty hard on here, but I really do love the guys and their music. Laurestine is a beautiful album that I can listen to over and over and I want you all to do the same. Stream the album below and do it now.     Continue reading

SO HIDEOUS Preview New Album “Laurestine”

sohidcoverSo Hideous, one of my favorite bands of all time, will release their new record Laurestine in October. Now, while that is a bit away, I do come bearing good news. So Hideous have revealed a preview of their new album and have also unveiled their album artwork for the album. Now, I’m going to go out on a limb and say that this album is going to be in my top 5 of 2015. Just speculation. Check out the teaser below. Glory be.     Continue reading

NOTHING Release Music Video For “Chloroform”

nothingPhiladelphia band Nothing released their phenomenal record Guilty Of Everything in March and more recently the band released a split with the band Whirr, who also released an amazing album this year. Well, Nothing has released a music video off of the split and it’s pretty great as well. As a band who never does anything wrong, I am not surprised that the video is good. Check it out after the jump and be sure to pick up all three of the aforementioned albums.      Continue reading

NOTHING Streaming New Track “July The Fourth”

whirrnithingWe love Nothing here on AA and I am super stoked that the band will be releasing a split with Whirr, who in their own rite have released one of my favorite albums of the year. Well, Nothing has unleashed a new track off of said split for you listening pleasure. The track is titled “July The Fourth” and it’s absolutely beautiful. The track was premiered over on Vogue, but you can check it out after the jump. Hallelujah!      Continue reading

Happy Diving Streaming New Song “Sad Planet”



It’s difficult to reconcile that Happy Diving has only been a band for a little under a year. With only a four track demo out so far, the criminally unknown East Bay, California band embody a natural propensity for eased songwriting with catchy hooks and melodies that suggest a band in the long term, combining the groove and drive of early Weezer and California X alongside the depressive morose of shoegaze and dream pop into a unique concoction all their own. Today brings the second single, “Sad Planet”, off of the group’s recently announced, upcoming debut LP, Big World, recorded earlier this year with producer Jack Shirley (Deafheaven, Whirr). It’s a track that’s more of the same, in a best way possible. Stream “Sad Planet” along with the first single “Weird Dream” below and pre-order Big World, due October 21st via Father/Daughter Records, here.