Via App is Dylan Scheer, a Queens, NY-based electronic producer and performer.
She started hosting and playing shows, as well as releasing cassettes as Via App
in Boston, and from there she moved on to New York in 2014, where she quickly
became an integral part of the city’s experimental electronic scene.
Her early live hardware sets brought her recognition for their often stark modes
of sample manipulation and collage, dynamic narrative compositions, and their
refusal to adhere to any one genre. More recently, her live sets have maintained
a similar sense of precariousness. She works synthesized sounds into polyrhythmic
infectious grooves which veer from edge to breaking point, unpredictably giving
way to either manic frenzy, or complete pause.
Her studio recordings exist, in part, as documentation of her performances and
are all recorded live.
In 2015, she released ‘7 Headed’, a heavily sample-based techno 12″ that met with
critical acclaim, landing her a spot on the top 10 electronic releases of the year in
The Wire, and an artist feature on Resident Advisor.
She has toured Europe and played esteemed festivals such as Moogfest, Sustain-
Release, Rewire, and will play Unsound Festival this October.
‘Sixth Stitch’ is set for release on Break World records on November 11, 2016.
The boys in Jeremy & The Harlequins put together an “Inspiration” Spotify playlist, and you can get entered to win a pretty snazzy prize package just by entering and listening to it.
You could win a Destitute Denim vest from Feltraiger, a Patriot Premium candle and other goods from Fury Bros, and cap it all off with an LP of Into the Night.
Enter to win and follow the playlist here.
Into the Night is out now. Pick it up on CD/LP, or download/stream.
Upon completing his new album, Jonah Tolchin immediately drove from Muscle Shoals, Alabama to his hometown in New Jersey, accumulating precisely 1,000 miles on his journey. On August 5, the critically acclaimed singer/songwriter/bluesman will release Thousand Mile Night, the follow up to his highly praised label debut Clover Lane.
The album is now available for pre-order with an instant download of “Unless You Got Faith,”which premiered at Folk Alley. Continue reading Jonah Tolchin To Release ‘Thousand Mile Night’ August 5 On Yep Roc Records; Tour Dates Announced
Garden & Gun have debuted Aoife’s Back Porch Session, recorded live in Austin during SXSW.
Watch the full performance, featuring several In the Magic Hour songs, over at Garden & Gun.
In the Magic Hour is out now available on CD/LP and digitally.
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Yep Roc will release the new record from Jeremy & The Harlequins, Into the Night, on August 5th. The band has shared the title track on MySpace.
Pre-order Into the Night on CD/LP, and bundle your purchase with an exclusive Fury Bros. Harlequin candle. Also available on Amazon, iTunes, Apple Music, Google Play, and Spotify.
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Eggs Over Easy, the criminally overlooked American band that invented pub rock, influenced the careers of artists on both sides of the Atlantic — from Nick Lowe and Elvis Costello, to Loudon Wainwright III and Huey Lewis — and laid the groundwork for a grass-roots movement that would spawn UK punk, is finally getting its due with Good ‘n’ Cheap: The Eggs Over Easy Story, a definitive 3xLP/2xCD set to be released June 24 via Yep Roc. Additionally, founding band members Jack O’Hara and Austin de Lone will play a special reunion show at NYC’s Rockwood Stage 3 on June 6. Continue reading Yep Roc To Release ‘Good ‘N’ Cheap: The Eggs Over Easy Story’ 3 LP/2 CD Set – Definitive Document Of A Criminally Overlooked Band – On June 24
Chris Collingwood, the lead singer of Fountains of Wayne, will release his debut album, LOOK PARK (Yep Roc), on July 22nd; the loose-limbed psychedelic pop of first track “Aeroplane” premiered on Stereogum today. LOOK PARK is Chris Collingwood’s first album outside of Fountains of Wayne and was recorded in collaboration with legendary producer Mitchell Froom (Elvis Costello, Crowded House, Suzanne Vega). Shot through with earnest emotion and restless energy, LOOK PARK is unlike anything in Collingwood’s already extraordinary canon, a fact affirmed by his decision to dub both the album and overall project as “Look Park,” the name borrowed from a favorite green space in his hometown of Northampton, MA. Continue reading First Album from Fountains of Wayne’s Chris Collingwood: Look Park, to release self-titled debut July 22