Joey Dosik signs to Secretly Canadian and shares ‘Game Winner’ video

Joey Dosik, praised by Quincy Jones as an ‘Artist To Watch,’ will re-release his debut EP, Game Winner, via Secretly Canadian on February 23rd, 2018. Originally self-released in June 2016, the label will issue a deluxe version of Game Winner with four bonus tracks available digitally for the first time ever. Today, Dosik is pleased to share his new Rob Stenson-directed video for the EP’s minimal and languid title track. “My dad used to say, ‘Sports is a metaphor for life,’” recalls Dosik. “There are many characters in this classic basketball comeback story to to identify with: The Underdog, The Leader, The Bad Guy, The Observer, The Team Player & The Motivator. At first look, the video and song are about basketball; but like Game Winner, a song that holds multiple meanings, the video’s story of The Underdog is universal.”

An inveterate collaborator who has worked extensively with the likes of VulfpeckNikka Costa, and Miguel Atwood Ferguson, Joey is a vital part of an LA scene that updates vintage sounds into a more contemporary context. Touring tirelessly throughout the year, he spent virtually all of 2017 on the road, including tours with Vulfpeck, Lake Street Dive, and his own headlining dates as well. As a passionate fan of basketball and the NBA, he’s even performed for NBA audiences at Madison Square Garden, Staples Center, and other iconic arenas around the nation, singing both the National Anthem and performing during halftime. He’ll play SXSW next year.

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She-Devils announce forthcoming album and share new track “Hey Boy”


“intimate, dusty hybrid pop that searches for cosmic meaning in vintage sounds” – The FADER

“She-Devils…are creating a new way forward for tape looping. The group…dive into the souls of the samples they use, possessing them and finding otherworldly new emotions.” – Pitchfork

“She-Devils evoked the ’70s and ’80s electro-punk minimalism of Suicide and Soft Cell with an austere but riveting presentation.” – Chicago Tribune 

She-Devils are excited to announce their self-titled debut album on Secretly Canadian out May 19th. Along with the announcement, they’re sharing a brand new single titled “Hey Boy.” The song fuses surf guitar with swirling sonics from Kyle Jukka and Audrey Ann Boucher’s preternatural voice. “Hey Boy” follows the recent single, “The World Laughs,” with its accompanying video directed by the band themselves who recently wrapped a successful SXSW. Continue reading

Laura Marling to release ‘Semper Femina’ next Friday


“A fascinating exploration of womanhood by one of the UK’s best songwriters” **** – Q

“This is an exploration of femininity, in its power, mystery and vulnerability, above all, in its mutability” 8/10 Uncut

“The album is a celebration of what it means to be a modern woman” – i-D

Laura Marling is pleased to share the fourth and final preview track from her forthcoming album, Semper Femina, produced by Blake Mills.   Continue reading

Dude York shares music video ‘Love Is’, Sincerely out now on Hardly Art!


Seattle trio Dude York‘s new full-length Sincerely is finally out on colored vinyl, CD, digital, cassette and streaming services. In recognition of this milestone, the band has shared the album’s first music video for their anti-love anthem, “Love Is.” Watch their tribute to public access TV and musical countdown variety programs here or via the link above. Sincerely can be purchased now from all good indie stores nationwide.

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Ásgeir to release new album ‘Afterglow’


Ennobling” – The Observer

Evocative” – Mojo

A Beautiful Thing” – Uncut

Singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and collaborator; Ásgeir shares a hypnotic new single “Unbound” taken from his highly anticipated second album, Afterglow out this May 5th on Inertia via Rhythmethod. A glittering menagerie of chirping electronic melodies and stop-start beats, the song came about in a last minute studio session, evolving from a singular, inspiring lyric: “nothing holds me back now”. Continue reading