Smushie "Faxing It In"

Smushie has released a new single called "Faxing It In". This is the solo project of Austin Koenigstein of Berta Bigtoe, and this new single is a hazy, laid back nod to Psych Pop.

The single is accompanied by the fun, face paint filled video that Austin co-directed with Jackie Smook.


Devon Kay & the Solutions "Oh My, Oh My, We're Far Past That Now"

Devon Kay & the Solutions have released a new single called "Oh My, Oh My, We're Far Past That Now". This is the band's second single since the release of their 2020 album Limited Joy.

This is the indie rock of Devon Kay (Guitar/Vocals), Ryan Scottie (Drums/Vocals), Jacob Horn (Trombone), Jake Levinson (Bass), Ian Terry (Trumpet), and Joram Zbichorski (Keyboards/Guitar).


Bonzie "Caves"

Bonzie has released a funky new single called "Caves". She shares the production credit on the track with Darhyl Camper Jr. (aka DJ Camper) and it shines through in the addictive beat that bangs away under her vocals.

This is the first single from Bonzie's forthcoming album, Reincarnation, which set to be released on March 16th.


The Edwards "Wicker Park Towing Specialist"

The Edwards have released their latest single, "Wicker Park Towing Specialist", which is just their third overall. This is a the Psych Rock group fronted by the talented Kyle Maurisak. This new single follows their 2020 double single, "Slow Fade // Giddings".


Joe Pug “Crescent Bridge”

Singer/Songwriter Joe Pug has released the opening track, "Crescent Bridge", from his forthcoming fifth studio album, The Diving Sun. The album began as a collection of lost gems and b-sides from various studio sessions over the years, but has blossomed into a full-blown new album after the addition of several new songs.

"Crescent Bridge" was written on a his children's Tom Thumb toy piano; "I almost never play it, preferring the upright piano in my studio, but one night last year I sat down at its keyboard to kill some time,” Pug says. “Almost immediately the opening notes to “Crescent Bridge” came ringing out from Tom Thumb. It was almost as if my fingers themselves were writing the instrumental part without any help from my mind or my ear. Ten minutes later I had the song.”