Evan Ønly (Underwater Peoples, Family Portrait) has just released a new track called “Reboot” and announced the upcoming release of /\/\ARBLE, a new EP…Read More
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Free Time’s new 7″ for Underwater Peoples pairs the saturnine “Guess Work” with the uptempo ﬂip “Esoteric Tizz.” The double A-side presents a unique juxtaposition of form, a spaced-out, pastoral take on the nature of love contrasted with a hectic pop exploration of what it can mean to live a double life.Read More
San Francisco quartet Melted Toys share the animated music video for album single”Always.” Directed by Anibal Bley from Santiago, Chile, the video depicts a burning apparition traversing a colorful, psychedelic landscape,Read More
Returning from a three-year hiatus, Melted Toys will be returning with the upcoming release of their debut full-length album. The San Francisco band’s self-titled album will be released on July 15th via,Read More
San Francisco quartet Melted Toys recently announced the release of their upcoming self-titled debut album. Melted Toys is due to be released on July 15th via Underwater Peoples,Read More
San Francisco quartet Melted Toys announce their self-titled debut album, out July 15via Underwater Peoples. Mixed by Rusty Santos, (the engineer behind the controls for Animal Collective’s Sung Tongs,Read More
In a collaboration born purely out of mutual-respect and the desire for warm weather tourin’, Julian Lynch and The Luyas are pleased to announce a special June co-headline tour. For each show togetherRead More
Julian Lynch has been releasing home-recorded music under his own name since 2008. In addition to recording and performing music, Lynch leads a parallel life as a PhD student in Anthropology and EthnomusicologyRead More
Julian Lynch has been releasing home-recorded music under his own name since 2008. He has developed a unique style across several releases in the last five years, most fully realized in his newest long-playing project, Lines. Lynch builds Lines upon musically complex and thoughtful compositions without abandoning the accessibility, nuanced timbres, and vivid instrumentation found on his first three LPs. In addition to recording and performing music, Lynch leads a parallel life as a PhD student in Anthropology and Ethnomusicology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Julian’s new album, Lines, will be released by Underwater Peoples Records on March 26, 2013.Read More
A debut album doesn’t get much better than this. Mellow and dreamy with confident guitar work and hazy vocals, this four-piece band from Portland nudges heartstrings with their self-titled debut album that’ll be released by Underwater Peoples Records on April 24th .Read More
Australian lo-fi noise rockers Twerps recently put out their second release and first full length album. The self titled recording follows the 2009 release Good Advice and continues to expose their college rock Flying Nun sounding sensibilities.Read More