With "Spray", you’ll be hesitant to leave the sugar-high Candy Ambulance stocks you with during the length of the listen.
The production on little deity creates an environment of the listener sitting in the same room as the band, absorbing the grounded nature of the recording.
The Jacksonville natives paint the emotionally haunting four-track EP with varying charges of blue, keeping the listener hooked with its crestfallen lyrics and ever-changing instrumentals.
By: Graham Johnson Way back in June, at the peak of a broiling Gainesville summer, we were treated to Dunies’ solid display of Surf Punk grandeur, Rawndavoo. Then, at the end of August, the band dropped what would be the perfect peak to such a heavy heatwave, Something Good. As one could assume, Something Good … Continue reading ‘Something Good’, Indeed. Dunies Full Length Follow-Up
By: Lindsy Carrasquillo https://soundcloud.com/whelmedrecords/woolbright-whats-it-gonna-be/s-pAFzZ I first discovered Woolbright back in early 2016 a few weeks before their short tour with Insignificant Other. After listening to some of their demos and seeing them live, I was impressed. Along with being talented musicians with a dynamic sound, their lyrics have a depth that I’ve clung to. They … Continue reading [Artist Feature] Woolbright: Busybody Lazybones Commentary From Candice Maritato
By: Eliza Goldstein I’ve never been to Los Angeles, but when I listen to LA trio Fuzz Francis’ debut single Say Sorry, released July 11th, I can almost feel the wind blow through my hair as I roll down Ventura Boulevard in some flashy convertible. In the way that The Killers are known … Continue reading [New Single] Fuzz Francis Releases: “Say Sorry”
By: Kevin Renard Davie native indie-rockers Woolbright are here again, and it seems to me like they’re picking up some general steam. Heralding their forthcoming album is a new single, titled “Four Walls”. Listen on Punktastic: HERE! In covering their last track, I was offered a brief glimpse as to what the content of the … Continue reading Woolbright Releases Second Single: Four Walls
By: Graham Johnson Jade Bird is something of an oddity, in my opinion. She's an emerging artist in the London scene, where she is well known. Though, as strange as it may seem, she plays the Blues; and when I say “The Blues,” I’m not referring to Clapton, Vaughan, or Withers. (Though, the last is … Continue reading UK Artist Jade Bird Drops Debut EP: Something American
By: Ian Maikisch Heavy guitars, screaming, pounding drums and screeching solos! All these awesome things can be found in the new album, "Et. Alia," by emo-math-rock band Florence & Normandie from Davie, Florida. Something I need to say before I get into the record is what this band is like live. I had the … Continue reading [New Album] Florence & Normandie Releases “Et. Alia”
By: Lindsy Carrasquillo I first discovered Pathos, Pathos around the start of the year when a friend of mine handed me a copy of their last EP, Pet Names. I quickly found out that the three piece band from Orlando has a clever way of making upbeat happy sounding songs about somber subjects. Their new … Continue reading [NEW SINGLE] Pathos, Pathos: Covered In Moonlight