Holy Ventures, Batman…Japanese Television delivers awesome surf rock with “Crocodile Dentist.” Their production and sonic signature is a retro rocket with an indie touch. If you dig instrumental rock and roll, then Japanese Television will find a home on your next playlist. “Crocodile Dentist” is wild and gritty — yet familiar and fun. We dig Japanese Television.
Eli Sundae has us flashing back to the days of parental judgement with “Careless.” The tune is a pop ditty that you can enjoy while walking down a summer street. It is cool and breezy, and the music arrangement does a nice job of conveying the “careless” lyric vibe. Eli Sundae is a five piece indie group from Brooklyn. NY. Check them out and get down to “Careless.”
Sway along to the moody “BC Victoria” by Richy Mitch & The Coal Miners. The song has a reverb heavy production in the style of My Morning Jacket and Band of Horses. It rises and falls through a clever arrangement with fun guitar riffs and a groove that keeps you bopping. The vocals cast a spell, and we think you will be drawn to Richy Mitch & The Coal Miners.