Indie Rock

Glass Noose “Wasting My Breath”

Glass Noose has released the first single, “Wasting My Breath”, from their forthcoming album, No More Dignity. The album is set to drop on the last day of the decade, and is the work of Tristian Zemtseff, Aaryanna Renee and Stoop Kiid.

You can catch Glass Noose on December 18th at Uncommon Ground Lake view and on January 24th at Silvie’s Lounge with HeetDeth, Bussy Kween Power Trip, and Future Trash.

   

Pale Lights' "Golden Times" is a pleasantly vintage romp, play Union Pool 12.14

Brooklyn five piece Pale Lights have been a quiet force in the New York music scene over the last decade; following the reissue of their sophomore LP The Stars Seemed Bright earlier in 2019, the band also contributed the joyful twee romp “Golden Times” to Fadeawayradiate Record’s sunshine/psychpop comp F.A.R. OUT last month. A sunny, 60s-influenced tune, “Golden Times” immediately evokes nostalgia in both its lyrics and sound, carrying an energy somewhere between a television variety show and contemporary jangle pop outfits. Underscored by melodic guitar melodies, relaxed baritone vocals, and a swirling organ backbone, the track shows that Pale Lights’ golden times are not foregone, but perhaps still to come. Stream it below, and catch Pale Lights at Union Pool on December 14th, playing in Slumberland Records 30th Anniversary party. —Connor Beckett McInerney

   

Woongi "Green M&M's"

Woongi has released visuals for the latest single, “Green M&M’s” from their 2019 album Rip’s Cuts.

   

Bethany Thomas "DE​-​ESCALATOR"

Bethany Thomas has released a new single called “DE-ESCALATOR”. This is the actress and songwriters’ second single of 2019 following up, "I'm Not Sorry and I'm Not Scared” which was released back in September.

   

Talker drops video for new track "Learning The Feeling"

Celeste Tauchar of talker has received plenty of press in the past year, what with her releasing her debut EP Horror Films back in February and wowing audiences show after show. Not looking to slack off before the end of the year, Tauchar has released her new single "Learning The Feeling", as well as the intense music video for the track. It is the follow-up to her previous music video for "Keep Me Safe", a slow burner in which Tauchar sang about waiting for truth. "Learning The Feeling" symbolizes that moment, as Tauchar's voice explodes with energy in the chorus, letting everything that had bubbled within her over the past year boil over. Take a look at the video for yourself below. - Will Sisskind