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Turnover Announces New Tour Dates With Glare And Glixen

Turnover is staying booked and busy all summer and fall long throughout the UK and North America. Today, the Myself In The Way artists announced more September and October tour dates. Back in May, Turnover announced they were hitting the road alongside Movements and Queen Of Jeans beginning on September 4 in Baltimore. Fans can now catch Turnover in additional cities with Glare and Glixen as support. The new tour dates kick off on September 30 in Boise, Indiana, and wrap up on October 7 in Huntington, West Virginia. Tour Dates:


Glixen Explores Shallow Connections On Heavy-Hitting “Lust”

Phoenix, Arizona’s shoegaze artists Glixen have just wrapped up various tour dates with Softcult, Glitterer, and fish narc, and they are back with a new heavy-hitting single, “lust.” Previously, the band released track, “foreversoon” highlighting the glow of new love. Conversely, “lust” explores new infatuation, a more superficial connection with a new person. The new track is wrapped in face-melting, fuzzy guitar riffs, which craft an awe-inspiring juxtaposition with ethereal vocals. Check out “lust” below. Lead vocalist Aislinn Ritchie says, “‘lust’ is about the yearning and wanting of somebody and the rush that that person makes you feel. It is a feeling… Read more »


Glixen Sparks A Red-Hued Passion In “foreversoon” Music Video

After dropping their debut single of 2024, titled “foreversoon,” ascending shoegaze darlings Glixen, regarded as an idobi Radio Rising Artist To Listen To In 2024, have now revealed the striking red-hued music video to complement their latest release. The accompanying visual captures the track’s “soft glow” of intimacy, igniting the ethereal release with a subdued passion that harmonizes perfectly with vocalist/guitarist Aislinn Ritchie’s dreamy delivery. Read more: Charlotte Sands Shares Her Top 5 Female Artists That Inspire Her Of the new release, Ritchie shares, “‘foreversoon’ represents blissful moments of new love and intimacy. The song harnesses melancholy chords layered with… Read more »


Glixen Unveils Gritty New Single “foreversoon” Ahead Of Softcult Tour

Emerging shoegaze sensations Glixen, hailed as an idobi Radio Rising Artist To Listen To In 2024, have just unveiled their otherworldly and raw new single, “foreversoon.” Serving as their first release of the year, this track introduces listeners to Glixen‘s ethereal sonic realm as the four-piece prepares to embark on tour, kicking off with a support slot alongside Softcult later this month. The track opens with a gritty, grunge-infused guitar riff, saturating the composition with its edgy energy. As the guitar progression culminates with the song’s crushing drum fills, vocalist/guitarist Aislinn Ritchie seizes command with her dreamy delivery to weave… Read more »


Smartpunk Records Announce Fifth Annual SXSW Showcase Lineup

Smartpunk Records is bringing their Smartpunk House back to the iconic South By Southwest fest (SXSW) for the fifth year in a row. It’ll run March 16 and 17 at the Empire Garage and Control Room in Austin, TX, and begin at noon local time. Music enthusiasts will not need a pass to enter the free showcase. The lineup is a blend of newer indie emo/rock with acts such as Winona Fighter, Proper., and Remo Drive to classic staples in the scene such as Spitalfield, Sparta, and Bob Nanna of Braid. With a label that’s been around since 2016 and… Read more »


Dayseeker Releases “Burial Plot (Acoustic)” With Caleb Shomo

Dayseeker is stripping down their sound on their upcoming acoustic album, Replica. With the album announcement, they also dropped a reimagined version of“Burial Plot” featuring Beartooth frontman Caleb Shomo. The track, which initially appeared on the group’s 2019 full-length Sleeptalk, incorporates a handy-dandy guitar and elevates itself through other vocal additions. Partnering with two powerhouse vocalists like Shomo and Dayseeker’s Rory Rodriguez, generates an evocative sound that makes this reimagined rendition stand out above the group’s original version of the track. The reverberation in play with the vocals creates an atmosphere for the listener that assists with impacting the message… Read more »


Telltale Shares Spooky Edgar Allan Poe-Inspired Single “EDDY”

Richmond, Virginia-based grunge, pop-punk ensemble Telltale is showing off their literary wisdom in an Edgar Allan Poe-inspired track and music video, “EDDY,” via Rude Records. The new single is preceded by the hyperpop-infused “Cardinals” and emo-tinged “Otherside.“ Telltale offers spine-tingling visuals as they recount Poe’s timeless spooky tales in “EDDY.” You can see glimpses of the tell-tale heart, itself. Appropriately, Poe did actually live in Richmond, and a museum for the author is currently located in the Virginia city. Combining gritty modern rock guitar tones with a euphoria-inducing hardcore breakdown, this song has a little bit of everything—especially if you’re… Read more »


Softcult Lights The “Shortest Fuse” On New Release

The twin duo Softcult has unleashed their latest offering, “Shortest Fuse.” Kicking off the track with “Yeah your boss forgot the payroll again/He’s such a capitalist/Don’t even know what we spent it on/Now you’re selling your guitar to pay rent,” the new release is a critique of capitalism societies and the hardships we’ve surely all experienced within recent years. As the pair progress toward the second verse of the track, the distinctive shoegaze-alternative fusion that has become a signature of their creations reaches its peak. The result is a crescendo of dreamy and guitar-laden instrumentation erupting through your speakers for… Read more »


100 Rising Artists You Need To Listen To In 2024—Pt. 5

We are officially at the halfway point of our 100 Rising Artists You Need To Listen To In 2024! In case you’ve missed any of our previous installments of the first 40 out of 100 artists you need to be listening to in the New Year, you can check them out here. While we’ll always have our tried and true artists and bands that we revisit time and time again—the emo trinity, anyone?—it’s always so exhilarating and rewarding to discover new music and fall in love with a sound that is entirely new to your ears. Besides, we could all… Read more »


Softcult Share Beautifully Somber New Track “Heaven”

Softcult return on this beautiful December morning to gift fans with a brand new song, “Heaven.” A classically shoegaze-drenched tune, the duo comprised of twins Mercedes and Phoenix Arn-Horn add exciting elements of grunge rock and alternative indie into parts of the effort. Carried by gloomy verses and restrained vocals, the instrumentation explodes into something more cacophonous in the chorus. A song exploring the narrative of overcoming dysmorphia, it paints the picture of the idealistic utopian future that the two wish to soon be a reality. Speaking on “Heaven”, Softcult shared, “This song describes a world where everyone is accepted for… Read more »

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