New music video & tour footage today for Boyfriend Material via Punktastic. It features a demo of their new song “Mousey” check it out HERE Thanks out to Maryam for helping to make this happen.

Boyfriend Material returns to New Orleans! This time with a full band. As always, Community Records is stoked to host them. Boyfriend Material – Florida Matt Surfin’ (Solo) Kay Weathers ••••••••••••••••••••••• SAT. JULY 8 at Hey! Cafe 4332 Magazine Street … Continue reading

Check out a new music video for football, etc. for their song “Save” via Noisey – HERE “Music usually leans towards one of two categories: music to make memories to, or music to remember things to; party music, or sitting-at-home-on-the-computer … Continue reading

Excited to see football, etc. featured on this article on the home page of bandcamp.com today! “Perhaps the first of the emo revival bands to adopt a football-centric name, and the only one to go all-in thematically, Houston’s football, Etc. … Continue reading

New Fishplate thanks to All Things Go! It’s raining  right now in New Orleans, and this song is the perfect tune for the day. LISTEN TO “SCARY HEATERS” – HERE “Fishplate is from New Orleans, but their sound could be from anywhere in this … Continue reading

Hear the new HIKES album “Lilt” in full thanks to Fecking Bahamas! They had some kind words about the band and the new record, which you can listen to – HERE Preorder VINYL or CD – HERE “Lilt” will be … Continue reading

Gland – “Is A Conspiracy” is out now! The band just left for a tour today. Check out the dates listed above and please share this with friends. Find a copy of their new album – HERE

KEEPING – “Ruin Value” reviewed thanks to Post-Trash!… “Ruin Value excels at brandishing the musicians’ mutual nostalgia to communicate their heartache through a reproduction of the early ‘90s shoegaze scene had it flourished in the basements of New Orleans.” – Mike … Continue reading

“if you haven’t been paying attention thus far, Gland doesn’t give a shit what you think and who you are, they have their own plans, so try not to be a prick. After last year’s fiery garage punk debut, Neurotica, … Continue reading