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Sensational instrumental guitars abound on William Tyler's "Goes West"

One particular album has ranked high on the Nashville and worldwide Bandcamp charts over the last few weeks: William Tyler's instrumental guitar album, Goes West. The Nashville-based musician based his follow-up to 2016's Modern Country on a trek to California; you can hear that Pacific vibe in the post-rock-like harmonies and subtle flange of the undistorted guitars on tracks like "Not in Our Stars" and "Eventual Surrender". Tyler also shows off his finger-picking chops on "Rebecca", a song that might remind Allman Brothers listeners or former Guitar Hero players of "Jessica" both in music and in title. Goes West makes for great sit-back-and-relax material in your headphones; if you'd rather see Tyler perform the songs live, his current tour will take him home to Nashville on March 10th to play 3rd and Lindsey. Listen to "Fail Safe", the second track from Goes West, below. - Will Sisskind

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Tom Schraeder "Poise"

Tom Schraeder released a new instrumental album called Poise yesterday, February 12th. This is the second installment of Schraeder’s 2019 boxset following up December’s, Aim Higher.

This album may be just what we need right now as we fight through the ice, snow, and cold. The album is inspired by Tom’s time in California and has a warmth and airiness to it that is undeniable.

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New Sam Bekt LP Available for Streaming & Purchase

Sam Becht, operating under the pseudonym Sam Bekt, offers up stylish, homespun, pop melancholia on their album Selfie. A reflection on our culture of burnout and tech malaise, the LP combines field recordings and samples into songs that play cheerful despite taking on darker topics like social media validation and post-grad listlessness. The tracks touch on many genres without landing in one particular spot, giving Becht plenty of room to flex their producer chops. Tracks like “Switzerland” and “Sign Off” display an impressive range in style when put side by side, never deviating from offering a clean and full sound. You can take Selfie for a spin below. - Josh Kelly





Iverson @ Tonic Room (2/15)

Iverson is fully embracing the Valentine’s Day spirit that so many just overlook this time of year. The Synth Pop band is throwing a Valentine’s Day party at Tonic Room on February 15th and will be putting their spin on love songs from Prince, Queen, Britney Spears, and more. They will be joined by Carlile, Uuskhy, and Thair.

Iverson has evolved over the last six years and now consist of Alec Watson, Gene Knific, Luc Parcell, Ethan Parcell, and Charles Iverson. They released their latest album, Content 3.0, back in August.

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Rachel Mazer channels her grief on "Home," debut LP out 3/8

Writing and composing is a coping mechanism for Rachel Mazer on "Home." On her latest single, the soulful singer-songwriter documents the grief she underwent after she lost her brother. Her silken vocals add welcoming warmth to the song's breezy jazz rhythm, exhibiting a more subdued take to the vigorous delivery of her previous single "Open Heart." It's through her tempered affliction that we're able to truly empathize with her story, which as sad as it may be, ultimately soars with a hopeful message. 

"Home" is the third single off of Mazer's forthcoming debut LP, which she will self-release on March 9. Juan Rodríguez

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