La Sera

La Sera’s Sees The Light follows 2011’s masterful self-titled debut with ten new tracks of peppy break-up pop brimming with defiance and bitter sweetness. On album opener “Love That’s Gone,” the vocals and drumbeat linger for seconds, swaying in the wind while the guitar cuts through, charming you, pulling you by your shirt and telling you that it is time to move on. This is a break-up album for the best kinds of break-ups. There’s a lightness of touch, too, that surround the harmonies throughout and makes one yearn for the days of Donna Lynn, Julie Ruin and The Shirelles. But before you can settle into your seat, La Sera delivers a one-two punch – a rip of rolling snare and sending you speeding off in a fast car. Seize the light.

La Sera – Please Be My Third Eye from Hardly Art on Vimeo.

Deaf Kid

4 guys: Art Fad’s Jacob Milburn, Cat Massacre’s Dominic Munoz, Matt Stone of Fountains and Leaf Defehr. Description: The Strokes meets Television. Garage guitar elegance. No scrubs allowed.
Centered in and around The MANOR  in Caldwell, Idaho.

Lionsweb is a new music project by Bronwyn Leslie.


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