Vaadat Charigim shares live video, vinyl release of debut album due Jan 21 via Warm Ratio

Israeli shoegaze band Vaadat Charigim shares a live performance video of their song “Kezef Al Hamayim” via FILTER Magazine. The video was shot in the band’s practice space in Tel Aviv.

The band’s debut album ‘The World Is Well Lost’ is out now via Burger Records (cassette) and Israeli label ANOVA (CD/digital). The record will be released on vinyl January 21 via Warm Ratio.


Vaadat Charigim shares new music video, stream their debut album on SPIN

Israeli noise-pop trio Vaadat Charigim will release their debut album ‘The World Is Well Lost’ next week (November 12) via Burger Records (cassette), Warm Ratio (vinyl), and Israeli label ANOVA (CD/digital).

Hear an exclusive pre-release stream of the album in its entirety via SPIN.

This week the band also shares the music video for their single “Ze Beseder Lefahed.” Watch the video over at Noisey.


Tel Aviv’s Vaadat Charigim premieres new single on Pitchfork

Israeli noise-pop trio Vaadat Charigim is set to release their debut album ‘The World Is Well Lost’ on November 12. The record will be released via Burger Records (cassette), Warm Ratio (vinyl), and Israeli label ANOVA (CD/digital).

Earlier this month the band gave us the first taste of their upcoming LP with the blissful “Ze Beseder Lefahed.” Today the group shares the album’s second single “Odisea.” Stream the track over at Pitchfork.


Vex Ruffin offers new free EP & announces debut LP

Vex Ruffin makes hypnotic and minimal electro-punk music that summons the spirit of early proto-punk pioneers like Suicide, combined with the electro disco of label mate James Pants. Merging brooding synthesizers and added fuzzed out guitar riffs over his rhythmic tracks, Vex Ruffin’s self-titled debut full-length confirms he’s an uncomplicated guy with an unabashed adoration for minimal sonic textures.Vex takes new wave, 60s psychedelia, primitive electronic and gnarly rock and roll, chopping and changing genres, breaking all the rules of conventional songwriting. A prolific musician, Vex churns out tracks simple in construction, but dense with attitude.


Boogarins sign with Other Music, announce debut LP

Fernando Almeida and Benke Ferraz met in high school in the central Brazilian city of Goiânia, far from the thriving cultural metropolises of São Paulo and Rio, yet nevertheless in the shadow of the icons of their homeland’s great musical heritage — not bossa nova and samba, however, but psychedelic pop. Still in their late teens, the music they make together, recorded on borrowed gear and with self-taught technology in their parents’ basements, shares the spirit and soul of Tropicalismo, but it has also blossomed in the light of the current international DIY underground. Almeida is the poet and singer, Ferraz is the multi-instrumentalist and gear-head, and together, as Boogarins, they write songs that reach beyond their years and any restrictions of geography or genre: timeless pop untethered from categorizations.


Sam Flax heads to SXSW & touring w/ Foxygen

Sam Flax is set to play this year’s SXSW followed by a short West Coast tour that includes dates with Foxygen and the Burgerama fest. The Californian artist and multi-instrumentalist released his debut full length Age Waves last year on Burger Records.

Composed, produced and recorded by Flax over a period of several years, ‘Age Waves’ expertly melds garage pop, new wave, 60’s psych, motorik rhythms and 70’s FM rock into a kaleidoscopic and highly idiosyncratic vision of avant-pop.  His live band has consisted of a number of talented musicians including Jamie Dutcher (Holy Shit), Michael Taras (Shock), and Amy Blaustein (Hunx & His Punks) who’ve helped translate and reinterpret the recorded songs to the stage.


Hunx announces West Coast tour dates!

Hunx and His Punx might be the first ever “girl group” fronted by a flamboyant gay male whose dream in life is to sound like a girl. They have created a unique new sound they refer to as “Young Oldies,” a mixture of 50s teenage rock ‘n’ roll, 60s girl groups and bubblegum pop.