No Joy

We could say a lot of things about the debut album from Montreal/LA ladies No Joy: that it fully delivers on the promise of their Mexican Summer 7”, that it builds upon the revitalization of shoegaze pop in recent times with a melodic fervor and angst that many of their contemporaries fail to capitalize on, that their records look and sound gorgeous, that there are moments on Ghost Blonde that match the challenges laid down by My Bloody Valentine and Lush years ago. We could say those things, but then what would the bloggers think? Probably the same. Oh well. We said it. Killer record from a band to be reckoned with. Ten new songs that’ll singe your eyelashes off. -Mexican Summer


Villanelles is a rock band from Burlington, Vermont. The band is comprised of guitarist Tristan Baribeau, bassist John Rogone, and brothers Zane and Seth Gundersen on keyboard and drums, with all members contributing on vocals.

Villanelles play original songs that blend many styles and influences, including but not limited to: prog, punk, indie rock, jazz, Fleetwood Mac, Rage Against the Machine, and many more in between.

Readers of weekly Vermont news publication Seven Days voted Villanelles "Best New Band" in 2010, and the band performed at Grace Potter's Grand Point North festival in 2014.

Villanelles new EP, "No Drinks on Me," was recorded in April 2015 at Signal Kitchen's remote recording studio in the Northeast Kingdom, Vermont. The EP features four new original songs, including their new single "Personal Clubhouse," and one song by the legendary band Supergrass. "No Drinks on Me" will start streaming online on November 22, 2015.

Sleeping In

Sleeping In sublimate undoubtable years of red-eyed night drives and amp destruction into a thoughtfully constructed, promising monument to weird sleep patterns.


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