Weekly Digest #6

STOPOVER IS JUST 3 WEEKS AWAY AND WE COULDN'T BE MORE EXCITED! If you haven't gotten your tickets yet, now is the time. VIP Passes are almost sold out!!!


Art Rise has extended the submission deadline for our Band Poster Competition! 
New Deadline: Friday, February 26th  

Band News: Three Stopover must see band have albums ready to be listened to. We've listened to them all and they're fantastic! Just hit play and let it be your jam for the afternoon.    


They're highly anticipated album, Need Your Light, dropped this morning via Barsuk Records. Have a listen on Spotify:


Their new album, Stranger Things, is out on February 29th via Mamé Records, but NPR has first listen a week early!


Same release date as Yuck (2/26). Their debut album on Grand JuryWhen You Walk A Long Distance You Are Tired, is streaming a week early on NPR too! It's on repeat here at our offices!


Her debut album, Without Shame, is out on April 15th. But here is a taste of what's to come with a fresh new track called "The Homecoming". Premiere and more details on Noisey.


"Hollywood" is another brand new song from Honduras' upcoming EP, The Gathering Rust, out on March 4th. Premiere and more info on NME


The Fader is showing some local love with a premiere of Savannah's own Jeff Zagers. The track in question is a cover of Arthur Russel's "Your Motion Says", from his upcoming Americana covers album, All For The Love Of Sunshine, out April 15th.


New music video for their track, "National Parks". NPR has it up with a nice short review from Bob Boilen. 



Our favorite sister duo are churning out singles before the release of Xtreme Now on March 4th (Carpark Records). New track, "Your Life In The End", is out on Huh Magazine