Quick Hits: The Shrine, Busy Living, Brother Dege, Kind of Like Spitting, Communion Music

  • Vice’s Noisey has partnered with Tee Pee for the premiere of The Shrine’s latest music video, “Tripping Corpse.”
  • Crafting artful, arena sized indie-pop set against the beat of a post-punk backdrop, LA’s Busy Living are back with a new single, “Lie Better,” produced by Spoon’s Jim Eno that take cues from the likes of Weezer and The Pixies.
  • Brother Dege has just released his new Set It Off tour documentary. This 45-minute road movie documents the Cajun-born blues-psych-rock musician and his band The Brethren’s U.S. and European summer tours earlier this year. Brother Dege just released his recent Scorched Earth Policy mixtape this summer and is available now digitally through iTunes & CD Baby.
  • Kind of Like Spitting have partnered with Vice to premiere a new song off, ‘It’s Always Nice To See You,’ their upcoming split with Warren Franklin & The Founding Fathers. The split will be released on February 3rd via Topshelf Records.
  • Communion Music and Pandora partner to release a mixtape featuring music from some of Communion’s biggest artists, as well as exciting discoveries from the New York City-based label. Listen to The Communion Mixtape now exclusively on Pandora.


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