Hardly Art

Announcing Versing’s 10000, Out 5/3/19; Watch Video For Lead Single “Tethered”

WED, FEB 13, 2019

On May 3rd, 2019, Seattle group Versing will release their Hardly Art full-length debut 10000, an album that fuses lustrous noise and ebullient melody. The band’s first offering, “Tethered,” is a low-key, Daydream Nation-esque anthem with plenty of dissonance and surging, distorted guitars, plus rhythms that drive piles. Frontman Daniel Salas explains that it’s “about how people are tied together,” figuratively. “It’s a reminder of the interconnected-ness of humans, to people who make excuses for not doing the right thing” for the greater good of humanity. 

10000 will be available on LP/CD/Cassette and Digitally. You can pre-order the record today from our Mini Mart or right here

Shana Cleveland Is An Alien Visitor In New Music Video For “Don’t Let Me Sleep;” North American Tour Dates Announced

FRI, FEB 22, 2019

Earlier today, Paste Magazine debuted the psychedelic new music video for Shana Cleveland’s “Don’t Let Me Sleep,” off the forthcoming solo album from the La Luz singer/guitarist, Night of the Worm Moon.  The video, from director Ryan Daniel Browne, stars Cleveland as an extraterrestrial exploring a woodland environment under a full moon as the landscape transforms around her.

Night of the Worm Moon was recorded during the 2017 solar eclipse and was inspired by Afrofuturism, science fiction, and the surreality of daily life in Los Angeles. It is out on LP, CD, Digital and Cassette on Friday, April 5th. Pre-orders for
Night of the Worm Moon are available now

Additionally, today Cleveland has announced new headlining West Coast tour dates in addition to a run of Midwest and East Coast dates in support of The Mountain Goats. Click here for a full list of upcoming performances.