Sounds

“Seventeen” by Stone Cold Fox

Stone Cold Fox is another great artist who will be joining us for this year’s awesome Hop Sauce Festival lineup! Based out of New York, the band’s inception was a fairy tale that only Brooklyn could write. With influences of all genres and decades ranging from American Roots to Electro-Indie Pop, the band strives to create a cohesive blend of the new and old. Check out Seventeen from their debut LP, Memory Palace!

“Warm California” by The Yetis

Continuing our Hop Sauce-flavored Music Monday, we are stoked to share music from The Yetis! Already featured here just weeks ago — we can’t get enough of the young Allentown quartet, and are sure you will love their music too. While you wait to see them live on May 30th, check out their single Warm California!

“The Lion’s Roar” by Bobcat Rob Armenti

This week we kick off a Music Monday series geared towards Hop Sauce Festival 2015! First up is Bobcat Rob Armenti, who will be opening up the day with a special solo set. Check out The Lion’s Roar and come back next week to see what else we’ve got planned for Hop Sauce’s music stage taking place on Saturday, May 30th!

“Lifted Up (1985)” by Passion Pit

This week we’re featuring new music from Passion Pit‘s forthcoming, third album, Kindred! Due out on April 21st, Kindred will once again be sure to showcase the band’s stellar blend of pop-synth songs, while seeing them tour Europe, Asia, and North America throughout Spring and Summer. Check out the video for their awesome single Lifted Up (1985)!

“Pedestrian At Best” by Courtney Barnett

We don’t think there’s a single person not raving about Courtney Barnett at the moment. With an awesome new record out, Sometimes I Sit And Think, And Sometimes I Just Sit, there’s no better time than now to tell you — CHECK HER OUT! We’re stoked to share Barnett’s video for the single Pedestrian At Best for this week’s Music Monday!

“Infinite Cities” by The Bright Light Social Hour

The last time Austin’s The Bright Light Social Hour released a record was five long years ago. Their new album, Space Is Still The Place, picks up perfectly where they left off. It’s a good ol’ fashioned rock record that shows the band maturing sonically, as well as songwriters. Check out the psychedelic video for their first single Infinite Cities!

“Let It Happen” by Tame Impala

There’s been rumblings that Tame Impala have a new record coming out sometime this year. With a new song released last week and a ton of tour dates announced, it’s good to see the band giving their fans a much needed fix. Check out the new track Let It Happen!