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"I'm A Man" by Ty Segall

If there's one thing that you can say about Ty Segall, aside from being incredibly talented musically, its that he stays busy and gives his fans A LOT!  We've featured Ty several times and we just love the way that he pursues his passion(s) (Side Note: He also grew up surfing in Orange County, CA).  With his 11th studio release in as many years, we find him covering classic tunes  which surely have played a part in inspiring his journey.  Fudge Sandwich has a great tracklist, and it's fun to listen to Segall's twist on the originals which you've surely heard... Read More...

"Worst Nites" by Foster the People

You most likely know the song Pumped Up Kicks by Foster the People, but what have they been up to since the single took over the airwaves in 2010?  One thing is for sure, this group should never be coined as a one-hit wonder.  Those who dug in know that Torches was a solid album through and through, and their follow-ups, Supermodel and Sacred Hearts Club, are also packed with upbeat, timeless pop.  Out of nowhere, they've dropped a new single, Worst Nites, which adds to the band's strong resume and gets us wondering about that potential fourth studio album.  Enjoy... Read More...

"Down Your Street" by RFA

There's no doubt that our proximity to Philadelphia turns us on to an awesome, diverse collection of music!  This week we switch gears to the young and somewhat vintage rock band, RFA.  These four guys who grew up just outside of Philly met in High School (well, 3 of them did) and really connected during their college years.  They've put in their time, so the original Really Fast Automobiles stripped down to just RFA is a fitting analogy for their journey.  Check out one of our staff member's faves, Down Your Street. Read More...

"Off the Map" by Wheeland Brothers

Today we're curing any case of the Mondays with good vibes from our friends the Wheeland Brothers!  These guys have kept busy touring all Summer from the East Coast to Hawaii to California.  They're keeping us busy too as we're currently printing up some fresh tees at Jetty Ink for them.  Stay tuned for their next show which might just be Off the Map! Lost in the Key of Sea by Wheeland Brothers New garments coming soon! Read More...

"Chevrolet Van" by The Nude Party

Cheers to The Nude Party, a band that has nothing to hide!  While these six dudes have somewhat ditched the getting undressed gimmick, their live shows are still full of energy.  They drew their own line from the Blue Ridge mountains to the Catskills, and for good reason as they're living with Oakley Munson (Black Lips), their mentor and producer.  These guys have a super tight brotherhood, and it shows throughout their self-titled debut.  Check out Chevrolet Van!   Read More...

"Green Swamp" by Dante High

This week we're featuring Ari Picker's new project, Dante High!  We can't knock Picker's former band (Lost in the Trees), but damn does it seem like he's having even more fun this time around!  A Disney-esque vibe blends perfectly with Ari's love for cult horror on Green Swamp.  This album is very much the result of giving up life on tour for one's hometown roots, and we're totally down with the outcome of that decision! Read More...

"Twofifteen" by Black Thought

Hip Hop heads consistently yearn for the best emcees to team up with the best producers.  With Streams of Thought, Vol. 1, we get the ultra talented Black Thought (The Roots) over beats produced by 9th Wonder (Little Brother, Justus League).  Although this is just an EP (it clocks in under 20 minutes), Black Thought's excellent lyricism and flow grace 9th's soulful loops and leave you wanting to taste more.  Hopefully, the album's title is an indication that there is more to come.  Check out Twofifteen which doesn't need a chorus and leaves no doubt that these guys are two... Read More...

"Supergiant" by Valley Queen

This week we're featuring Supergiant, the title track off of the debut album from Valley Queen!  As with most roads to success, you have to Draw Your Own Line to get there, and lead singer Natalie Carol did just that when she reconnected the original band to record the album.  Her intense delivery will elicit your deepest emotions, then ball them all up into a larger, galactic perspective.  This is an album that you need to listen to from start to finish to appreciate the big picture...enjoy! Read More...

"Chips and Vics" by Mercy Union

It's been way too long since we've had beers with Jared Hart!  What better way to reconnect then to announce and get pumped to go see his new band, Mercy Union!?  We've heard a taste of these guys as they've been opening for the likes of The Menzingers, but we're really excited to give a listen to their debut LP, The Quarry (due out OCT 19th).  Check out Chips and Vics, their first official single, and if you're in Florida later next month, then be sure to check out Jared at The Fest, not only with the new band, but... Read More...

"NY Ripoff" by BOYTOY

BOYTOY is currently touring Australia after releasing their sophomore LP, Night Leaf.  This bad-ass trinity is led by the vocals of Saara Untracht-Oakner, landing listeners somewhere between fun, surfy vibes and the grit of the city streets.  BOYTOY actually played a Jetty event in 2014 (supporting Beverly and Ski Lodge at The Sea Shell) and Saara has surfed in the Coquina Jam as well!  We're hoping we can link up with the girls again for a future date once they get back into the States! Read More...

"Humility" by Gorillaz

This past June, Gorillaz released another new album, The Now Now, hot on the heels of Humanz which had won the BRIT Award for Best British Group in February.  Damon Albarn, who left Blur to explore relentless fusions of hip-hop, synth-pop, folk, techno, funk and so much more, conceived this album while on tour in the US.  The virtual band and artwork of Jamie Hewlett is genius, and you're never quite sure where you're going to go with each song, but it's sure to be a sonic adventure!  Check out Humility feat. George Benson! Read More...

“Indians Never Die” by Black Belt Eagle Scout

Black Belt Eagle Scout is Portland-based Katherine Paul, whose debut album, Mother of My Children, is out September 14th via Saddle Creek.  The album is about "grief and love for people, but also about being a native person in what is the United States today.”  Black Belt Eagle Scout just released her new single, “Indians Never Die,” and its accompanying video.  Directed by Evan James Atwood, the video was filmed on the ancestral lands of the Chinook, Chinnuk Wawa, and Tillamook tribes.  Black Belt Eagle Scout is currently on an extensive North American tour.  Check out the video for "Indians Never Die"! Read More...

"The Grey" by Thrice

Thrice is back with their tenth studio album, Palms, dropping on September 14!  The members of Thrice served as co-producers working alongside Eric Palmquist.  Check out the video for their single "The Grey" and catch them during their fall tour in a city near you! Read More...

"Charcoal Baby" by Blood Orange

Blood Orange's new album is out now!  The self-produced follow up to his 2016 release features A$AP Rocky, Steve Lacy, Janet Mock and lesser known names Kelsey Lu, Aaron Maine of Porches, and Tschan.  He describes his newest collection as “an exploration into my own and many types of black depression, an honest look at the corners of black existence, and the ongoing anxieties of queer/people of color.”  The singer recently appeared on Jimmy Kimmel.  Check out the video for his song Charcoal Baby. Read More...

"Cold War" by Cautious Clay

This week we're featuring music from alt-R&B artist, Cautious Clay.  The former leasing agent marketer, now turned musician, has found himself securing support slots on tour with Gallant and Alina Baraz as well as a recent TV placement of his debut single, Cold War on HBO's hit show Insecure.  Check out the video for the song! Read More...

"Pavement" by Deeper

Deeper is Nic Gohl (singer and guitarist), Mike Clawson (guitarist), Shiraz Bhatti (drummer) and Drew McBride (bassist).  The band honed their sound over the course of 2015 and 2016 in basements, lofts and anywhere that would have them. Call it post-punk, call it indie rock, their self-titled debut album steps in and out of boxes filtered through an unmistakable midwestern lens.  It’s observational, poetic and influenced by nuance.  Deeper has made their mark supporting like-minded acts Omni, Protomartyr, Chris Cohen and fellow Chicago powerhouses Whitney and NE-HI along with their own sold-out headlining shows and official after parties at Pitchfork Festival and Lollapalooza.  Check out the video for "Pavement"! Read More...

"Alone in New Jersey" by Bigwig

Nothing like some music straight out of the Garden State to kick off a great week.  Enjoy Alone in New Jersey by Bigwig! Read More...

"Gratitude" by Big Red Machine

In 2008, The National's Aaron Dessner sent Bon Iver's Justin Vernon an instrumental sketch of a song called "Big Red Machine".  This was before they had met in person.  Justin wrote a song to it, interpreting the Big Red Machine title as a heart.  10 years of friendship later and their band, Big Red Machine, was born.  Each song on their album includes a large number of collaborators via the PEOPLE platform and the record was produced by Justin and Aaron with longtime collaborator Brad Cook primarily at Aaron's studio, Long Pond, in Upper Hudson Valley, NY.  Check out the song, Gratitude! Read More...

“Great No One" by The Beths'

The Beths’ debut album, Future Me Hates Me, will be released next month on Carpark Records and their recent single “Happy Unhappy” has already been dubbed one of Rolling Stone’s “Songs of the Summer.”  The band is now sharing their next single, “Great No One.”  “There’s a lot of sad sincerity in the lyrics,” says singer Elizabeth Stokes, “That relies on the music having a light heart and sense of humor to keep it from being too earnest.”  The Beths recently wrapped up their first ever U.S. tour, and look to continue playing more shows across the globe this summer and... Read More...

"New Day Tonight" by Michael Rault

Everyone knows Daptone Records for their soulful and funky roster of artists like Charles Bradley and Sharon Jones (both of whom unfortunately passed away not too long ago).  This week we're featuring music from Michael Rault whose work adds more of a classic rock soundscape to the Daptone family via their subsidiary, Wick Records.  Rault is actually the first Canadian member of the Daptone family. Check out his retro-ish video for New Day Tonight! Read More...