March 7 – March 11 Album Releases

Each week we post any independent album releases that we know of that happened in the past week. It can be hard to find all of these ourselves, so if you or someone you know is releasing music, let us know!

A Message to the Dreamkillers | Castle Wild | Bandcamp

What do you get when you combine powerful vocals with multi-instrumentalists? Castle Wild. The duo from North Carolina combine to create an unmistakably unique, yet comfortably familiar indie pop sound. Chris Hendricks, a well-known musician in the Raleigh area, is back with his good friend Andre DiMuzio to overwhelm you with love and positivity. The EP, A Message to the Dreamkillers, starts off with a powerful ballad that tells anybody who gets in your way to back off, or they’ll get run over. The EP travels through emotional ups and downs and culminates soothingly yet deeply profound in Love and War. Pay what you want now for their EP on Bandcamp!

Castle Wild – I’ll Follow You Into the Dark (DCFC Cover) – Panoplay Sessions


All Unforgivable Things | Juliet K | Bandcamp

Experimental. Haunting. Folky warm tunes and lyrics. All Unforgivable Things takes you from one emotion to the next, going from slow foreboding melodies to more heartfelt, experimental, and definitely unique structures. Her tracks Live With Me and Nebulous Space utilize a strong backing guitar with ethereal lyric-driven vocals. If you close your eyes during Nebulous Space, you can actually feel yourself floating to the tunes. The melodic guitar and other strings accentuate the beautiful, at times haunting, vocals. Grab Juliet K’s beautiful all album All Unforgivable Things today, March 11th, exclusively on Spill Magazine.

Credit: AndrewPiccone

All Unforgivable Things drops March 11th, 2016


Revanchist | Faulkner | Spotify

Faulkner, a bi-coastal rock band that formed in Venice, CA, have achieved more success as an unsigned band than most, through the power of YouTube. With the backing of RZA, the Wu-Tang Clan mastermind, and a recording session in Rick Rubin’s Shangri La Studio, Faulkner has perfected their new, unmistakable, revolutionary sound. They are speaking to an audience that wants fast-paced rhythms and powerful choruses. See the videos of their songs Revolutionary and These Kids Nowadays (off their new EP) below:

Revolutionary (Got 1 million views in one week)

These Kids Nowadays

Revanchist drops March 11, 2016