Today Grace Vonderkuhn is releasing her debut full length album on EggHunt Records. You can pick it up on vinyl on EggHunt’s website or head over to her bandcamp to give the album a spin! Grace Vonderkuhn is an official SXSW 2018 artist, but you can catch her playing a FREE show in a little over a week at Hardywood with the following sick lineup:
Stacked show. Admission is free. Beer is amazing and not free.
Grace Vonderkuhn (Egghunt Records)
Grace Vonderkuhn is currently set to release of her first full length album, slated to drop in early 2018. The album, entitled Reveries, is a look inside Vonderkuhn’s waking dreams and musings, ultimately revealing her view of the ethereality of life. The honesty and intimacy of her lyrics pair with driving power pop, post punk, and surfy licks, making the freshman album a thoughtful, energetic, and unpredictable ride.
Gold Connections (Fat Possum)
It takes an exceptional record to have the staying power that lasts nearly a year. Will Marsh’s debut EP under Gold Connections is one of those rarities…a fiery piece of indie rock goodness.” – The Revue
doll baby (Egghunt Records)
Hell Block stands as one of my favorite projects I’ve heard yet out of the local scene. Storey’s vocals are as unique as they are powerful, and the chemistry between the members is quite evident in the perfect cohesion they demonstrate on this EP. The first track “Alive” is super impressive. Right off the bat, Storey’s vocals piqued my curiosity. – RVAMag
Fat Spirit (Citrus City Records)
The whole ride through this record though (and it is definitely a ride, I couldn’t ever quite predict what they’d do next), Fat Spirit incorporates a gorgeous and colorful range of sounds that I’m not all that used to hearing from bands who write emotional music. They manage to be atmospheric and hazy without sounding apathetic about it, which really makes this album stand out for me. – Dust Up