Beach Fossils bassist John Peña started releasing music as Heavenly Beat just last October, but he's already dropped a pair of 7" singles, and he's got an album called Talent coming shortly. We've…   Read Story »
Heavenly Beat, the solo project from Beach Fossils bassist John Peña, has already released two singles this year, and he'll soon follow them up with the debut album Talent. The first song we've…   Read Story »
The video for Beach Fossils' lazy-but-propulsive new single "Shallow" is one of these tour-life deals, collecting on- and off-stage footage from the past few years of the band's life. It makes…   Read Story »
A little while back, we posted a How To Dress Well cover of Xiu Xiu from a forthcoming fundraising compilation, The Ad Hoc Comp, a Kickstarter gift to those pitching in for the benefit of music…   Read Story »
Last week we heard Beach Fossils' new single, "Shallow," and sure enough, that release's B-side recently surfaced. Stream "Lessons," another needling, dreamy rock track, below.
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Though Beach Fossils members like Cole Smith and John Peña have taken time to do their own thing lately (with their bands Dive and Heavenly Beat, respectively), the Dustin Payseur-led Beach Fossils…   Read Story »
Beach Fossils bassit John Peña has a new solo side project called Heavenly Beat. He's already released on 7" single, and we posted both of the tracks that appeared on it, "Suday" and "Desire." Now…   Read Story »
Beach Fossils spinoff Dive put out a new track yesterday called "Human," which will be released as a single later this month. Stream the track after the jump.
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A little while ago, we posted "Desire," the other side of the "Suday" 7'' that Beach Fossils bassist John Peña's side project, Heavenly Beat, recently put out. Now, here's the MP3 for "Suday." Damn,…   Read Story »
The nascent Brooklyn-based brainchild of Beach Fossils guitarist Z. Cole Smith, Dive's lead (and only) single, "Sometime," is a chilly, chiming, highly promising cut of delayed guitars, gauzy vocals,…   Read Story »