A pair of must hear new releases have popped on the scene, the first is from Yo La Tengo guitarist Dave Schramm's new band, The Schramms. Their new album titled "Omnidirectional" has been ten years in the making and features a dozen tracks that Dave has been working on with fellow musicians Ron Metz and Al Greller. The new release begins with the slow, gentle build-up of "Honestly Now," as fans of Schramm's work will be pleased with the similar style of how these songs are performed. The album continues with the alternative pop melody of "Spent" and "Faith Is A Dusty Word," which will definitely turn you on to the music of The Schramms. The beautiful acoustic folk appeal of "Good Youth" and "Not Calling" are simply undeniable, while "Still Standing Still" seems like the perfect group effort to make The Schramms one of the top independent bands of 2019. The trio wrap up their new album with the raw, rock buzz of "The Day When" and the beautiful acoustic strumming of "Two A.M. Slant." To find out more about The Schramms and their latest release "Omnidirectional," please visit theschramms.com.