Are you still smarting from the limp effort at a single The Black Keys released yesterday? This track by the OBN IIIs, “No Time for the Blues,” is for you. If the Black Keys are the sound of a garage rock band with their rock motor on cruise control, content to roll out new takes […]
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Fucked Up’s “Paper the House” is not your uncle’s pop-punk anthem. For one thing, Fucked Up have always had better things to do than watch tv and rub one off, you know, like writing exceedingly long songs about the sex trade. And while, lead howler, Damian Abraham may question his life in a rock […]
We couldn’t be more excited to see a new song from Merrill Garbus (a.k.a. tUnE-yArDs). She is due out for a new album, Nikki Nack, on May 6th via 4AD, a follow up to 2011′s acclaimed W H O K I L L. “Water Fountain” bubbles over with the youthful enthusiasm of a schoolyard at recess. […]
Ruined Fortune Ruined Fortune Hozac Records For the past five-plus years, Australian rock music has been on an incredible upswing. It began with Melbourne’s Eddy Current Suppression Ring, who released three well-received albums of post-punk, garage rock and trash on Goner Records. From the Eddy Current Suppression Ring sprang side-projects, like the more […]
Swedish wild-child Ellinor Olovsdotter aka Elliphant is getting ready to unleash her highly anticipated Look Like You Love It EP via Mad Decent on April 1st .
The feisty young songstress — who considers herself an artist as much as she does an activist — has been busy recording in the studio this winter, putting her thoughts to track & has delivered some of her strongest and most cohesive work to date, including yet-to-be-heard collaborations with esteemed DJ/producers Diplo + Skrillex.
Unapologetic & often outspoken, Elliphant has lived all over the world, including the streets of India as a teenager, and it’s exactly these unique life experiences that have led her to create such powerful material in the studio.
The lead track “Revolusion”, is a raw, in-your-face sonic assault that will leave you wanting more. It embodies Elliphant’s undeniable edge + desire to shake things up amongst an already complacent generation & is exactly what sets her apart from other female artists who dominate the charts.