Louisville, Kentucky’s trio of face melters, White Reaper, are about to drop their debut EP with Polyvinyl Records (out on June 24). This self-titled EP is 6 songs of rowdy punk rock sure to make any fans of Ty Segall and Thee Oh Sees sit up a…The Source Article test
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SLAVVE is a 2-piece band from West Palm Beach, FL. Though they have since relocated to Brooklyn, the duo has deep roots in the music they’ve always loved. Started as a home project by guitarist/vocalist Chuka Chukuma, SLAVVE’s vibe is all systems go. Fully formed in the summer of 2013, Chuka recruited drummer + childhood friend Marcos Marchesani, former member of Weird Wives & Surfer Blood, to make everything bigger + louder.
SLAVVE can be heard in full effect on their upcoming self-titled EP. Recorded in just 2 days, the EP is a glimpse into the powerful, gripping force that is SLAVVE. In an effortless mix of punk, post-punk, screamo & hardcore,
Today, the guys share a new track in advance of the EP’s forthcoming release (out 06.24 via Bloodmoss Records).
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Fucked Up Glass Boys Matador Records Every generation needs a Fucked Up, a band who of punks who flout convention and twist expectations until the word punk, itself, becomes even more devoid of meaning. From album-side long singles inspired by the Chinese Zodiac to a rock opera, a fucking 21st Century rock […]The Source Article test
Parquet Courts Sunbathing Animal What’s Your Rupture/Mom+Pop Mocking is easy, even natural, when a band rises from the Brooklyn underground and quickly gets labeled Rock’s next great hope. It doesn’t matter than Parquet Courts never asked to be the new Strokes. It’s out there and now the band and music fans both […]The Source Article test
Never thought much of Merchandise. Sure, the Tampa band had been all over your hipper music outlets for the past couple years, but for the life of me, I couldn’t tell you why. Someone heard something, to be sure. There was a bidding war for their services and 4AD came out on top. Now, along […]The Source Article test