Los Dos Hermanos is a two-piece garage rock band out of Bordeaux, France. Their mix of 60′s style garage, surf guitar and echoey vocals (played in a face melting “Thee Oh Sees”-esque style) makes their new single Alienor a must liste…
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As one half of Ruined Fortune, Angie Garrick has already released one of the year’s best punky, sludgy noise rock albums. Here, with Southern Comfort, things are significantly sunnier, albeit in a fuzzed-out, blown-out speaker kind of way. The “Suzanne” 7″ is out now on Hozac Records. Time will tell if Fucked Up’s Glass Boys, […]
The Past Presents is typically where I take a fresh look at an older album, either because it’s regarded as a classic album and I’d like to see if it still holds up, or because it’s an album I feel is special and it never really got the love it deserves. For me, [...]
The buzzsaw pop of Herzog has long been a favorite of locals in the Cleveland rock scene, and now, it seems as if others are beginning to notice. This Brooklyn Vegan piece is but the latest shout out: Indie rock, in the trad ’90s sense, has probably been fully explored by this point but something […]
Following the news of signing to the esteemed label, Infectious Music, Brisbane’s DZ Deathrays are proud to reveal their newest single, the bravado infused – “Reflective Skull”.
Due out on June 9, “Reflective Skull” is the latest track to be taken from the bands forthcoming album, Black Rat, & continues to disclose the duos evolving progression.
After signing with I Oh You in Australia & touring for the past few years with acts like Foo Fighters, Ratatat, Sleigh Bells & at festivals such as Reading & Leeds + The Great Escape, Black Rat was recorded over the course of 6 weeks, which took in 16hr days, at The Grove studio in Australia with producer Burke Reid (MSTRKRFT, The Drones, The Mess Hall) – & shows a truly amazing progression, whilst remaining true to their signature self, from their debut Bloodstreams.
Black Rat hits stores sometime in August.