From the first time I heard Royal Headache’s lead singer, Shogun, open his mighty pipes I’ve contended he’s a star, as in network TV performances, gossip mags and paparazzi, trapped in an indie-rockers body. Dude has a classic, soulful and scruffy voice like Rod Stewart, and in the right setting, like, say this video for the mid-tempo strummer, […]The Source Article test
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Deafheaven’s “Brought to the Water,” isn’t a total reinvention of modern heavy into some overwrought philosophical work, like that of that other heavy-as-holy-hell, but totally not a black metal band, Liturgy. Rather, it’s a refinement of the visceral thrills which made Deafheaven’s debut so compelling. In addition to the rapid-fire riffs, with their crescendos arching […]The Source Article test
Charlie Szytk makes a powerful debut with the cinematic folk-rock of “Holy War.”The Source Article test
I have been a huge fan of Los Angeles’ (by way of Indiana) indie pop band Triptides since I stumbled across their Bandcamp page a few years ago. But for whatever reason, I have never shared them on the site. Shame on me!
Their latest release, Az…
The problem with festivals isn’t that we’re lacking for choice. But in the fast food court of summer festivities, the offerings tend to be arrayed in hard-edged silos. Here’s the dance music one, and it’ll be a rave. Here’s the rock one, and it’s just going to be about guitars. Here’s the experimental one, and … Continue →
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