Now, this is more like it. Ever since Boris’ 2008, Smile, the Japanese hard-rock trio have been trying, sometimes successfully, often times not so much so, to streamline they’re genre-defying sound. The low point had to be the collaborative album with the Cult’s Ian Astbury. Half-baked doesn’t come close. 2011′s double release of Heavy […]The Source Article test
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Nashville’s Chris Denney has taken 70′s arena rock and mixed it up with bits of 60′s psych/garage, and a pinch of AM country gold to create his debut LP – as Denney and The Jets, titled Mexican Coke.
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Protomartyr Under the Color of Official Right Hardly Art My introduction to the four-piece, Detroit post-punk band, Protomartyr, was unique for the 21st Century. I first heard them on Sub Pop’s 25th anniversary compilation, Sub Pop 1000, a collection of mostly unknown bands. You see, back in the day, before this internet […]The Source Article test
EMA The Future’s Void Matador Records Beginning with her previous band, Gowns, the songs of EMA’s Erika Anderson have always been deeply personal, often painful. Anderson, as they say, is an open book and within those pages Anderson freely shared tales of drugs and betrayal, anxiety and depression, and yes, the occasional triumph, […]The Source Article test
Yes its Sunday and many of us have to work tomorrow, but lets look on the bright side. It’s a beautiful day in SF, Game of Thrones returns tonight and we have some great new music to listen to! First up is Craft Spells new track “Breaking the Angle Against the Tide.” The Seattle-based indie Read MoreThe Source Article test