Without the City of Detroit, there would be no Protomartyr. The two are tied together, though fortune, or misfortune, even if the larger population doesn’t realize it. Not only does the post-punk act frequently use the city’s struggles for songwriting inspiration, but one can also hear the challenging landscape’s influence in the music, too. On […]
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Lamont “Bim” Thomas may have left the home studio behind for his newest record, Louder Space, but that doesn’t mean his punk-rock wrecking crew, Obnox, have changed their ways. “Bitch! Get Money!” is just the latest example of why Obnox is among the best Cleveland Rock has got to offer. Once content to shred, Obnox […]
This post is trying something a little different. Mostly I post photos and reviews of shows I went to and had a great time at, but today I wanted to help anyone in SF discover some great acts coming to town that you might not know you will love. We all know that Broken Bells Read More
Ruined Fortune is the duo of Angela Garrick and Australia’s Nic Warnock. Both have played in several other projects, including Southern Comfort, Bed Wettin’ Bad Boys and Model Citizen to name a few.
Their heavy, thick-sludge version of rock &#…
The Echo Nest’s Paul Lamere has been doing some interesting work around age and gender music preferences which got me thinking about a bit more about how the relevance of genres has changed. A school of thought that is gaining … Continue reading →