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Into The Memory Void With Deux Furieuses

Here’s to those who speak the truth and are not believed This is the year of rage Deux Furieuses, the agit punk duo from the UK recently signed to Xtra Mile Recordings, storm the stage in the video for “Year… Continue Reading →

“We’re Passionate, Obsessed, and We Have No Choice”: Stealing Back The Lower East Side With Locobeach

Chemistry between band members is not always organic. Egos can clash. Guitars smash. Words are hurled and sometimes a punch or too flies. Yet with the five members of Locobeach, the brotherly love is evident in their unaffected mannerisms and… Continue Reading →

Soured Relationships & Radio Play: The Matt Vantine Interview

Matt Vantine’s new banger “Drop Dead” manages to do that tricky power pop math equation where shimmery guitar sounds balance perfectly with dark subject matter. Most bands have the technical ability to assimilate Big Star-isms, after all, but it takes… Continue Reading →

Hawk Tubley’s Widescreen Urban Psych

Unlike the majority of “retro” leaning contemporary music, which tends to sound over studied and therefore drearily contemporary, Hawk Tubley really could have been on the radio in 1974. This Philadelphia solo act may be shackled to the Christian name… Continue Reading →

Kamikaze Mushroom Palace: The Kainalu Interview

“Kainalu” is Hawaiian lingo for “ocean wave”. The band, Kainalu, springs from the mind of Trent Pall who enjoyed the sand and surf of Hawaii when he spent summers there with his grandparents. He now resides in the much chillier,… Continue Reading →

On The Rumored Black Crowes Cash Grab Reunion & Brothers In Bands

The Spiritual Significance Of The Crow – It is usually believed that the crow is a symbol of bad luck and death, but it is not always the case. As we have already said, a crow may be a symbol of life magic and mysteries. It also symbolizes… Continue Reading →

Brit Pop Roars Back To Life With MOSES

Where is my life I want to dance for joy Be happy all the time You really have to bring on the infectious hooks to sell a chorus such as this, but MOSES, the young UK upstarts that have been… Continue Reading →

Fragile Creatures – The Interview

Cross the line Cross the line We don’t know why we came here tonight So sings Adam Kidd on “A New Low”, the hooky rush of a new single from Brighton, England’s Fragile Creatures. The track feels especially triumphant coming… Continue Reading →

New Orleans’ Flow Tribe Bust Out From The South

Every music writer and their mother’s cousin always writes about “The New Orleans Sound” as if that were a singular, tangible thing, as if it could all be boiled down to some sort of traditional formula that anyone born east… Continue Reading →

Jemma Freeman and the Cosmic Something

I first came to learn of Jemma when my friend Josh Gaffin at WSTQ in West Virginia spun “Helen is a Reptile”, a blistering tale of mental confusion fused with a sort of stony peculiarity. The ridiculously NSFW video finds… Continue Reading →

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