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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 →

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 →

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 →

“We Took LSD And Worked On Music Every Single Day”: Ricky Maymi Speaks On The Origins Of The Brian Jonestown Massacre, Chinese Indie, And His Uncle In The Grateful Dead

For modern psychedelic freaks, Ricky Maymi should need no formal introduction. As a co-founder of drone behemoth The Brian Jonestown Massacre and BJM spin off The Imajinary Friends, Maymi has been riding the forefront of the trippy music resurgence since… Continue Reading →

“The suburbs may have raised us, but the city keeps us alive” – The Papi And The Smears Interview

Papi And The Smears have that rarest of all attributes for a band: A true quest. “Rock and Roll is dying. We want to give it a pulse”. True to that lofty mission, this Ohio based trio combine lo-fi bliss… Continue Reading →

A Band Named Rubber: The Interview

You get an interesting set of results if you attempt to Google a band named Rubber. The tire-making product itself is most prominent, with useful educational articles titled “Rubber: A Simple Introduction To Explain That Stuff” popping up first. There’s… Continue Reading →

Historian Floats Toward Space Rock Majesty on “Spiral Again”

Chris Karman, the cosmic wizard behind the deliciously spacey Historian, ponders if he just may be a dying breed. One of the standout songs on his recent release, Spiral Again, “Dying Breed” represents a curiously removed deep dive into personal… Continue Reading →

Polluted: The Grace Attalie Interview

Grace Attalie comes at you sideways with a classic smoky jazz torch singer vibe free and clear of the modern sound trappings that often dilute this particular genre in the present. Wind chimes? Check. Gently galloping bass? Check. Timpani rolls?… Continue Reading →

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