Have you ever been at a wedding and the band starts to play and you immediately think about how corny they are? Then, fifteen minutes later, you find yourself indulging in the sincere performance and letting go of your indie rock baggage to just enjoy yourself?
All Them Witches to release ATW on Sept 22nd via New West Records. Here’s the first track…
What’s it all mean?! Maybe it’s just enjoyably random images or maybe, just maybe, there’s a vague hint at the “dance” of a relationship; both the courtship phase and the longterm maintainable.
Openly citing The Strokes, Tame Impala and Radiohead as your influences is a quick way to earn a massive eyeroll from any potential new listener. Fortunately, Cave Mode Shack manages to not fuck it up.
Matt and Mickey take on Burger Week with mixed results and then tackle the oft-maligned Downtown scene with surprisingly pleasant results.
The one with no script but tons of great music. The range of genres and styles that Nashville has been delivering lately has been excellent.
Z is, as far as I can tell, the new project from Mom & Dad’s Zach Prosser. Their Instagram has only a handful of posts and a Bandcamp account has two songs posted from late in 2017. All that is to say, it feels pretty new. The Window Light Show video for “456” starts with […]
Documenting Fear, etc. (Sketchbook) by DoomFolk StarterKit David Swick has undertaken a work-in-progress / work-in-public endeavor he calls DoomFolk StarterKit. The gist of the project is as such: DoomFolk StarterKit is an on going sketchbook series where I write and record a song on my iPhone in (about) one hour and then post it in […]
Two covers, two entirely original takes on surprising classics.
A deceptively simple presentation of pop songs with more going on than one would expect in such a short run time; including but not limited to drum machines, samples, dance-y bass lines and space-y guitars.
All Art Must Be Destroyed (EP) by Oafrott With a title like All Art Must Be Destroyed and a thank you credit that reads “For disgusting troglodytes everywhere”, it’s safe to assume that whatever OAFROTT has to offer, it’s going to have a strong opinion. And that it does. With the first track, “The President […]
Having spent months building anticipation for this release, the only disappointment is that there isn’t more of it.