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Picks & Reviews of our most interesting discoveries to date!
With strong views on EPs, and a whole bunch of material to check out, it’s well worth the time to give Michael Simmons a listen.
New Orleans’ SEXY DEX and THE FRESH are the funkiest, most soulful act to ever delve into the ’80s sounds of Prince and Rick James. “Play Me Birdie,” the first single off their upcoming self-released EP, Don’t Play My B-Sides, is a frantic dancer.
As of 2018, I’ve been awaiting a band to capture the essence of an emotional state that has been running on high for the last three years. From pure kismet, Junko Daydream flew under the radar and into the inbox for these ears to immediately crave. Whether it be the desire to hear new music […]
Sometimes it’s the album art that draws me in to listen to a band’s music, and sometimes it’s the band name. In Gas Station Sushi’s case, it was both. Uglier In Person is a four-song EP full of humor, witty lyrics, and punk minimalism. Every song has a phrase or two in it that just […]
The San Francisco band Crooked Flower released their brand new live album “Blooming – The Light Rail Sessions” earlier this year. The band captivates with music that proves to be a blend of psychedelic emotive West Coast soul rock. The band consists of Angie Dang on vocals, Dan Ingberman, guitar Daniel Erik, bass and Patrick […]
Louisa Roach fronts the band She Drew the Gun with unmatched maturity and poise. I haven’t seen such a composed front woman in a while. She and her band mates hail from Liverpool. Needless John Lennon is one of her inspirations. She cites the naked inhibited vocal qualities are indicative of male singers. She believes […]
How is it possible to have a clever enough band to sound straight out of a bygone era while being original? White Room is simply that inventive band who can capture an atmosphere and transform a song into their own. “Twisted Celebration” is reminiscent and Syd Barrett comes to mind. That goes to say, that […]
Maybe it’s the band name tied in with the music, but there almost seems to be an eerie haunt with Rad Horror. Not in a traditional sense, more so, as a longing that happens to be captured in their song “Teenage Love”. One gains the understanding that a noticeable void is present, no matter what […]