Round Eye

Like French Fries in a Beijing Hot Pot: An interview with Chachy of Round Eye

Round Eye, the experimental freak punk outfit have accrued quite a loud and controversial name for themselves since forming in 2012. The Shanghai based group have shown no mercy nor fatigue in sound development or work ethic and have as of late been a crucial force in bridging a wide gap between the eastern and western hemispheres of punk rock. … More »

Seafair release The Querencia, share video for “Inferno”

Cleveland-based sextet Seafair have released their long awaited album The Querencia today after having their release party at the Grog Shop this past Saturday night. Ranging from being classically trained to having punk rock roots within the ranks, Seafair have been turning heads in their hometown since their inception in late 2012. Releasing two EPs in 2013-Photographs and Paintings-Seafair were … More »

Nick Swardson readies Taste It for Comedy Central

Nick Swardson is serving up hot new jokes in the world premiere of Taste It, debuting on Saturday, May 30 at 10PM ET/PT on Comedy Central. For fans that can’t wait for Swardson’s new material, the special will be available on May 25 on CC: Stand-Up Direct. Swardson returns to the Paramount Theater, where he filmed his last special, Seriously Who Farted?, … More »

Kevin Devine and Meredith Graves release split 7-inch

Today marks the official release of the split 7-inch from Kevin Devine and Meredith Graves of Perfect Pussy! The record can be purchased physically through Bad Timing Records’ webstore, and digitally through bandcamp. After a lot of hard work and soul-sharing, Kevin, Meredith and Bad Timing Records are thrilled to release this record out into the world. Meredith’s song “Took The Ghost … More »

The Hussy share “Turning On You,” tour (2015)

Madison, Wisconsin’s psych-punk duo The Hussy return with Galore, their first full length since 2013′s critically acclaimed Pagan Hiss, via Southpaw Records on June 30!  You can hear the first single here… Last year’s split 12-inch with Digital Leather featured a darker, denser side of The Hussy. On the split, Shawn Foree (Digital Leather, TIT) intricately tangled synthesizers into The Hussy’s signature … More »

Beach House ready Depression Cherry, tour (2015)

Beach House will release Depression Cherry, the band’s fifth album, on CD / LP / DL August 28 in North America on Sub Pop Records. The album will also be available in Europe from Bella Union and from Mistletone in Australia and New Zealand. Depression Cherry, featuring the highlights “Sparks,” “Space Song,” “PPP” and “Days of Candy,” was produced and … More »

Fox and The Law ready The Trouble With People, play shows (2015)

Armed with a potent combo of garage-punk, psychedelic-metal and American soul music, Fox and The Law seem emblematic of Seattle’s eclectic, fuzzed-out rock scene. Drawing inspiration from The Stooges, Black Sabbath, METZ and Built to Spill, the band has created their own brand of stoner-glam, the soundtrack to a smokey, rain-soaked beach party in the Pacific Northwest. The Trouble With … More »

Ancient River share “This Is The Time,” tour (2015)

Enigmatic southern-psych duo Ancient River are sharing a second single, ’This Is The Time’ from their forthcoming album Keeper Of The Dawn along with announcing a massive run of tour dates across the U.S. this spring/summer. Keeper Of The Dawn, released April 14 on Summer Moon, is dense with rich neo-psych influences and their wall-of-sound barrage has been honed by extensive touring across the states and … More »

The Knew share video for “Rally and Rumble”

Denver, Colorado’s The Knew are fringe rock for the uninitiated – part rock opera, part power pop with an abundance of strip-mall sleazy solos throughout their songs. They’ve released a ripper of a new song today with the video for “Rally and Rumble”, portraying everyone’s ultimate kitchen nightmare with their trademark goofball sense of humor. Watch the video for “Rally … More »