Mike Watt + The Jom & Terry Show performed Thursday, May 18, 2017 at Beachland Ballroom in Cleveland, Ohio. Photographer Christopher Corn was there to capture the action.
Grammy and Latin Grammy award winning band OZOMATLI today premiered the video for “Como La Flor”, their version of one of Selena’s biggest and most adored tracks. For the fun and political video, the band hosted a Selena look-alike casting call in the kitchy environs of the legendary La Cita bar in DTLA club. The band received the Quintanilla family’s (they … Continue reading OZOMATLI Premieres Video For “Como La Flor” →
The One With Brian’s Birthday On this episode: Luke starts the episode by singing Happy Birthday to Brian and giving him four awesome songs as presents, our dear cousins talk about the upcoming Edgar Wright film Baby Driver and play a song from the soundtrack, Luke reveals his love of Gnarls Barkley, while Brian reveals his love of pudding, one … Continue reading BSE 29: Danger Mouse with Run the Jewels and Big Boi, Cornelius, Japanese Breakfast, The Pains of Being Pure at Heart and Many More →
Camorra is the new project by J Robbins (Jawbox, Burning Airlines, Channels, Office Of Future Plans), Jonah Matranga (Far, New End Original, Onelinedrawing) and Zach Barocas (Jawbox, Bells). With the help of Janet Morgan (Channels) and members of War On Women and The Pauses, the band has recorded an EP’s worth of work entitled Mourning, Resistance, Celebration, that will be … Continue reading CAMORRA Share’s New Single “Roosevelt Champion III “ →
While the world and their fans await a new album, the Death Grips share new 22-minute track mix “Steroids (Crouching Tiger Hidden Gabber Megamix).” Just how long it’ll hold everyone over remains to be seen.
Photo by Zach Wallace New Air finds Philadelphia’s Fire In The Radio pushing their unique brand of up-tempo indie-punk in a fresh direction incorporating elements of new wave, grunge, and shoegaze drone into tightly crafted pop songs. The result is a notably darker effort than 2015’s Telemetry, which was released to critical acclaim. It also proves to be the bands … Continue reading Push It Real Good; An interview with Fire In The Radio →
Athens, Georgia’s Deep State have been flying under the radar making some of the best, pure-bent rock joy heard in a generation in their crook neck portion of the east coast. Power, volume, transition, and then suddenly, they’re here: one of your new favorite bands, wearing out the motor on your turntable. Friends from bands, college, restaurant jobs Deep State … Continue reading Tending The Garden; An interview with Taylor Chmura of Deep State →
Looking all around him, Sam Boatright began noticing that a chance of scenery was needed for him. Leaving his post in the garage-psych band Psychic Heat to explore other opportunities, the twenty-one Lawrence, Kansas musician went back to music that he archived years ago. Channeling the moniker that he kept dormant till just recently Hush Machine, Boatright’s self-titled debut album … Continue reading Brushing Off The Cobwebs; An Interview with Sam Boatright Of Hush Machine →
Another week rolls by and life’s got me feeling overworked, underpaid and less than appreciated. It doesn’t really vary from any other week I guess. Walking and driving in zombie-like states would probably have people glaring at me if they knew I was always tired. I haven’t been able to upload new music on my iPod so I’m stuck listening … Continue reading Friday Roll Out! Albums dropped 5/19/17 →
Based in the musical mecca of Nashville, TN, The Nearly Deads emit polished grit, mixing the powerful pop vocals of singer Theresa Jeane with the aggressive grunge-inspired instrumentals of Steve Tobi, Javier Garza, Josh Perrone, and Kevin Koelsch. the band has managed to create a truly unique genre that not only gives a nod to gritty grunge, but brings it … Continue reading Riding Nerdy; An interview with Josh Perrone of The Nearly Deads →