Music

Song Premiere: TRASHCLUB, “Dusty Midnight”

Evan Andree and Travis Bunn never expected to form TRASHCLUB. The two met by chance in Los Angeles, where they’d separately relocated—drummer Bunn from Arizona, and singer/guitarist Andree from Atlanta—to try their hand at songwriting and producing. The two hit it off instantly, ended up playing each other some tracks they were working on, and decided to link up the following week to make some music together. … Continue reading Song Premiere: TRASHCLUB, “Dusty Midnight”

Friday Roll Out! New Music Dropped 2/24/17

I’ve been hesitating. It’s probably because I just can’t get enough of the latest album by A Tribe Called Quest. Listening to a podcast today I wasn’t even thinking their album but then Michael Rapaport brought up the group’s performance on the Grammys and the loss of a key member, so I had to play it. Again. The maturity of … Continue reading Friday Roll Out! New Music Dropped 2/24/17

Song Premiere: The Knitts, “We Got Time”

(Photo by RSDIVA Jessica) In a gritty industrial area of Van Nuys, California, behind a powder-coating plant, lie a dozen neatly stacked repurposed shipping containers. One of these is ‘home’ to The Knitts, a band with a surprisingly long history and a short fuse, ready to explode onto the music scene with the release of their upcoming debut full-length album Retreat. The origins … Continue reading Song Premiere: The Knitts, “We Got Time”

Earwig Shares Video For “Bring Yrself 2 Me”

The Columbus, Ohio band Earwig Shares the video for “Bring Yrself 2 Me” off of the group’s Pause For The Jets. The song/video features ‘iconic drag queen Nina West,’ and while I’m not sure what that means, I’m still having a hard time getting around what in the world is going on in this video. It begins with one of … Continue reading Earwig Shares Video For “Bring Yrself 2 Me”

Song Premiere: Mouth Sounds “Slow DiMaggio”

“I’ve spent most of my life making music but not enough time sharing it. This changes now. Life is magic. Do what you love.” Those words are from Daniel Howie, former front-man of North Carolina’s alternative rock band Sugar Glyder.  Now branching out into his own, Howie has begun a new project Mouth Sounds.   Going with Howie’s cutting vocals, Mouth … Continue reading Song Premiere: Mouth Sounds “Slow DiMaggio”

Savannah Stopover Music Festival announces complete schedule

Savannah Stopover Music Festival announced the complete schedule of 87 bands for the festival’s seventh anniversary, taking place March 9-11 in Savannah, GA’s beautiful and historic downtown district. The schedule can be viewed here where festival goers can create personal schedules which can be viewed on mobile devices and shared on social media. The festival, which takes place across numerous venues in Savannah’s … Continue reading Savannah Stopover Music Festival announces complete schedule

Haymarket Riot, Kill Surf City play Not Much More Than Awesome Again

The inaugural Not Much More Than Awesome Again Fest is set to debut at Dayton, Ohio’s Yellow Cab Tavern on March 3 and 4. The fest, which is hosted by Dayton indie rockers The 1984 Draft, will include performances by: Haymarket Riot (Chicago) Blind Rage (Dayton) Forage (Dayton) Kill Surf City (Indiana) Primitives (Columbus) XL427 (Dayton) Tender Mercy (Louisville) Smug Brothers … Continue reading Haymarket Riot, Kill Surf City play Not Much More Than Awesome Again

Album Stream: Citris, Panic In Hampton Bays

(Photo by Alex Josephs) Angelina Torreano forms the core of Citris with guitarist and producer Chris Krasnow. The 24 year old New York natives met in the fertile music scene of Purchase, New York, which has produced such beloved artists as Regina Spektor, Dan Deacon, and Mitski. Together, the pair set Torreano’s searching lyrics to an onslaught of distorted guitars … Continue reading Album Stream: Citris, Panic In Hampton Bays

Video Premiere: I Am The Polish Army, “You Don’t Know”

Within three months of their first rehearsal, I Am The Polish Army was in the studio with acclaimed engineer Charles Burst (Neko Case, Psychic Ills, Crystal Stilts) and were working through the songs which would eventually form the basis of the band’s debut record, My Old Man. Driven by a desire to reinvent the initial musical offerings that vocalist Emma … Continue reading Video Premiere: I Am The Polish Army, “You Don’t Know”