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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

EP Stream: Drug Control, Stabbed

Formed in 2014, Drug Control’s biggest mission has been to put San Diego Straight Edge on the map. At a time when California’s hardcore scene seems to pale in comparison to its East Coast contingent, Drug Control have been slowly cultivating a scene with such bands as Fury, Discrepancy and Step 4 Change. Ultimately, this landed them on New Age … Continue reading EP Stream: Drug Control, Stabbed

Album Stream: Holophrase, Stay Being

Holophrase’s new album Stay Being is the product of an extended reinvention. In 2012, the Denver-based group released a promising experimental rock record with Horizons of Expectation. Recorded and produced by the late Ikey Owens at Sundayhouse Studios, Horizons was impossible to pigeonhole, drawing comparisons to early Magazine and Brian Eno. Soon after its release Holophrase lost one of its founding members and had to reconfigure and reimagine its sound … Continue reading Album Stream: Holophrase, Stay Being

Album Stream: Silent tongues/Eugenius, Creature of Habit, habits of creatures

Today, November 11, 2016, Cincinnati indie rock/soul project Silent tongues, and its frontman Phillip Smith’s hip hop alter-ego Eugenius, will release the split album creature of habit, habits of creatures. The 17-track album alternates between Eugenius and Silent tongues, and will be released in digital format only via both Silent tongues’ and Eugenius’ Bandcamp pages, and will be available through … Continue reading Album Stream: Silent tongues/Eugenius, Creature of Habit, habits of creatures

Album Stream: Ohio Knife, Scalp Or Be Scalped

Photo by Matt Dorman Ohio Knife is a punch you in the gut, unforgiving, rock n’ roll band hailing from the great midwestern city of Cincinnati, Ohio. Capitalizing on off-the-beaten-path tunings, Ohio Knife’s Jason Snell brings raspy, two-toned vocals and spooky, soulful, trashy guitars as Joe Suer drops an ass-load of low-end drums and Scotty Wood provides all the thumping … Continue reading Album Stream: Ohio Knife, Scalp Or Be Scalped

EP Stream: Move Home, Spare Nothing

Move Home are set to release the follow-up to their to their 2015 debut album, Spare Nothing EP, via Columbus-based indie label We Want Action on October 7, 2016.  The new EP, like its predecessor, And So It Begins, was produced by Micah Carli (formerly of Hawthorne Heights). The EP also ushers in a new era for Move Home with … Continue reading EP Stream: Move Home, Spare Nothing

Album Stream: Harvey Pekar, The Astral We

Cleveland hardcore act Harvey Pekar is a perfect blend of punk, hardcore, rock, and intelligent lyrics with a just enough cynicism to perfectly embody their moniker. The band previously released their debut LP Upward, Not Northward on Escapist Records. On Harvey Pekar’s second full length, The Astral We, the band focused less on reinventing itself, but working to perfect their … Continue reading Album Stream: Harvey Pekar, The Astral We

Dem Atlas Share Some MF DEM

In case you missed it, that Minnesota rapper deM atlaS shared mF deM, which features 13 previously released DOOM beats with all new raps.  MF Doom’s last album was 2014’s NehruvianDoom, a collaborative effort with Bishop Nehru. It was the same year deM atlaS released his critically acclaimed Rhymesayer’s debut Embrace The Sun.  You get a different taste of these Doom beats with … Continue reading Dem Atlas Share Some MF DEM

Album Stream: Survival Method, Reality Blurred

The Texas hardcore, punk and metal scene is a breeding ground for some of the most intense and innovative sub culture music. If there is a template for fast, heavy, aggressive hard core music, Texas bands have continuously pushed that template to its most extreme level. Dallas/Ft. Worth’s Survival Method is no exception. Playing their brand of fast abrasive hardcore, … Continue reading Album Stream: Survival Method, Reality Blurred