Music

Push It Real Good; An interview with Fire In The Radio

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

Tending The Garden; An interview with Taylor Chmura of Deep State

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

Friday Roll Out! Albums dropped 5/19/17

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

Riding Nerdy; An interview with Josh Perrone of The Nearly Deads

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

Song Premiere: Dead Posey, “Freak Show”

Befitting their handle, Dead Posey is fascinated by what lies beyond, their music exploring the nature of mortality through both waking life and dreams. But while the Los Angeles duo’s lyrics lean toward the metaphysical, its debut EP, Freak Show, is a raucous, fuzz-loaded collection of back-to-basics rock ‘n’ roll. Singer Danielle Souza’s inspired vocals blend seamlessly with guitarist Kyle Foster’s muddy, blown-out riffs in this vibrant, … Continue reading Song Premiere: Dead Posey, “Freak Show”

Album Stream: Foxholes, Foxholes

Photo by Clark Wegner Foxholes, named for a track off Television’s second album, formed in late August of 2012 through a mixture of pre-existing friendships and well-timed Craigslist ads. The Des Moines, Iowa, five-piece, set to release their self-titled sophomore full-length on May 26, specializes in straight-forward lyrical honesty and a blend of garage-rock and post-punk that pulls in influences … Continue reading Album Stream: Foxholes, Foxholes

Song Premiere: Skylines, “Unfold”

Chicago’s Skylines is getting ready for the summer with their latest “Unfold,” which Ghettoblaster has the pleasure of sharing today. The song was produced by Joe Scaletta at Word of Mouth Studios. The band will be performing tonight at Evolution Music in Chicago, IL, to help kick off the “Hot Mulligan and Belmont” tour. Stream the single below: (Visit Skylines at: Facebook: … Continue reading Song Premiere: Skylines, “Unfold”

The Migraines release “lost” album, play 25th anniversary show

Ohio punkers The Migraines are doing some reunions shows for the band’s 25th anniversary. The Migraines’ entire out-of-print catalog, including the “lost” album they recorded before the band broke up, has all been released digitally on Bandcamp. The “lost” album, The Worst We Could Do is Fail, features previously unreleased recordings. The Dayton, Ohio, show is on Joey Ramone’s birthday, … Continue reading The Migraines release “lost” album, play 25th anniversary show