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”

BSE 28: Danny Brown, Broken Social Scene, Sir the Baptist with Killer Mike and ChurchPpl, (Sandy) Alex G and Many More

The One Where Everything is Enjoyable On this episode: our dear cousins talk about American Idol and Katy Perry, they get into God Talk early and keep talking about their history with religious institutions, Every week Ghettoblaster feature writers (and dear cousins!) Brian LaBenne and Luke LaBenne bring you fresh new songs with the hopes of introducing you to some that you may consider … Continue reading BSE 28: Danny Brown, Broken Social Scene, Sir the Baptist with Killer Mike and ChurchPpl, (Sandy) Alex G and Many More

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

Song Premiere: Great Woods, “Strange Times in the City”

Great Woods is the band that lives inside of Eric Ryrie’s head. Ryrie lives in Brooklyn. His songs are built on strong melodies and intricate arrangements that are executed with a seasoned precision, honed by years of live performance and dedication to his craft. Strange Lives, due out June 23, is the first release from Great Woods. It was written, … Continue reading Song Premiere: Great Woods, “Strange Times in the City”

DWNTWN Shares New Single “Bloodshot Eyes”

The L.A. based band DWNTWN announces their forthcoming debut album Racing Time by sharing the new single “Bloodshot Eyes.” Don’t let the cooing vocals that opens up the track fool you, this is a beast of a song that’s as relentless as a cheetah pouncing on its prey. The album will be released July 21st on Jullian Records. Racing Time features … Continue reading DWNTWN Shares New Single “Bloodshot Eyes”

Art School Jocks Share Track “Nina”

If you take a look at Atlanta’s Art School Jocks, they don’t look like jocks at all. In fact, they’re quite the opposite; four lovely ladies.  The band has shared their new track “Nina,” off the forthcoming self-titled EP, out June 2nd on Father/Daughter Records. Art School Jocks is a self-described “existential basement pop” band from Atlanta, Georgia. Ali Bragg … Continue reading Art School Jocks Share Track “Nina”