While we might not hear the sound of grunge rock much in 2019, Neverlanded proves that it can actually not only be surprisingly fresh, but also entirely welcomed. This London power trio channels the angst-ridden misfit spirit of the cream of the early ’90s crop, like Soundgarden, L7 and Alice in Chains, and evolves itContinue reading “Neverlanded – Fluffy Unicorns United”
We return with a particularly rocking episode: Featuring: 1. Flying Motorcar – Pullsar 2. ASMR – Drug Apts. 3. His Latest Apparatus – Three Dimensional Tanx 4. Lost in Translation – Alien Lizard 5. 73 and Rising – Shiver and Seethe Keep RCU Alive! No Donation is Too Small!
Guerssen Records are reissuing some of the most daring, unusual and straight up mindblowing obscure records of all time. They’re doing an especially excellent job recently, so here’s a quick rundown of some of my favorite of the label’s recent batch of releases: Thomas Hamilton – Pieces For Kohn Sometimes, there is nothing more fascinatingContinue reading “April Round Up – Guerssen Records Edition”
After even a single casual listen to Eli Winter’s debut record, The Time To Come, one can tell that the artist has a tight grasp on how to speak volumes with only the barest of elements. The Time To Come is a stark, yet gorgeous collection of solo American Primitive acoustic and electric guitar, in aContinue reading “Eli Winter – The Time To Come”
Not since the days of The Insect Trust and Mighty Baby has there been an album that bared as many different shades and facets of the psychedelic spectrum as WEEED’s You Are The Sky. Hailing from Portland, Oregon, WEEED is a crack team of pure virtuosos, with each member credited to multiple instruments and effects.Continue reading “WEEED – You Are The Sky”
Everyone is Dirty’s My Neon’s Dead is a hard rocking record that is utterly packed with catchy hooks and a multitude of surprises. You’re going to want to crank this one way, way up. At first glance, the Oakland, California band is a particularly skilled garage punk band, yet when you really dive into this album, you discoverContinue reading “Everyone is Dirty – My Neon’s Dead”
Brewster’s long awaited debut full-length is a fine example of just how personal the craft of the modern singer-songwriter can be. Forever Better Kissers glows with a casual familiarity, largely due to its mix of detailed, confidential lyrics and intimate arrangements. Hints and name-drops of suburban-hometown New Jersey locations and references to melancholic high school memoriesContinue reading “Brewster – Forever Better Kissers”