Thee Creeps- Grave Pop

Thee Creeps – Grave Pop Back in March of this year, King Pizza records unleashed a cassette filled with some of the noisiest, catchiest garage-punk grime this side of Black Lips, by NYC/NJ natives, Thee Creeps. The album opens with a total cataclysmic rocker that rips at a skyrocketing pace with fuzz guitars and crashingContinue reading “Thee Creeps- Grave Pop”

Now Playing: Tashaki Miyaki

I’ve been totally blown away by Tashaki Miyaki’s latest album, The Dream. Fittingly titled, the album is an atmospheric, gorgeous dream-pop masterpiece that is as refreshing and lush as the spring weather that it was debuted in. Punky, howling guitar work blend seamlessly into beds of strings, keyboards and TM’s hauntingly beautiful, multilayered harmonies. This is theContinue reading “Now Playing: Tashaki Miyaki”

2,000+ Instagram Followers Special Mix

I’ve recently went over 2,000 followers on my blog’s Instagram account (@recordcratesunited) and I am over the moon with joy and gratitude. So as a thank you to those followers and everyone else involved, I’ve made a mix featuring music by some of those followers and musicians that I’ve reviewed in the past. From folk toContinue reading “2,000+ Instagram Followers Special Mix”

The Coathangers- Nosebleed Weekend

I recently reviewed the latest album by The Coathangers for Thewaster.com. Check it out right here!

The Movements- Like Elephants 1 & 2

The Movements Like Elephants 1 & 2 Sunrise Ocean Bender Records Swedish rockers, The Movements, are all over the map. Like the greatest of bands, they can’t be nailed down to one genre or label, being truly their own brand of rock music. Most of Like Elephants 1 & 2 can be described as havingContinue reading “The Movements- Like Elephants 1 & 2”

Check This Band Out

The Rizzos are an awesome new garage fuzzy punky trio out from Brooklyn and you need to hear them. The drumming is a true force of nature, the guitar buzzes with phosphorescent life while the bass neatly ties them together with the force that hasn’t been seen since Entwistle. On top of that, the vocalsContinue reading “Check This Band Out”