Now Playing: Episode 7

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!  

The Choppy Bumpy Peaches – Sgt. Konfuzius & the Flowers of Venus

If there is one band that is enjoyably hard to pinpoint or define, it’s The Choppy Bumpy Peaches. Sgt. Konfuzius & the Flowers of Venus finds the Luxembourgian group concocting a doomy, mind-altering blend of hard psychedelia, gothic post-punk and dark space rock. This uniquely merged sound is perfectly represented by the album cover, withContinue reading “The Choppy Bumpy Peaches – Sgt. Konfuzius & the Flowers of Venus”

Record Crates United: Now Playing (Episode 4 – New Aura Interview)

For the fourth episode of Record Crates United: Now Playing, we have a chat with Bostonian psych-rockers (and major RCU favs), New Aura. We discuss the struggles that face many independent bands today, the current state of the Boston scene and what the group has been up to over the last quarter of 2018. CheckContinue reading “Record Crates United: Now Playing (Episode 4 – New Aura Interview)”

The Warp/The Weft- Mapping an Absence [Acid Folk/Folk Rock]

The Warp/The Weft- Mapping an Absence Sounding as haunting, rustic and feral as an abandoned cemetery swallowed by trees and weeds, The Warp/The Weft’s Mapping an Absence is an excellent example of acid folk’s ever continuing influence. Hailing from Poughkeepsie, New York, The Warp/The Weft infuse their music with the cold, isolation and haunting qualitiesContinue reading “The Warp/The Weft- Mapping an Absence [Acid Folk/Folk Rock]”

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”