Month: May 2018

Slowcoaches “Found Out”

The sound of Slowcoaches’ “Found Out” owes as much to the first wave of punk and hardcore as it does 90’s garage rock and riotgrrl. It’s clear and concise and will rip your head off if you’re not careful. “Found

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IV League “Superstar”

IV League’s “Superstar” is one of those tracks that comes out of nowhere and hooks you within the first 5 seconds. Because everyone knows Mint is shit. Alright that has nothing to do with how good the song is, but

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Laura Carbone “Tangerine Tree”

Softer fare than what we normally cover, but Laura Carbone’s “Tangerine Tree” is a compelling and well rendered and hypnotic first offering from Laura’s new album Empty Tree. Sometimes a track is just so good that I have to bend

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Numb.er “Numerical Depression”

Numb.er’s new track “Numerical Depression” takes everything that you love about post-punk and distills it into an infectious 100mph drive through it’s staccato vocal delivery, relentless drumming, rubbery bass and early Cure style guitar playing. The song is the musical

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CO SUNN “why”

The frentic energy that comes off of CO SUNN’s “Why” in waves is nearly enough to make you fall in love with the band. Hailing from Vänersborg, Sweden. With fuzzed out vocals and a tightness to their playing you don’t

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Moonfuzz

LA’s Moon Fuzz has dropped quite a few great songs on their SoundCloud the last several years, including “Stupid Cupid” and “Can’t Complain”. While it’s hard to pigeonhole Moponfuzz’s sound into something short and pithy, it’s equal parts aggressive and

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