Tag: garage pop-rock

The Matinee ’18 July 12th

The Matinee ’18 July 12th

We once again whirl around the world and across genres to represent some fine new music. The Matinee ’18 July 12th has the usual nine selections. It’s a very diverse group, featuring indietronica, ’90s Brit-wave, film-noir, post-punk, indie folk, indie rock, guitar-pop, and shoegaze. There’s also a retro vibe to the majority of songs. Champagne Superchillin’ – “Gipsy Ferrari” (Brooklyn, […]

Read more ›
Video Premiere: Bedbugs’ “Bedbugs”

Video Premiere: Bedbugs’ “Bedbugs”

Bedbugs’ Video Premiere Today we’re pleased to help premiere the new video by newcomers Bedbugs. Whereas most bands would have an eponymous named album, the newcomers from Thousand Oaks, California have opted to name their first single after themselves. The video for “Bedbugs” is clearly a DIY project and one that not surprisingly is based on a crush and youthful romance. […]

Read more ›
The Teen Age – “Low Cunning”

The Teen Age – “Low Cunning”

NYC-based The Teen Age have been rocking NYC clubs and dive bars for the better part of three years. Their combination of garage pop-rock and post-punk rock have resulted in a cult following. With a track like “Low Cunning”, their fanbase should only grow. Shimmering guitars and an ’80s vibe, what’s not to like? The single officially comes out April 7 on Old Flame Records. The […]

Read more ›