Tag: garage-punk

Parquet Courts – ‘Wide Awake!’ (album review)

Parquet Courts – ‘Wide Awake!’ (album review)

Whether through their five records or front man Andrew Savage’s foray as a solo artist, Parquet Courts have covered pretty much every ground within the indie-rock spectrum. Their sixth album, Wide Awake!, however, sees the Brooklyn quartet wade through new territory thanks to the deft guidance of Brian Burton – a.k.a. Danger Mouse. There is still plenty of garage-rock and […]

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The Matinee ’18 May 21st

The Matinee ’18 May 21st

The Matinee ’18 May 21st includes an eclectic mix today to begin your week. We have hazy dream pop, pop punk, singer-songwriter fare as well as great indie rock. Artists are representing Germany, The US, The UK today. We hope you find your new favorite artist, band or song today. bdrmm – “the way i want” (Hull, England)  RIYL: […]

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Acid Dad – ‘Acid Dad’ (album review)

Acid Dad – ‘Acid Dad’ (album review)

Through their first three years as Acid Dad, JP Basileo (bass), Sean Fahey (guitar/vocals), Vaughn Hunt (guitar/vocals), and Kevin Walker (drums) established themselves as one of New York City’s most exciting garage-punk outfits. Even without a full-length, they performed at the popular Northside Festival within a year of their formation, and they’ve drawn comparisons to Wavves, Fidlar, Twin Peaks, and […]

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The Matinee November 23rd

The Matinee November 23rd

Happy Thanksgiving to those in the US and abroad who may be celebrating the holiday. While you feast on turkey, stuffing, sweet potatoes, and pumpkin pie, take some time to enjoy our musical platter. The Matinee November 23rd offers a mix bag of nine songs from around the globe. Let this be your starter, main course, and dessert when it […]

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Arrows Of Love – ‘Product’ (album review)

Arrows Of Love – ‘Product’ (album review)

“This world is very cynical There will be no happy endings here At least for some men” This quote isn’t from Bernie Sanders, Barack Obama, or Jeremy Corbyn. It’s not from noted philosophers Marshall McLuhan, Noam Chomsky, or Michel Foucault. Those three lines are from “Come With Me”, the creepy centerpiece of Arrows Of Love‘s new album that succinctly encapsulates what […]

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Melodic Tonic, vol. 18

Melodic Tonic, vol. 18

Welcome to a belated dose of new music cocktails, brought to you one day later than normal because sometimes Monday can be as disagreeable as a growling dog. On this week’s Melodic Tonic, we’re treating your ears to some international tunes that will soothe even the most savage beast. We’re starting with two young, talented musicians from opposite sides of the […]

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Nai Harvest – “Hairball”

Nai Harvest – “Hairball”

Not many bands would put the title track of their new album as the last track, but then again Nai Harvest isn’t an ordinary band. Whereas most young people in their early twenties would be studying for exams and writing essays or employed somewhere, the young duo from Sheffield, UK traversed the globe for nearly two years, playing in all sorts […]

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