Rolling Stone Magazine gives a fitting obituary on behalf of Neil Peart, of rock’s most innovative drummers here. Words fail at this point from my end, as I’m grieving the loss of two friends at this point. Losing an icon only adds to what is turning out to be a very rough beginning to 2020. […]
I don’t know why, but I’ve been thinking a lot about that whole Grunge era in the 90s lately. I think the whole Grunge thing was the last musical movement that I actually got caught up in. On my first date with the Rock Chick, back in my […] via How The Biggest Bands In […]
I won’t deny that we’re a little taken with this nugget, a debut full length from Bristol bssed singer / songwriter Erica Freas entitled ‘young’. Available as a self-funded limited vinyl pressing sometime March where it’ll be lovingly coloured in a choice of blue or beer, blue being our chosen option, ‘red is’ has for […] […]
Red Baraat bring their raucous stage show, one of the most energetic things I’ve ever enjoyed, to NPR’s Tiny Desk Concert series. It’s a miracle the place didn’t explode!
I’ve reviewed releases with short track times before, but when a release, in total, clocks in at about two minutes and twenty seconds, it had better be a commendable release if I am to review it. It was. Dolores Mondo Stash, a band out of Romania, keep the spirit of No wave alive with these […]
2019 was a year full of ups and downs for me personally, yet the blog managed to continue doing its job giving readers a gentle push to try something new and different to listen to. Working out of China is always a challenge mainly due to Internet restrictions, but we managed to post semi-regularly. I […]
This is the last release of 2019 for Kalamine Records, a label out of Bordeaux, France, who have a deep catalog of bands deeply made in the post-punk and electro-Industrial mold. Nass Zuruck release a very short album, but this is good. The grooves are tight, meaty, and it left me with a tinge of […]