Quietly captivating, subtlety gripping, delicately engrossing–there are countless combinations of adverbs and adjectives that can be used to describe the sound of Sea Knight. The band’s debut EP Where Are […]
After building up anticipation, Echo and Maw will be finally releasing their first full-length album, Evergreen, on March 15th.
The album is filled with uplifting melodies, nurtured with an addictive sense of […]
Garage pop-punk band The Sweethearts just released a new self-titled EP that is sure to shake some ground.
The album is electrifying, raw, and thoroughly beguiling. Their opening song, “You Don’t Call” […]
SXSW is just around the corner, and like always, the festival will be packed with free day parties, featuring lots of bands and lots of beer. Unlike the SXSW […]
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Not to brag or anything (OK, totally to brag), but we throw one hell of a party. To welcome in the weekend of 2014’s Noise Pop, […]
Healers is an East Bay-based trio led by Oakland-via-Olympia, Washington artist and musician Nick Wortham (above). The band’s angular, art-rock feel immediately calls to mind the sound of old […]
City of Women is a band that will remind you how cool guitar solos really are. Guitar solos, remember those? You may hear the ghosts of that eroding rock […]
Now in its third year, Burgerama has become a staple of Orange County label Burger Records. Thanks to the addition of Burger Boogaloo in Oakland as of last year, […]
Noise Pop 2014 is upon us! As per usual, there are many excellent shows to choose from during the annual Noise Pop festival; some are already sold out, and […]
As per usual, there are many ways to enjoy the annual Noise Pop festival: buy a badge and explore everything the festival has to offer, buy tickets to individual […]
Following two EPs released since 2009, Your Cannons just recently released their much anticipated debut full length, Lost In Here.
The post-punk/shoegaze quintet bring those genres into new territory with their newest […]