My first exposure to Buzzcocks – the English punk band that rose to prominence in the late-’70s before disbanding in 1981, only to reunite eight years later – was […]
(Photo by David Wasjfelner / Edited by Floyd Hill)
We’ve been big fans of Nate Mercereau’s project A Million Billion Dying Suns since he first shared his self-made kaleidoscope-inspired videos […]
The Mantles have a new 7″ out on December 2 via Slumberland Records, entitled Memory. The title track from the 7″ debuted yesterday in video form via Impose.
This new […]
“You wanna know who and what I am?” asks a heavily-made up woman with a vacant stare in her blurred, VHS-quality eyes. “I’m a killer.”
Fair enough. You’ve chosen homicide […]
So let’s be honest – it’s not really a big surprise that 8th Grader decided to put his own spin on one of Drake’s smoothest tunes. That said, the […]
Photo by Isabel Asha Penzlien
Fresh off the release of their third album, Copenhagen’s Iceage will return to Elbo Room this Halloween night for a rare, up close and personal […]
There is a sort of judgmental satisfaction when a band’s name matches their looks. I’m guilty of practicing this. The Horrors are an indie rock band from the UK that weaves synth-laden […]
If you’ve seen Mac DeMarco play live recently, you’ve probably already caught a feel of Walter TV too. The band, after all, is comprised of DeMarco’s touring band: Pierce […]
Shannon & the Clams recently made their television debut on Last Call with Carson Daly!
Shannon & the Clams – “Into a Dream” (live on Last Call with Carson Daly)
Perfume Genius was just as charming during our phone interview as I had hoped. The solo project of Seattle-native Mike Hadreas, Perfume Genius is having a moment. The release […]
Held in the most underrated neighborhood in San Francisco, at the cross streets of Noriega and 46th, the first annual Ocean Beach Music and Arts Festival is going down […]