Honduras releases Break EP today.

November 11, 2014

Check out a couple of videos of Brooklyn punk outfit, Honduras. The Break EP is their third. I’ve heard two tracks and dig what I am hearing. Here’s some backstory on the band – The story of Honduras isn’t necessarily a new one, but if the internet age has taught us anything, new isn’t always [...]

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The Amazing announces Picture You 2/17/15

November 10, 2014

Partisan Records trot out great albums like Real Housewives trot out insecure publicity whores. Next up on the assembly line is The Amazing, straight out of Sweden. They are comprised of members of Granada and Dungen. Partisan’s PR Guru pitched them as a hybrid of Red House Painters & Tame Impala. Kind of sounds like [...]

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The Districts announce A Flourish and A Spoil (2/10/15)

November 5, 2014

I’ve been digging The Districts for over a year now. I caught a great set at The San Jose last SXSW and am already gearing up for another crack at them this year. The LP will be out next February via the fine folks at Fat Possum Records. The first track is titled 4th And [...]

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Blammo, Father John Misty announces I Love You, Honeybear 2/9/15

November 4, 2014

Its fitting that on Election Eve, Father John Misty performed the lead track, Bored In The USA, off his upcoming Sub Pop effort. I’m also real bored these last weeks; mostly with all the morons and their political ads. And then the talking heads, talking about the aforementioned morons which leads them to screaming at [...]

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Greylag – s/t debut [album review]

November 3, 2014

Greylag are a folk band that sounds like they were a metal band at one time. In my twisted world, Greylag were a rocking metal band from Portland that were coerced into doing an unplugged show for some local Wilamette charity. Upon the completion, they decided to give this folk thing a go full time. [...]

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Ryan Bingham annouces Fear And Saturday Night – 1/15/15

October 28, 2014

Ryan Bingham is back with a new album. Fear and Saturday Night will be out on January 15th via Axster Bingham Records distributed by Thirty Tigers. Facing down his past, including the deaths of his mother to alcohol and his father to suicide, resulted in the triumphant ‘Fear and Saturday Night. The 12 original songs [...]

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T. Hardy Morris – Painted On Attitude

October 27, 2014

Photo by Scott Sheff T. Hardy Morris is back with this second solo effort. Known more as the lead singer of HearYa faves, Dead Confederate and a cog in the supergroup – Diamond Rugs. For the follow up to last year’s excellent The Audition Tapes, Morris drew upon two former songs in particular. “Share The [...]

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John Moose – Flower [music video]

October 25, 2014

I originally wrote about Swedish band, John Moose, back in July. Due to that and my undying love for Swedish footballer, Freddie Ljungberg, they asked me to premier their new video over in the US. The track is called Flower. It is the second single from their upcoming album. The song is produced by John [...]

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Elliott BROOD – Nothing Left [live video]

October 23, 2014

In case my glowing review of Elliott BROOD’s new album, Work and Love, didn’t do it for you. Check out this live video of Nothing Left. It was filmed at Riverfest Elora this past August. They are going to be hitting the road for a lengthy tour. They are not to be missed live. In [...]

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O’Death – Out Of Hands We Go [album review]

October 22, 2014

One day I was running car pools and I had O’Death playing in the car. A few minutes into the ride, one of the kids asked who I was listening to? Upon hearing my response and listening to a few tracks, I was asked, “why do I listen to this music? It seems real sad.” [...]

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