Grey Gordon is a passionate dude when it comes to music. Not just punk music or indie music or metal music or hip hop. He’s passionate about all of it. He’s also the kind of artist that isn’t afraid to wear his influences on his sleeve. He sponged up plenty of influences and inspirations in […]Read More Kill Surf City : Ever Notice How Everything’s Stupid?
John Carpenter, Cody Carpenter, and Daniel Davies have unleashed the first piece from their soundtrack to David Gordon Green’s Halloween and it’s an eerie reminder of what made Carpenter’s original so chilling, seductive, and the iconic piece it has become. The track, aptly titled “The Shape Returns”, sounds like a microcosm of all the various […]Read More “The Shape Returns”
Jack Tatum has a way with songwriting. He’s proven that since the beginning. Since way back in 2010 when Tatum was recording these dreamy, hazy pop songs in his bedroom that ended up being Wild Nothing’s debut Gemini. On that album the lo-fi aspect of the recordings added a touch of mystery to the proceedings, […]Read More Wild Nothing : Indigo
Grivo seem to be channeling something quite dark and alluring on their new single “Burnout”. Grivo, which consists of brothers Timothy and Matthew Heck, as well as Ricardo Tejeda, had its beginnings in the Midwest as the brothers Heck came from Michigan before settling in Austin back in 2015. Michigan is a state that possesses […]Read More Grivo Goes Dark On Dreamy “Burnout”
I was heading into my sophomore year of high school when I discovered the Canadian power trio Rush. It was a pretty natural progression into Geddy, Alex, and Neil’s thoughtful, intellectual, and technical brand of progressive rock. I had been playing guitar for a little over three years and was winding down on that whole […]Read More Red Chevy Nova
There’s truly some magic coming from Denmark. There’s this sort of otherworldly power the emanates from the ground and spacial shores that outline the Baltic Sea, Kattegat, Skagerrat, and The Lakes, Copenhagen. Proof of this? Look no further than El Paraiso Records. In part one of this record label series I discussed El Paraiso and […]Read More Bliss Out : On The Record Part Three With Azure Vista Records and Label Runner Jonas Munk
I was pretty excited when I heard Kurt Vile’s first single “Loading Zones”, off his forthcoming new album titled Bottle It In(via Matador Records on October 12th.) It felt like a return to that magic that grabbed me and wouldn’t let go on albums like Smoke Ring For My Halo and Wakin On A Pretty […]Read More Dive Into Kurt Vile’s “Bassackwards”