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The barrelling post-punk charm of Spray Paint give us today’s #onegoodthing in the shape of I Need A Bag.

Hailing from Austin, Texas, they are the tipping point between noise-rock and post-punk, all angles and churning guitars. 8 more words


Band of the Week: The Flying Luttenbachers

Normally, to write about a band as batshit at The Flying Luttenbachers, I’d be drunk by now. Instead, I’m sitting here sipping Glenlivet single malt like a total boss. 741 more words


Album Review: J Mascis - Tied to a Star

An especially cynical assessment of the second formal solo LP by J Mascis could point to some flimsy, confirmation-biased assumption like: “You can hold a spot on the ‘90s indie rock hierarchy or you can embark on a solo endeavor separate from your defining band that stands a chance at true differentiation — but not both.” That kind of monolithic thinking is never totally fair, but we’ve had no shortage of Robert Pollard or Jicks albums to offer support from time to time.  365 more words

Album Reviews

ArcTanGent 2014 - Top Picks

Tomorrow I will be heading to ArcTanGent.

ArcTanGent is a 3-day math-/post-/noise-rock festival taking place on Fernhill Farm in Bristol, now in its second year. As a math-/post-/noise-rock fan living in Bristol, I had no excuse not to attend. 540 more words


Cymbals Eat Guitars - "LOSE" - ALBUM REVIEW

Cymbals Eat Guitars “LOSE”

Cymbals Eat Guitars doesn’t really settle for one specific sound. Their music covers nearly all areas of the expansive indie rock landscape. 421 more words


Listen | Girl Band stream B-side to 'De Bom Bom'

Dublin noise-rock act Girl Band are currently streaming the b-side to their upcoming single release ‘De Bom Bom’.

The track is a cover of American indie-pop act Beat Happening’s ‘I Love You’ taken from their 1985 self-titled debut album. 130 more words


Live Review:: Super Love Giant// Molasses// Break ups// Screen Wives// @ Corner House 17th August

Having never before seen so many people packed into the Cornerhouse, a venue which by turn can be described as Cambridge’s most dingy, or most quaint, we thoroughly enjoyed the vibe these four acts brought to our Sunday night. 880 more words