Tags » Surf Rock

5 Bands I've been Obsessing Over

I am a music addict. I’m constantly on the lookout for new bands of all kinds to listen to. Whether I ask friends, stumble upon them on YouTube or listen to them live for the first time at a festival, once I get hooked there is pretty much no stopping. 694 more words

Apache Sun

The Growlers

Self-proclaimed Beach Goths,  The Growlers, released their latest album- Chinese Fountain. I saw them a couple weeks ago at 7th Entry in Minneapolis. When listening to The Growlers you are riding salty waves with the Adams Family sharing your love stories with margaritas in both hands. 99 more words

Beach Goth

FREE SAMPLES: Saturday @ Will's Pub, Girls on the Beach, The Lovers Key, The Young Psychedelics, & The Suit Swingers

Go ahead, have a taste. It’s free to sample, but if you want the real thing, you’re going to have to shell out a few bucks, and believe me, it will definitely be worth it. 181 more words


Weird Vinyl

Weird vinyl records classified under WTF?

I travel a lot these days (for work), typically a couple of days at a time. I’ve made it a point to check out the local vinyl record stores when I can. 228 more words



The straight-up psych-rock of Australia’s The Laughing Leaves and their track Too Much is today’s #onegoodthing.

They’re certainly not ones for brevity on the EP this comes from, with some serious wig-outs on show throughout, but the tautness of their heavily 60s-influenced sound, with a dash of surf-rock, is best sampled by listening to this track.


Song of the Day: The Buttertones - Bad Girl

Awesome song by The Buttertones, with a nice laid-back groove that hearkens to the best surf rock/easy rock of the 1960s.  Retro and current and smooth as silk, this band is fantastic.

The Telltale Mind