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Continuing to mine from a surf-influenced sound, Spanish four-piece Deers are back on these pages with Castigadas en el Granero.

Harking back to Best Coast without the early lo-fi fuzz, it’s a jangly, catchy track that has a subtly catchy riff running throughout. 22 more words


Best Coast live in Sydney | The AU Review

A strew of lo-fi-loving hipsters filled The Metro theatre last week as Californian surf-rock group, Best Coast, took the stage for their headlining Falls and Southbound sideshow. 437 more words



Aside from Paolo Wanchope and apparently not having an army, there’s not much I know about Costa Rica, but I can now add San José three-piece  86 more words


Shivery Shakes share new song "Swimming" — listen

Texas indie pop outfit Shivery Shakes formed over a shared affection for escapism. Blending members from Austin bands The Bubbles and International Waters, their surrealist jangle rock have earned them opening spots for the likes of Surfer Blood and The Soft Pack.  251 more words

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Variety: 'Pulp Fiction' at 20: Why It's the Coolest Film of the '90s

Introduction: Like a shot of adrenaline to the heart, “Pulp Fiction” changed the movie landscape when it opened on Oct. 14, 1994. Quentin Tarantino’s ode to crime and pop-culture was a bold new cinematic vision in a decade that badly needed one. 67 more words


Rock 'n' Roll and Other Museum Pieces

The Sedgwick County Historical Museum was rockin’ and rollin’ on Tuesday night, which somehow seemed sadly appropriate.

Headlining a fundraiser for the elegant but cash-strapped museum was Los Straitjackets, a crack surf rock quartet clad in matching black suits and skinny black ties with Mexican wrestling masks, and Deke Dickerson, a famously ferocious rockabilly guitarist wearing a brand new cowboy hat acquired just down the street at Hatman Jack’s Wichita Hat Works, and it made for quite a commotion. 707 more words