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Interview | The Velveteins

By Kieran Webber

The Canadian band hailing out of Edmonton are a true delight, their whimsical guitar pop is something to be adored and is ever so satisfying. 384 more words


Don't Miss: Allah-Las @ 9:30 Club, 3/27/17

Allah-Las (Photo by Laura-Lynn Petrick)

Allah-Las will take you to sunny California at the drop of a record needle. The garage rockers famously formed a band when three of its four members were working at Amoeba Music, and their articulate surf-influenced music certainly sounds like it was made by musicians who absorbed as much of their surroundings as possible. 206 more words

Music Park

Salt Petal - Telephone

Los Angeles-based collective Salt Petal is invigorating audiences and critics alike with a tropical surf-dance sound in a category all its own. A cross-border combination of Argentinian folk, Brazilian tropicalia, cumbia and up tempo surf rock blurs ethnic and musical boundaries, bringing to mind Blondie, Os Mutantes, Gal Costa, and 60′s rock and roll. 496 more words


Prove di Copertina

Mentre vanno avanti i lavori per l’emozionante Tenere Fuori Dalla Portata Dei Bambini (l’attesissimo disco di Parafulmini), nell’attesa che tutte le tracce sonore vengano registrate e mescolate come si deve, si pensa anche alla copertina. 29 more words


Album Review: Surf Curse - Nothing Yet

If there was an anthem for millennials, this would be a front runner. With driving tracks clocking in at no longer than 3 minutes and track titles like “Doom Generation” and “All is Lost,” … 349 more words

Indie Rock

Hockey Dad Interview - The Observer Building

Situated on a graffitied stairwell above The Observer Building,  aptly described as “skitz-grunge” by drummer Billy Fleming, the Australian surf-rock duo Hockey Dad sit fresh off stage from their spirited gig in Hastings. 1,112 more words