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Soundcheck Sessions: Clean microphone

Sometimes you’re more excited about seeing the support band than the band at the top of the bill.

I might have been in the minority; the May 2010 show at the Brixton Academy in south London was one of a string of shows by the reformed Pavement, the US indie rock godfathers who had been dormant for more than a decade. 553 more words

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"Cosmic Radio Station" by the Shifting Sands out now...

“Cosmic Radio Station”, the 2nd album by The Shifting Sands is now out worldwide. This psychedelic transmission to inner & outer space is an album dripping sundazed melody through a shifting haze of fuzzy, chiming guitars, shimmering strings, and vocal harmonies. 222 more words


If You Build It They Will Come

You might remember San Francisco band Pow!‘s album Hi-Tech Boom from two years ago. It was a punk filled diatribe against zombie tech workers taking over their city.   349 more words


"The 9th" by Sam Hunt with David Kilgour & The Heavy Eights

For the 9th day of May – NZ Music Month – I can’t let the opportunity to recommend “The 9th” by Sam Hunt with David Kilgour And The Heavy Eights… 540 more words


Jangly Good Times with Twerps at the Sunset

I remember seeing the Lucksmiths eight or nine years ago at the Sunset in Ballard and getting into a conversation with someone at the show about how strange it was for a band to travel half way around the world just to play this tiny bygone place in Ballard where the bar was right in front of the stage. 459 more words


Crepes - 'Cold Summers'

  Crepes’ Flying Nun Records-indebted track ‘Cold Summers’ is charming enough for all it’s lo-fi surf and indie pop character, but it’s the lyrical content that I find the most warming on this track. 53 more words



So you’re perusing the internet and you come across something about a band that is made up of members of Total Control, UV Race… 309 more words