POND Mag Hosted A Killer Line Up @ Baby’s All Right with Jakob Bovden , Warbly Jets, Native Sun, and Max Pain & The Groovies

Last night POND Magazine hosted a really amazing night of music at Baby's All Right. I'm fairly new to Brooklyn, so this was my first time at the venue, and I have to say that Baby's is by far my absolute favorite. A lot of people were echoing a similar proclamation in the front, sardined … Continue reading POND Mag Hosted A Killer Line Up @ Baby’s All Right with Jakob Bovden , Warbly Jets, Native Sun, and Max Pain & The Groovies

Billboard Debuts Heaters’ Newest Single, Thanksgiving ll

Heaters must have cots, sleeping bags, or some sort of sleeping apparatus set up in a studio somewhere in Michigan, considering that in three years Matterhorn will be the band’s third album released. That’s a lot of studio time and even more dedication. From the anticipated Matterhorn thus far, the quartet shared “Séance” and now, … Continue reading Billboard Debuts Heaters’ Newest Single, Thanksgiving ll

L.A. Witch Releases Hazy Single “Baby in Blue Jeans”

The last city I called home, prior to moving to Brooklyn, was Salt Lake City. While there I learned that a majority of my new friends had a total obsession with Los Angeles band L.A. Witch, so naturally I wanted to see what all the hype was about. L.A. Witch frequented the SLC music scene … Continue reading L.A. Witch Releases Hazy Single “Baby in Blue Jeans”

Today’s Song : Imagining Our New Year’s Eve Kiss Mid-Summer To Billy Changer’s “New Years Dreams”

Tragically submissive and optimally off cuff, Billy Changer has shown a near mastery in their knack for not fitting a specific niche. This time around are Billy Changer changing their tune, without losing any of their quirky charm? Three new singles have dropped from the Lolipop/Burger Records artists, all of which show a potential for … Continue reading Today’s Song : Imagining Our New Year’s Eve Kiss Mid-Summer To Billy Changer’s “New Years Dreams”

INTERVIEW: Future Thieves Connect The Dots Between Expansion & Minimization

When it comes to Future Thieves, one thing is certain: That Elliot Collett – Future Thieves’ frontman – is soft spoken, gracious, and nothing short of a Southern gentleman. Another thing is certain: With their most recent release, new single “Sucker,” Future Thieves are anything but another quaint Nashville-based country band. Future Thieves call Nashville home … Continue reading INTERVIEW: Future Thieves Connect The Dots Between Expansion & Minimization

TODAY’S SONG: TWIN PEAKS REACH NEW HEIGHTS WITH “TOSSING TEARS”

As summer sets in the days become longer, the air becomes warmer, and the breeze becomes sweeter. Summer can often feel like falling in love. Summer, like love, is hypnotizing, but ever fleeting. Twin Peaks’ newest release, “Tossing Tears” (June 2017 via Grand Jury Music) is just as sweet and just as quickly ends as … Continue reading TODAY’S SONG: TWIN PEAKS REACH NEW HEIGHTS WITH “TOSSING TEARS”

Castle Face Records Drop Dream Machine After a Particularly Ugly Interview – Good Riddance

Underground, independent rock and roll has sort of always been assumed to be this space where counter-culture, artists, and liberal humans alike can come together and share their craft. We assume that we aren't going to be subjected to conservative, racist, sexist undertones in the music or interviews because rock and roll isn't country music, … Continue reading Castle Face Records Drop Dream Machine After a Particularly Ugly Interview – Good Riddance

QUIET OAKS : PRETTY ALRIGHT

Utah locals Quiet Oaks have released their first-ever full-length album after a lengthy, highly anticipated wait. Their EP, Put Your Dreams Where They Belong, debuted back in September of 2015. After refining each individual, creative detail, Quiet Oaks decided it was the opportune time to release a full-length a year and half later. The local … Continue reading QUIET OAKS : PRETTY ALRIGHT

Brain Bagz: Reviving Rockabilly in SLC

Salt Lake City isn't best known for it's music and arts scene. The truth is, people recognize Salt Lake for the massive mormon temple billowing over the bleak, small downtown; not so much for it's bubbling underground sub-culture. There is no denying that Utah is heavily governed by strict, religiously driven legislation and conservative, overbearing … Continue reading Brain Bagz: Reviving Rockabilly in SLC

THE BLACK ANGELS – DEATH SONG

“The Black Angel’s Death Song” was released by The Velvet Underground in 1967. The cryptic song teeters on the edge of hysteria with the piercing screeches of John Cale‘s electric viola throughout the track. Austin psych rock band The Black Angels are releasing their first full-length album in four years, aptly titled Death Song. The … Continue reading THE BLACK ANGELS – DEATH SONG