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

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

Nashville Garage Rock Trio Releases New Single, ‘In Your Head,’ As A Big Fuck You To All Exes

Daddy Issues' band name alone says exactly what it needs to. Jenna Mitchell, Jenna Moynihan, and Emily Maxwell are the masterminds behind the satirical title, playing off ridiculous stereotypes about women. The musings of twenty-something year old girls are written simply in the group's grunge driven songs. Daddy Issues' newest single, 'In Your Head,' is … Continue reading Nashville Garage Rock Trio Releases New Single, ‘In Your Head,’ As A Big Fuck You To All Exes

The Black Angels Release New Single “Currency” In Response To U.S.’s Politically Tumultuous Time

It has been four years since Austin's The Black Angels have released a full length record. Highly anticipated LP, Death Song, will be out April 21, but first, the psych group tease us with their latest single off of the album, “Currency.” In 2006 The Black Angels introduced us to what would mold the Austin … Continue reading The Black Angels Release New Single “Currency” In Response To U.S.’s Politically Tumultuous Time

Methyl Ethel Releases Two New Singles – Teaser to New Album ‘Everything Is Forgotten’

Perth, Australia's Methyl Ethel have released two new singles, “Ubu” and “No. 28.” Following their critically acclaimed debut LP Oh Inhuman Spectacle. Both singles are off of their follow up album Everything Is Forgotten which will be released on March 3, 2017 on 4AD. Methyl Ethel is the sleepy genius of Jake Webb. Webb began … Continue reading Methyl Ethel Releases Two New Singles – Teaser to New Album ‘Everything Is Forgotten’

APOCALIPSTICK & CHERRY GLAZERR’S ARRIVAL TO SLC

On a scorching mid-October Saturday in the desert of Joshua Tree, California, Cherry Glazerr performed outdoors at a dusty, sun-stricken music festival. Clementine Creevy, Cherry Glazerr’s frontwoman, writhed onstage, expressing her raw presence as a lead singer and guitarist. Her energy seeped through her pores as she bounced confidently on stage howling the lyrics to … Continue reading APOCALIPSTICK & CHERRY GLAZERR’S ARRIVAL TO SLC

SUPER 78 – Unknown Paintings of Space

Super 78’s debut release, Unknown Paintings of Space, exemplifies how passion can manifest in an ever-growing music community. The group calls Salt Lake City home and are embedded in the local music scene beyond solely playing shows. Super 78’s singer, synth and guitar player, Cesar Reyes, is well-known not only for playing dreamy psych rock, … Continue reading SUPER 78 – Unknown Paintings of Space

MAX PAIN AND THE GROOVIES : Ancient Grease

Salt Lake City’s Max Pain and the Groovies are the embodiment of the local music scene. They are a constant presence at local venues, always throwing back beers and jamming front row for fellow artists. They have made a name for themselves in the city with their perpetual hard work and by forever being the … Continue reading MAX PAIN AND THE GROOVIES : Ancient Grease

MAX PAIN AND THE GROOVIES : The Grease Moving East

Max Pain and the Groovies have used Salt Lake City as a platform to catapult themselves into a realm of success that they had never envisioned for the band. The band met through skateboarding back in junior high and have been friends ever since. They bonded over their love of pushing wood, drinking cheap beer … Continue reading MAX PAIN AND THE GROOVIES : The Grease Moving East