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

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

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

HOLY WAVE : Freaks of Nurture

http://www.slugmag.com/wp/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/Screen-Shot-2016-02-29-at-10.48.52-AM.png Holy Wave, at their core, are whimsical and dreamy. Their brand of soothing psych rock shines through on their third and newest release, Freaks of Nurture. The melodic full-length album drops just a month and a few weeks before their performance at Levitation, formerly known as Austin Psych Fest. I couldn’t dream of a … Continue reading HOLY WAVE : Freaks of Nurture