No Baby-“Breach”

A little under a year ago I did an interview with Ruby Dunphy about her band Thunderpussy. She’s since left that band to work on other projects, one of which is No Baby. The Seattle-based trio just got together earlier this year and “Breach” is their first single. From the stomping guitar riff that opens the song, a bit of a throwback to early 00’s … Continue reading No Baby-“Breach”

Video Premiere: “You And Your Shadow” by Kate Schell

Earlier this year Kate Schell put out a great record called Past Present Future, her first release since her former band, Paper Thick Walls, parted ways. It’s made its way in and out of my personal Top 25 albums of 2019 over the months, but it is currently in and definitely worth your time. I’m honored to be premiering the video for “You And Your … Continue reading Video Premiere: “You And Your Shadow” by Kate Schell

SuperKnova-American Queers

Last night I had the opportunity to see SuperKnova play some songs off her new album American Queers. I’ve been listening to it for a few days, with it’s official release yesterday before the show started. It’s a unique album, combining pop/rock/electronic music in a way that hasn’t previously been done this well. Ellie Kim, the lone singer/songwriter/instrumentalist on the album, has a knack for … Continue reading SuperKnova-American Queers

The Great American Novel Returns With “Perpetual Emotion Machine”

It’s been over five years since we last heard new music from The Great American Novel. Since 2014 the main force behind the band, Layne Montgomery, has been working with other bands like The Romantic Comedy and Layne Montgomery Paper Company. He also composed the theme song to the podcast “Blank Check with Griffin and David.” So he’s been busy, but it was time to … Continue reading The Great American Novel Returns With “Perpetual Emotion Machine”

Slothrust & Sons Of An Illustrious Father Share Split 7”

I’ve been a big fan of both of these bands for a long time. Its been 8 years since I started spreading the Sons gospel and 5 since I instantly fell for the grungy alt-rock of Slothrust. Both bands have continuously landed songs and albums in my year-end lists and played amazing shows here. A couple years ago they toured together starting with Slothrust’s show … Continue reading Slothrust & Sons Of An Illustrious Father Share Split 7”