It had been a few years since I heard from my favorite Melbourne punks The Summervilles, so I was happy to receive an email last week letting me know they just released a new album. The last thing I listened to by them was Twelve Ways Yo Fuck Up Before Breakfast way back in the fall of 2013. They took their time with the new … Continue reading The Summervilles-All Is Lost
Vamos will be releasing their sophomore album 1 2 3 later this week with a show at Empty Bottle. The band has been waiting to release the record for a few months, so I’m sure they can’t wait to finally unleash this blistering set of tracks recorded at Ottoman Empire with Dan Rico last year. It’s a brash, aggressive album keeping in tone with their … Continue reading Vamos-1 2 3
Priests probably could’ve played a later set on Friday, but the 1:45 start time meant that those that were there could stand comfortably without being packed in like sardines. Lead singer Katie Alice Greer showed two sides of herself on stage, punk-ish and brash lead singer and the sweet person who wants to constantly make sure the fans in the audience are doing well and … Continue reading Priests at Pitchfork Music Festival
NE-HI is great. There isn’t much else I need to say about them than that. I saw them play a couple years ago and they were so fun I never wanted their set to end. They have a new album coming out in about a week called Offers that has already been getting good reviews and if the whole thing is like “Stay Young” than … Continue reading NE-HI: Stay Young (Video)
It didn’t take long for 2017 to deliver a great record, and thinking of what’s happening at the end of this week it couldn’t have come at a better time. The LA-based The Regrettes have culled 15 songs that feel universally relevant. If you’re old like me, or young like the band, the themes of Feel Your Feelings Fool! should be something to which you … Continue reading The Regrettes-Feel Your Feelings Fool!