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Album Review: Quiet Hollers by Quiet Hollers

Album Review: Quiet Hollers by Quiet Hollers Produced by: Kevin Ratterman Independently Released Available: October 23, 2015 www.QuietHollers.com Roam the rural Kentuckiana area countryside for long enough, and you’ll eventually stumble upon what us locals call a “Quiet Holler.” It’s a quiet, countryside landscape – a sunken wooded valley of sorts – nestled throughout the […]Read More »

Catching up with Ty Segall's Fuzz Live in Boston

Fuzz with Walter and Zip Tie Handcuffs The Sinclair – Cambridge, MA 11.16.2015 “A night of high volume three-piece bands at the Sinclair.” Sounding reminiscent of Black Sabbath  – even looking the part with Ty Segall wearing Ozzy Osbourne style eye liner – Fuzz brought traditional heavy metal to Harvard Square in support of their […]Read More »

First Listen: Stream New Stutter Steps Album in Its Entirety

Performer is pumped to premiere the new album by Stutter Steps. The project, courtesy of Pittsburgh’s Ben Harrison, can be streamed in its entirety below. Enjoy, and let us know what you think in the comments! ABOUT STUTTER STEPS Everything around us is chaos & panic & impending disaster, but Ben Harrison is keeping it cool. […]Read More »

The Lonely Wild - "Chasing White Light" Album Review

The Lonely Wild Chasing White Light Los Angeles, CA (EOne Music/Fast Plastic) The Lonely Wild’s follow-up to The Sun As It Comes is a modern-day Requiem, pulling from Andrew Carroll’s experience with the death of his wife’s grandmother last year. This time of reflection brought up remembrances of a childhood friend who died after growing […]Read More »

Moa Holmsten - "Bruised Arms & Broken Rhythm" Album Review

Moa Holmsten Bruised Arms & Broken Rhythm Stockholm, Sweden (Fill In The Blank Records) Take a man-on-the-street approach, and you will be hard-pressed to find someone who doesn’t have at least one Springsteen song that they couldn’t live without. The Boss has developed a career on a certain passion, a carefully crafted vulnerability and a […]Read More »

NATHAN GRAY: How Satanic Philosophies Influenced a Neo-Folk Masterwork

If you’re a fan of neofolk, death rock, industrial, dark ambient and hardcore punk music, then the new solo EP from BOYSETSFIRE and I AM HERESY front man Nathan Gray is a must have for your collection.  This dark masterpiece can be described as a unique journey into symbolic enlightenment with its entrancing sounds and […]Read More »

First Listen: Exclusive stream of new track "Give It Up" by Animal Years

Performer is thrilled to present the exclusive first listen for the new track “Give it Up” by one of our fave guitar-based bands from Brooklyn, Animal Years. The track comes fresh of the group’s upcoming EP (due out early 2016), and you can catch them live tomorrow night at Rough Trade in NYC for a big single release […]Read More »

The Weeknd Proves There's a Method to 'The Madness' in Worcester

The musical evolution of The Weeknd seems ironically organic. His tepid strokes into graphic sexual escapades–littered with ostensible alcohol and drug use–have inevitably become his audible trademark. The Weeknd (born Abel Tesfaye) still hasn’t managed to outgrow his lyrical deviancy, though–he just figured out a better way to sing it. And this past Thursday at […]Read More »

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