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Sinewy and cold, Stripmall Architecture’s newest release, Suburban Reverb, is simultaneously an organic and technological experience. 9 tracks of breathy vocals and airy synths combine to both lift the music and keep it at a distance.
Pierce The Veil has teamed up with Billboard.com to offer fans an exclusive “behind-the-scenes” look at their recent video shoot for their red-hot single “Bulls In The Bronx.” With ¾ of a million views in only a week, the band is once again on pace for viral gold with their latest video.
While there’s no question the band has a place in hardcore history, Suicidal Tendencies has never achieved the level of reverence and respect afforded to contemporaries like, say, Bad Brains.
This is odd because the bands share more than a few similarities. Both of them rose to prominence around the same time with ethnically diverse lineups in a predominately white scene and both garnered their fair (and, often, unfair) share of controversy, especially in their early years.
Night Moves Perform My Old Kentucky Blog Session || Announce Summer Headline Tour And Father John Misty Support Dates
Night Moves is John Pelant (guitars/vocals), Micky Alfano (bass) and Mark Ritsema (multi-instrumentalist) and will be joined by drummer Jared Isabella for the tour, who also joined them on recent tours with Lord Huron, Django Django and Polica. The band has been named “Best New Band” by Minneapolis City Pages and received praise from the likes of NPR Music, SPIN, Bullett, Magnet,Minneapolis Star Tribune and more. They’ve also been getting steady airplay on public radio’s most esteemed stations including KCRW (Los Angeles),KEXP (Seattle), The Current (Minneapolis) andWXPN (Philadelphia).
Funky and weird, glitchy and smooth, Royal Canoe’s newest release, the full-length Today We’re Believers, is a strange amalgam of sounds, rhythms, and genres. The band, out of Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, succeeds on its own terms, using every influence and interest they have to put together this restless and fun collection of songs.
Sounding like a lifeboat sent out from early ’90s space-rock, Tripwires’ debut album, Spacehopper, is a fantastic beginning to their career. Atmospheric and emotional, the songs float along a wave of psychedelia and electronics, getting into your subconscious and pushing you on a journey into the center of their sound.
Currently held-up in their band-compound/recording studio in Los Angeles, IWABO are pushing themselves musically like never before. While known for their schizophrenic sound and unconventional song structure, IWABO is approaching their next record with a new focus and a determination to deliver an album that will surprise fans and entirely re-define who they are as a band.