Don’t worry, death is only the beginning, and from what we know about the forthcoming dystopian Phoenix album, “J-Boy” nails that feeling
Guitar, fuzz, and thundering drums steam forward as electricity gathers building the storm that is “Backlash”, the opening track of Stone Garden by Kikagaku Moyo. It’s a force of metal and electrical nature filled with distorted guitar riffs that pull at the strings of your sanity. With the song, the band not only captures your attention, but also an intensity that demands respect.
Souvenir Driver return with their fourth full length studio album. This collection is a self-titled affair, so it makes sense that it truly owns their sound
“Sister Buckskin” by Alyeska possesses an airy, sparkling, yet combustible quality to it. Just lean back and sip it in
Nujabes brought Japanese hip hop into the mainstream on both sides of the Pacific ocean and helped to establish electronic music as it is today.
US Weekly are a four piece band from Austin, TX, but don’t let that dissuade you. There’s no self-conscious obscurity or hip-by-association bullshittery.
Back in February, Molly Burch debuted her beautiful new album Please Be Mine, and now its title track has received a video.