“Fear not, the garage-rock duo behind this forthright 10th Avenue scuzz-out and its jerky one-chord verses really don’t seem like the fedora type. If they’re really nice guys, you’d never know from these lean and dirty hooks, and good.”
“The current Seattle music scene is the best that it has ever been - it’s flooded with a lot of cool women playing in amazing bands,” the trio tells i-D. Their new album Women’s Rights, set to release in early October, will be filled with feminist songs and killer lyrics about being a modern woman.”
…and so are we! Hear what they had to say and listen to “Heavenly Waters” HERE
“Almost exactly one year ago, Death Cab for Cutie’s founding guitarist and producer Chris Walla announced that Kintsugi (Death Cab’s eighth LP) would be his last with the band. The Washington-born musician, producer, and composer admitted that following his 17-year tenure he would continue making music, but remained enigmatic about how and with whom—until now, that is.” –read the rest, including Walla’s interview with Tegan and Sara’s Sara Quin, and hear “Kanta’s Theme” HERE.
PWR BTTM take things cross-country on “West Texas” — the latest track from their upcoming debut album, Ugly Cherries — and end up in the same place. Ben Hopkins and Liv Bruce trade off on vocal duties between verses, both taking different journeys but going nowhere — one’s watching someone run away, the other’s taking a mental vacation, and neither gets much closure.
When the weight of the world is bearing down on your shoulders like an iron gilet, sometimes the best thing to do is to buy a multipack of crisps, climb into bed, and immerse yourself in someone else’s problems via the great modern phenomenon that is Keeping Up With the Kardashians. SPORTS have articulated this pretty accurately on their new track “Reality TV”.
….and so are we! BSP is releasing “Sea Of Brass” on October 30, 2015 via their Golden Chariot label. Read all about it HERE.