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10/30/2014

“‘Good Advice,’ a cut from Orange county goth rockers The Growlers' album Chinese Fountain, has gotten the video treatment. In it, the band performs in a church, and throws in a bit of snake handling to boot.”

Watch it now on Under The Radar.

10/30/2014

"The songs that make up “In Memory of …” are all based on ghost stories Caesar penned in his early 20s as a way of coping with the death of his father. As you might expect, that makes for some pretty emotional subject matter."

Read the rest over at PITTSBURGH IN TUNE!

10/29/2014

Angelo De Augustine stays making gorgeously fragile intimate acoustic ballads on that Elliott Smith tip. “You Open To The Idea” is the latest song he’s shared from debut album Spirals Of Silence, and like “How Past Begins” and “Old Hope” before it, it’s just unimaginably pretty.”

Listen now on Stereogum.

10/29/2014

"The third annual Beach Goth took place at The Observatory in Santa Ana, CA on Saturday, October 24. Photographer Chandler Elena documented some of the performances that took place the entire day across three stages…”

Check them out on Impose here!

10/29/2014

Read the great interview with the band and hear the track HERE.

10/29/2014

You could drop the needle anywhere on this album and find a gem, from “Cheap Talk’s” ragged glory, through “Emily’s” dirgy Soundgarden drone, to the surprisingly effective and affecting blues lament of “Ripped Off.”

Read the rest over at TEMPLE OF NOISE!

10/28/2014

It is the combination of vibrant, light-hearted instrumentation and intelligent lyrics that make Chinese Fountainone of the best guitar albums of the year. In an age when brilliant electronic music often takes center stage, and mostly for good reason, it takes a band like The Growlers to remind us how fun guitar-based music can be.”

Read the complete review on Under The Radar. 

10/28/2014

And now there’s Angelo De Augustine, the Los Angeles–based 22-year-old who makes music in the delicate but piercing manner that Smith pioneered, the sonic equivalent of a cracked porcelain plate—broken, but beautiful in its ruin.”

Listen now on Vogue.

10/28/2014

"This is the second solo album from Becky Jones, a.k.a. Saint Saviour, formerly of The RGBs and Groove Armada. She will tour the United Kingdom in December."

Listen now on The New York Times.