Adult Play’s See Me Now is an infectious and seriously upbeat track that seamlessly blends different genres, but beneath its high-energy exterior lies a beatiful melancholic vibe. Spectacular!
Tag: post punk
‘Loud, abrasive & melodic’ | Interview with Snailbones
Irresistibly repetitious and seriously heavy, dead inside is the 2nd track from Keelhaul ‘em All, the new album by the Portland based trio Snailbones.
In the Name of Something | Interview with Holy Wire
Something to remember Holy Wire by
‘What is happening?’ | Interview with Van Goose
Get ready to enter a period of chaos and confusion
Which are the biggest drivers of gender inequality in (rock) music? | Interview with Slow Down Molasses
Big, heavy, menacing guitar riffs, incredible stereo separation and anarchic vocal delivery.
Rum Buffalo – Slumtown Nightmare [Review]
Life’s too short to pretend you don’t like this riff.
‘dramaturgy story telling of real events’ | Interview with Laddermen
The indie-rock band will soon release their LP, ‘Special Kind of Violence’
‘Deep feel extract’ | Interview with The Guru Guru
(In) Snakes & Ladders (Stakes Don’t Matter) is the first single of their new double EP.
‘Hopefully, not, boring’ | Interview with Dead Slow Hoot
Definitely, not boring, and take our word for this, Dead Slow Hoot are a pure enjoyment to read and to listen.
American Watercolor Movement – Release the Pulse
I thought reflections were free.