The curiously creeping guitars braided within the music engulfs the listener in the story, making them feel as if they’re part of it, watching from the barstool at a run-down saloon in a town that is just never big enough.
Imagery Machine play female-fronted psychedelic rock with a rolling sprinkle of reggae. The group formed a few years ago, comprising of San Diego locals James, Jennie, Will, and Tyler. Since […]
Today is the release for Eyebawl’s debut EP, Gutterbawl! The EP is comprised of four hard-hitting songs that are guaranteed to make you angsty about both the present and impending […]
This year’s Desert Daze was unlike any other festival experienced. With timeless rock artists like Iggy Pop and Eagles of Death Metal, to indie, garage, electronic, and jazz acts (way […]
Ty Segall is universally known as one of today’s most prolific artists – stacking at somewhere around 50 albums, EPs, singles, and splits – all in under 10 years. And […]
Your summer hasn’t officially begun until you throw The Babe Rainbow’s first ever full length album on the record player and kick back with a cold one. As previously stated in last month’s […]
The Shivas slow things down from their usual jangly-doo-wop surf jams with their newest release, Turn Me On (May 12, 2017). The 5-track EP opens with a 50s-esque-twist-style duet “Turn […]