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Hot Band Alert: Ex Hex — Mary Timony’s new power trio is about to let it “Rips”

Feature by Ziv Biton Mary Timony of Ex Hex has no first gear. Or, if she did, she revved up to 4th (and probably 5th) a while ago and has since busted the clutch. Listing off her prolific career arc is daunting; even if you started right now you would be hard pressed to accomplish […]

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Stream Spoon’s New Album “They Want My Soul”

Spoon’s forthcoming album, They Want My Soul is now streaming on iTunes radio. The highly anticipated record is officially out on August 5 via Loma Vista and features recently teased song “Rent I Pay,” “Do You” and “Inside out.” On Friday, Aug. 8, Spoon will return to Los Angeles for a sold-out performance at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery. Those who […]

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Woman Crush Wednesday: Teri Gender Bender

Photo By Dan Wilton Teresa Suarez, perhaps better known as Teri Gender Bender of Le Butcherettes, is one of the most enigmatic young musicians to hit the rock scene in quite awhile. Perhaps this is why she’s been sometimes referred to as the “Latina Bjork”. After conducting an interview with the Denver-born but Guadalajara-raised beauty, […]

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White Fence delivers best album yet with “For The Recently Found Innocent”

Photo by Angela Holtzen / Review by Ziv Biton  White Fence, in a very short amount of time, has become the third piece of the prolific trifecta of noise/garage rock that has steadily been budding in Los Angeles via San Francisco. It seems that California rock has been almost totally dominated by this trinity of Thee Oh […]

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Kestrels’ new EP “The Moon Is Shining” is a Glimmering Shoegaze Exhibition

Feature by Ziv Biton  Kestrels established serious buzz with their 2012 release A Ghost History. That release saw the Halifax group experimenting with pop-punk themes with an untraditional sonic scope. But, where A Ghost History at times felt uncertain and convoluted, their new EP The Moon Is Shining Our Way is a focused exhibition of glimmering […]

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Hot Band Alert: Priests – D.C. Quartet Packs a Punch with their Fearless Noise Punk

Washington, D.C.’s Priests deliver a packed punch (seven tracks in 17 minutes) of aggressive yet catchy-as-fuck tunes on their debut EP Bodies and Control and Money and Power. The EP dropped on June 3 on Don Giovanni Records/Sister Polygon and was recorded at Inner Ear Studio (Arlington, VA) and Fancy Time Studio (Philly, PA). The […]

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Skygreen Leopards’ New Album Soundtracks A Sun-Soaked California Summer

Photo by Jason Quever / Album Review by Ziv Biton  Some summers are rage-fests filled with reckless decisions and hangovers. The eternal summer of Skygreen Leopards may be reckless, but would be too preoccupied with enjoying the sunshine to consider raging. Throughout their newest release, Family Crimes, the California duo create a bleary-eyed aesthetic that is […]

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Kitten’s debut record is full of impeccable sheen and relentless energy

L.A. based band Kitten formed in 2010 and have since released three EPs, Sunday School, Cut It Out and Like A Stranger. The band has come full circle in a short time and are set to release their self-titled, full-length debut on June 24th via Elektra Records. The new album traverses heavily and primarily through ’80s […]

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Stream Lower’s debut album, Seek Warmer Climes

Full of intense emotions, stunning vulnerability and pop tendencies that make you want to sing along — Copenhagen post-punk quartet, Lower have made their debut album available to stream. You can stream Lower’s new record, Seek Warmer Climes before its June 17 release date. The 10-track album is anthemic as it is complex. While the […]

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Hot New Band Alert: Hunterchild — this Indiana duo drips with soul and allure

Sometimes we feel the urge to get away from the daily grind, and escape into the arms of a lover. No lover handy? No worries. You can escape into the loving, musical arms of Hunterchilds‘ self-titled debut. The album dropped May 13 on Temporary Residence LTD and was fine-tuned by co-producer Kevin Ratterman (My Morning Jacket, Wax […]

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