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Still Corners
Still Corners seek out escape in the desert-noir soundscapes of “The Last Exit”

Unfolding as a fever-dream of escape onto the open road, Still Corners Tessa Murray and Greg Hughes’s newest album The Last Exit is a hypnotic journey into the depths of their self-called desert noir sound. Like the dreamy and terrifyingly large natural world of Lord Huron‘s Strange Trails, poised with unexplored expanses and hiding dark […]

Steven Ward |
Still Corners’ New Single “Crying” Will Soothe Your Sorrow

As one of the stalwart dream folk outfits of the blog heyday, Still Corners are still going strong. The band, primarily comprised of duo Tessa Murray and Greg Hughes, has just announced their fifth studio album, The Last Exit, along with some morsels to satiate fans until its release January 22 via Wrecking Light Records. […]

Zoe Elaine |
Beach Goth Festival
Beach Goth 2016: Five Must-See Lesser Known bands

With October right around the corner, the days are getting shorter and the nights colder just in time for The Growlers’ annual Beach Goth festival at Oak Canyon Park. As the sole tribute to the genre phenomena that’s sprung out of Southern California’s surf-rock and DIY grunge-punk scenes, and from which it borrows its name, […]

Still Corners “Creatures of an Hour” – Album Review

  Maybe its the shadow of Halloween just around the corner, or my new found obsession with American Horror Story, or maybe it was intended to sound like the soundtrack to Suspiria. Regardless Still Corners’ debut LP matches the October vibe of all things creepy. They come from foggy London, baring with them foggy new-wave […]

Sandra Burciaga Olinger |