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Many of the day-to-day emotions we take for granted have been atrophied by the pandemic, and artists have begun to explore how we can return to emotional normality. In anticipation of his upcoming debut album Indian Yard, Indigenous Alaskan artist Ya Tseen released a teaser single “Knives.” Receiving support from fellow Alaskan rockers Portugal. The …

Following the release of their impressive second album, ‘Sideways to the New Italy’ (reviewed by me here) , one of Australia’s greatest musical exports, Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever (RBCF) have released a video for one of the tracks, ‘Cameo’. ‘Cameo’ is a delightful jangly track that encapsulates the definitive indie sound of number of their …

The last four months has seen a renaissance of post-hardcore comebacks. Earlier in the year, seminal outfit Glassjaw released an incredibly abrasive new album which led to a revisit to elder statesmen within the scene. Hot Snakes, comprising of member of Drive Like Jehu, have become the latest group of formative musicians to grace our …

Vancouver quartet Jo Passed have this week announced that they will be releaseing their debut LP Their Prime on Sub Pop Records on 25th May and to flare interest they have put forward track ‘MDM’. Jo has been part of the DIY music scene since his late teens. Initially it was just him and his …

LA’s Moaning have released new video for track ‘Tired’ from their forthcoming self titled debut album released on Sub Pop Records on 2nd March. Director of the video Ambar Navarro had this to say; “”Behind closed doors we experience a series of strange stories: A house catches fire, a giant hamster takes a bath, and …

It’s been a LONG time, but finally Hot Snakes, aka Swami John Reis and Rick Froberg have reconvened, and for good reason too, by the sound of it…“I considered stopping playing guitar on a social media poll after I completely mastered the instrument,” Reis says. “But so many people kept sending me letters and voicemail …

Every once in a while you have to put away the Morbid Angel and N.W.A. and just chill out. It can’t all be bloodlettings and drive-by shootings. Sometimes you need a breathy voice and a mellowed-out vibe to bring you back down to earth for a bit. Well, Still Corners is here to do just …

I always had to be cooler than my brother, musically speaking. At just 18 months younger than me there was always this sort of competitive edge to everything we did. I felt in this respect I was always on the front foot. Having comitted several crimes against music in his record buying (slippery when wet/europe …