Diane Coffee puts the caffeine back in rock on ‘Everybody’s A Good Dog’

At first listen of Everybody’s A Good Dog you might question what era you’re in but as soon as you finish listening to this gleaming record you will be completely enamored by the lush sounds, dynamic performances, tight instrumentals, and addicting … Continue Reading

HEAR – “Miley Cyrus and Her Dead Petz”

  Well, Miley Cyrus certainly left a mark on this years VMA’s to say the least. Ten outrageous costume changes, swearing, feuding with Nicki Minaj, swearing, promoting pot throughout the whole show, swearing, and closing the show with over 20 … Continue Reading

SEE: Indie/Alt artist Handsome Ghost’s “Steps”

Following critical acclaim at SXSW and a sold out run supporting MisterWives & BORNS, HANDSOME GHOST will join Grizfolk’s upcoming summer tour (dates below). They head out in support of Steps EP [Photo Finish/Republic Records] featuring their self-described “indie-prom sound.” The EP is available at all … Continue Reading

HEAR: Unknown Mortal Orchestra – “Can’t Keep Checking My Phone”

Unknown Mortal Orchestra’s new single, “Can’t Keep Checking My Phone,” the New Zealand (now Portland-based) band, is an uptempo, jangling, dancey-tune that moves away from the bands typical lo-fi, rock structuring. We had to get up and dance to this one, … Continue Reading

Unknown Mortal Orchestra share new song + release new album details!

Uknown Mortal Orchestra has some exciting news to share with everyone as reported by Ruban Nielson. Nielson says their new album, Multi-Love,  is finished and will be released on May 26th. Nielson reports that this is probably the best music … Continue Reading

New Weezer album Everything Will Be Alright In The End

Weezer will release their highly anticipated ninth album, Everything Will Be Alright In The End, on September 30th, 2014 on Republic Records.  Produced by Ric Ocasek, who previously helmed production on the band’s first and third records (“The Blue Album” … Continue Reading

HEAR: Roses (Ex-Abe Vigoda) – “It’s Over” & “Florence Girls”

“It’s Over” hints at the Cure and Depeche Mode’s new wave ingenuity but with a contemporary and unique twist. The clever use of chord structure and distortion provide for a refreshing and fun update on new wave music. and “Florence Girls” … Continue Reading

Cloud Nothings visit the psych ward in new video

Cloud Nothing’s new video for their single “Psychic Trauma” employs their very anti-punk hero lead singer and bandmates in a psych ward with a very wobbly blue-tinted effect to the cinematography. “Psychic Trauma” feels like a mix between the Ramones … Continue Reading