V13 Cover Story 033 - Harm’s Way, September 25th, 2023


“There’s always a way out, right? And sometimes the best medicine for that is writing about it or talking about it.”

In our latest Cover Story, Harm's Way drummer and licensed therapist Chris Mills speaks about catharsis, touring for the first time in four years, and inspiration behind their album ‘Common Suffering.’


Sounds of Walker – “Ko” [Song Review]

Drenched in an ultra-catchy, pulsing motion, seductive, and addictive, “Ko” immediately establishes Sounds of Walker as an electronic tour de force.

Babel – ‘Marriage’ [Album Review]

With ‘Marriage,’ Babel proffers misty, slender filaments of dream-pop, muted percussion, and the mellifluous waiflike voice of Mäkiranta.

Locations – “Trickle” [Song Review]

With “Trickle,” Locations express the sentiments of ordinary people, who find themselves under the boot of the plutocracy.

Helen Stellar – ‘Moonlight Amnesia’ [EP] [Album Review]

The combination of Jim Evens’ splendid voice and fuzzy shoegaze riffs impart a compact, cathartic essence to Helen Stellar’s ‘Moonlight Amnesia.’

Robert LaRoche – ‘Forevermore’ [Album Review]

The lyrics of Robert LaRoche’s ‘Forevermore’ fit the music, presenting intertwining fingers of sound and words about the intricacies of love’s variants.

Cerpintxt – ‘microtubule encoded memory’ [EP] [Album Review]

Mysterious and inscrutable, frail and vulnerable, ‘microtubule encoded memory’ by Cerpintxt conveys listeners into a realm lacking linear thought.

Diane Louvel – “Above and Beyond” [Song Review]

Alt-Country artist Diane Louvel is back on the scene with her newest release, “Above and Beyond” – the title track from her upcoming album.

Keepers of Humanity – “Intersection” [Song Review]

Emerging alt-rock band Keepers of Humanity’s newest track, “Intersection,” is a San Francisco rock classic in the making.