Now available for pre-order via Toronto, Canada’s Martian Machine Records, we’re debuting the five-song EP Stale Growth from local lo-fi acoustic/experimental artist, Holiday Pictures.
Robert Pollard’s ability to churn out music may be admirable and for the most part, How Do You Spell Heaven is a solid release.
Australia’s punk rockers, Kitchen People, have shared the single “Bad Mate” off their 12-track sophomore release, Trendoid, due out on March 24, 2017 via Oops Baby Records.
Gonjasufi returns with his latest album Callus this August and you can now hear the first single “Maniac Depressant” here.
Kurt Vile and the Violators opened for Alabama Shakes at Festival Lawn at Deer Lake Park this past Saturday. The outdoor locale was a perfect setting for an awesomely-chilled show.
Beard Springsteen is a punk, rock and lo-fi band that released it’s 6-track EP, Broken English, on August 24, 2015. Download the new song “Never Gonna Be The Same”.
Up til now, a large part of Twerps’ charm has been their rough edges. Recording to hissy four track tape, singing songs about enjoying the “occasional quiet drink” and then throwing up on your friends, the Melbourne pop foursome have released a series of lovably lo-fi vinyl singles and cassettes on labels around the world.
Binary are David Troster, Francesco Bondi, Craig Lowe and Jake Sorbie. Troster formed the band in late 2010 after leaving Yale University, where he was studying molecular biology. On his return to London he was introduced to Francesco Bondi through a mutual friend and the pair began experimenting with production techniques and crafting songs. The line-up was completed when Bassist Craig Lowe joined the band and brought in his childhood friend Jake Sorbie on Drums.