Anamorph are just a little over a week away from the release of their new full-length album, Lucid, and as an early treat, we’re pleased to debut the drum playthrough video for the new single “Reverie.”
Instrumental math-rock group Covet are coming to the UK in a couple of weeks for a run of dates with Polyphia. Ahead of the visit we spoke to David and Yvette from the band about life on the road.
STOP! what you’re doing…. we’ve got a special one for you today, with the premiere of “Schluss,” the latest track from Swiss noise rock duo, Bunkr.
We have Yvette Young, guitarist for the instrumental math-rock group Covet, dishing on her 5 favourite female musical acts in this iteration of PureGrainAudio’s Women of Rock.
London’s alt-math, desert rock trio, Civil Villains has confirmed a handful of summer 2018 London-area gigs with an autumn UK tour still being finalised.
Rise Records’ Dance Gavin Dance rounded up the last week of their Spring 2018 tour with a sold out show at The Observatory in sunny Santa Ana, CA with tour mates, I See Stars, Erra, and Sianvar.
It’s Friday night and parties are upon us, so let’s get emo! Grab a free download of the “Gestate” single courtesy of Vancouver foursome, Guilt Trap, whose quick, quirky and fun debut four-track Can’t Get Hurt EP dropped on May 11th.
This EP is a different and welcome batch of songs by El Ten Eleven that sees them trying something new with success, while still remaining true to their sound.
What do you get when you mix the playfulness of video game music, the technicality of jazz, and shreddy sensibilities of metal into one highly musical unit? Well, you get CHON!
Triple Crown Records band You Blew It! returned to Atlanta for the first time since The Wrecking Ball ATL 2015 on their Abendrot Tour.
With a pastiche of influences and straddling various genres, this amalgamation of college-turned-indie-turned-alt rock band from Greece are setting up to take lives on their third album.
While this type of mathrock/jazz fusion isn’t quite as technical, performance-wise, as one might hear from Animals as Leaders, for example, it’s still captivating, and I’d go so far as to say that it’s pretty catchy.