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SELVES HELP GUIDE

posted July 6th, 2022

First thought, best thought. Until the next thought: a guiding principle for No Age in the 16ish years they’ve been around. Constantly responding to their own streams of consciousness with reductive flexibility, they’ve taken the basic duo of guitar and drums with vocals WAY farther than anyone listening in halcyon Weirdo Rippers days could have guessed. Expounding on those atomic possibilities, they’ve zig-zagged with serpentine precision, ranging outside and back in again—as befits the present thought, whenever it comes. And now, six albums into it... (read more)

Artists in this story: No Age

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HELLO, HI DON'T LIE

posted June 28th, 2022

Some songs are so good, you just can’t get them out of your head. And you never want to! Storing them deep inside allows you to dig 'em up again, like (re)discovered treasure, so they can reinvigorate your worldview all over again. And so the love grows. For Ty, The Mantles’ 2009 slice of garage-pop perfection, “Don’t Lie” is one of those songs. Having played and toured with The Mantles in the Bay Area back in the day, Ty descends compassionately into the... (read more)

Artists in this story: Ty Segall

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IT'S A PREDICAMENT!

posted June 23rd, 2022

It's the summer of their years, and Kamikaze Palm Tree are out on the beach, fully lotioned, essence to essence. With their impending (next classic) album MINT CHIP locked down for a August 12th release, we're just counting the days until we can share all of it, while dropping tracks here and there, for the thrill of it all. Like this one: "Predicament"! With rough-hewn, multicolored animation, John Andrews' video accentuates KPTs signature thickets of psychoactive jangle-thump and flashing harmonics of vocal chorale. The vid's smeary... (read more)

Artists in this story: Kamikaze Palm Tree

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END OF THE ROAD IS JUST THE BEGINNING FOR PURLING HISS

posted June 22nd, 2022

Purling Hiss are coming! Daredevil Thrills!

Get your weird on and come out to see Philly’s fastest and loudest supercharged noise nicks as they floor it onto stages the length and breadth of Engerland. Tokyo-drifting into the End of the Road Fest (with an additional Polizze solo show bolted on) before a rear-drive, burn out nationwide,  Purling Hiss leave nothing but donuts in the tarmac out front of venues as evidence that "Yes, they were really here!”

From London down to Brighton via Leeds,... (read more)

Artists in this story: Purling Hiss