Sick Of The Radio checks out Jenny Lewis’s latest project at Philadelphia’s ‘The Tracadero”
When I first thought about the Books live, I just didn’t know HOW exactly it would work. I figured they would just play their instruments while all of the samples played through some computer, but it turns out that they’ve [...]
Sacramento’s G. Green have an uncanny ability for crafting playful slacker post-punk executed with such rugged charm & vitality.
Quiet Lights are moody, and dreary, featuring “Droning” female vocals, heavy percussion, and sharp guitars. Opening for A Sunny Day In Glasgow on October 26th at the Knitting Factory in NYC, but other than that, no shows to speak of. [...]
Cedar Senior-summer bummer “Some Mysterious Chillwave Band” would pretty much cover most of this article. Although that has it’s faults it also has it’s merits and each case should be given an individual trial, or whatever. I was pretty skeptical [...]
Fol Chen is some slightly mysterious Electronic-but-not-”Electronica” band from California. I couldn’t really find much information about them, but who cares because their music is good which is really where they are notable. It seems easy enough to lump them [...]