Dionneing it by Stable Boys Facebook appears to be one of my primary forms of receiving news now a days, sadly. Not particularly for world news, or business news, or anything along those lines: I still got The Economist, BBC, [...]
Months of planning, weeks of emails, days of phone calls, and hours of rescheduling miraculously created an evening of melodic innocence, raging riffs, and bass heavy dance parties.
With bizarre cultural references in nearly every song and a momentum that demands attention, Ted Nguyent emerges from a basement and excessive attention to 90′s classic post-hardcore. Hear it, see it, and take a ride through something pleasantly dirty.
Seattle’s A-Frames bring the classic punk sound back in their video for Black Forest.
Dana Lauren Goldstein is bohemianism incarnate, or, at the very least, she photographs it. While I realize that the Punk scene is not one typically associate with other bohemian staples such as the Beats Generation of the 50’s and the Hippie Counterculture of the….
It’s very rewarding to have a listen to a band from Birmingham that’s as different from Black Sabbath as one can be while still having as profound an impact as the aforementioned pioneers of hard rock. The music of Au [...]
Somewhere in the breeding patterns of the 80s noise punk movements and the synth head…
The Vivids, a brand new band from LA, take a guitar-heavy psychedelic sound and add a…
Label Spotlight for fuzzy garage-psych label HOAZC records.
Sickoftheradio.com is proud to release yet another mixtape. In contrast to our previous volumes, this mix features a more organic down to earth theme, no electronic computer generated stuff on this one, just guitars drums, and bass. “Suburban Dreams” is [...]