The Grey is a powerful, melodic rock quartet that periodically delves into experimental tangents. With influences ranging from Fugazi, the Jesus Lizard, Seaweed, Drive Like Jehu, and Juno to Tom Petty, The MC5, Neil Young, and Nick Cave, one can be assured that hints of styles, new and established, can be found in their post-rock stylings..
POST-ROCK. The rumor of a new THREE MILE PILOT album has been circulating for over a decade, further fueling the mystery and mythology that has swirled around the San Diego trio since 1997. The aptly-named "the inevitable past is the future forgotten" is written, performed, recorded and produced entirely by the original 3 members in their own home studios..
Toys That Kill come from San Pedro, California, the city where the freeway ends, where bullets fall from the sky on the fourth of July and where Mike Watt painted the name of his hometown on his bass and everybody started calling him “Pedro.” ..
Spain’s Wilhelm & The Dancing Animals present an awesome combination of folk and punk with this release. Optimistic and happy, this release shows a sensitivity to nature with a focus on the world that surrounds them. It’s an energetic listen that you will want to delve through over and over again!..
Punk by allegiance and attitude, pop by virtue of their wistful melodicism, Witches are a band borne of singularly American originality. Cara Beth Satalino is a New York-born chanteuse with a rougher than typical edge. Michael Clancy, a fellow Yankee, is a self-taught drummer of natural ability and feel. Jared Gandy, veteran of Athens groups with bothDIY...
On his third album, Louisiana bred Brooklyn resident Zachary Cale casts a wide net, encompassing everything he's done previously whether solo or with band accompaniment. Recorded in 2009 at his home studio "Noise of Welcome" is a collection of songs that is distinctly modern in tone and substance.
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