"Another Space Song" from Failure's 1996 release, Fantastic Planet.
Raleigh, North Carolina powerviolence newcomers Abuse. share the first blistering taste from their forthcoming LP debut on To Live a Lie.
One is too jaunty and smirking for its own good, calling to mind a montage scene from some warmed over rom-com with, say, Cameron Diaz and Gerard Butler. And the other sounds like a band just following the safe, tried-and-true method.
Noise-rap outsiders clipping. offer a video for "bout.that" that complements their harsh, DIY aesthetic.
New Tunes from Caveman, Rogue Wave and Portugal. The Man. and more, plus notes.
Blockbusters, summer TV, and a lot of music prove that there's more fun to be had in July than just the 4th.
The Lonely H leave their Port Angeles, Washington hometown for the bright lights of Nashville and soak up a bit of country on their new album.
The fun-loving, anarchic jazz-punkers projected their sumptiously cool slice of post-punk pop into the future with 1983's "Sunken Love", a number that was jaw-droppingly far ahead of its time.
Great news for people who like both chess and black & white photography.
"It takes more than luck to last the ride / It takes strength and it takes courage to survive." -- Nerina Pallot