Sprints’ lyrics are sharp and direct and their musicianship provides tension and release across all 11 songs, which have a hooky rawness that is addictive.
The always reliable Cherry Red Records delivers an unusual psychedelic garage-rock comp that feels made of lesser entries despite the label’s great research.
The world needs more bands who will tell their fans the truth and speak truth to power, like King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard.
Purling Hiss’ Drag on Girard carries on a long-standing tradition of revisiting and updating the garage rock canon to extend its legacies to the next level.
Unknown Mortal Orchestra return from a five-year hiatus to deliver a double album, V, containing both the best and blandest songs they’ve ever made.
The Bobby Lees have always rocked and rocked hard, and they continue to do so on Bellevue; that part of the formula (thankfully) remains unchanged.
At the end of the show, fans are left in a pleasant daze. King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard have metaphysically destroyed Berkeley, California’s Greek Theater.
The Paranoyds channel campy 1950s sci-fi with punk-inspired garage rock on their second full-length LP and first for Third Man Records, Talk Talk Talk.
Melodic carnage, transcendental lyrics, cathartic delivery, and divine communion between Him and his flock are expected and delivered from Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds performing live in Berlin.