Eric is a musician and extreme music enthusiast originally from New Jersey and currently living in Greenpoint Brooklyn. Having grown up on a healthy diet of Nirvana and pre-American Idiot Green Day, Eric has been enamored with punk and indie rock since purchasing the Pixies' Surfer Rosa and Fugazi's The Argument.
With Veterans of Disorder, Drag City continues it's reissue campaign for '90s legends Royal Trux. Like much of the Trux's best music, the album sits halfway between emulation and complete deconstruction of classic rock.
Love's Crushing Diamond is the debut album from Jordan Lee as Mutual Benefit. The songs have a meditative quality that slowly wraps themselves around you with their fluid instrumentation and utter beauty.
With their second album, Imps of Perversion, Pop. 1280 incorporate more electronic elements into their confrontational din and prove they will be here making people uncomfortable for a quite a while still.
Hunx returns with His Punx after his excellent 2012 solo album Hairdresser Blues. Where that album showed him moving in a softer and more sentimental direction, Street Punk completely reverses course in the best way possible.
Hooded Fang delve deeper in to their strange style of voodoo garage rock on their second album Gravez. The album will compel you, forcing you to look at your own mortality, and afterwards leave you feeling you just saw a ghost.