Since it is Tuesday, it is only appropiate that we hit you some new, wicked tunes. This Tuesday we have South London post-punk/power pop trio Manilow. People have compared this group to bands such as Sonic Youth, Bauhuas and Television and I understand
Perfect Pussy formed in Syracuse and enjoy rocking the fuck out. They’ve already garnered attention from the likes of Pitchfork and Elle, and excitement is building for their Captured Tracks-released debut LP coming March 18.
It’s cold outside (at least in NYC), and I know
It’s time to take a trip to the psychotic circus with The Death Set’s latest production, “Yo David Chase! (ft Diplo).” The track comes from The Death Set’s sophomore album, Michel Poiccard.
Produced by XXchange, the album is a celebration for founding band member
Some have described Australian punk-rock outfit, The On Fires, as the “bastard lovechild of The B52s and The Sex Pistols” They couldn’t be more right. The tracks are fast, fun and infectious as hell. Their blend of simple power chords, rock drum grooves
The last act for the night at the Rock Shop was Blood Red Shoes, an alternative rock duo from Brighton, England. They are fairly new over here, but across the pond they have released 2 albums and gained some fame when one of
“There is this thing that’s like talking except you don’t talk/you sing.” Thus opens the song, “Sing”, and my first introduction to the Dresden Dolls in music theory class in college. The self-described “Brechtian punk cabaret” duo consisting of drummer Brian Viglione and
Singer-songwriter Joy just released her sophomore album today, Electric Soul Music, for FREE online. Electric Soul Music (or “ESM” as it is otherwise known) is three years in the making; Joy released her debut album, Set Free, in 2006 and has since been
The Splinters are an all-girl, Oakland-based foursome that play music inspired by ’60s girl groups and punk. With a garage band ethos and Ramones style, the girls have finally dropped the video to their first single, Splintered Bridges, and you can check it