Posts tagged ‘Grunge’

May 5, 2021

Video Debut – Tower Defense

We realize that it’s a tad odd that we, a blog that has gone on record several times about our ambivalence about music videos, would host a music video premier, but this song is so good we’re happy to oblige the request. A driving rocker with equal parts grunge muscle and indie smarts, “Under the Sea” by Tower Defense moves and grooves in a way that Sebastian the crab only wishes he could. And the video? Well even curmudgeons of the medium such as we have to admit it’s pretty cool. Check it out and then get more Tower Defense in your life here.

April 3, 2021

We Never Asked For This

We Never Asked For This is our short reviews of the best releases that showed up in our inbox unsolicited this week.

Peter Rockingtail came bop bop bopping down the lane with these Easter weekend bops. Check out new music from Mike Vermeil, A Mess, John Revelle, T. Lopea, Twiin Daniels, Clea Anaïs, Christopher Green, Joe McGuire, They Might Be Zombies and Bloodslide.

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March 9, 2021

Play Listy For Me – New Punk, Post-Punk, Grunge & Garage Volume 1

Play Listy For Me is our new column where we share with you all the music we recently talked about in a genre blocked playlist, plus extra bonus songs.

Ugh. Genres and subgenres, amiright? Here’s all the punk/garage or derived from those influences songs we talked about this past week, plus some bonus songs for, *checks notes,* dat ass.

March 9, 2021

The B-Side: Holyhead

“Losing Light” by Holyhead is a deliciously fuzzed out thicc boi of Dinosaur Jr. influenced rock n’ roll and it, as they say, gives us life. More specifically it gets us excited for the (hopefully soon) return of live shows, where you can walk into a club and get your hair blown back by something this fun and loud and melodic and rawking.

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March 5, 2021

Friday 5×5

Friday 5×5 is our segment where we give you five new tracks to check out and give ourselves the challenge of describing said tracks in only five words.

Today we have a few (very few) words about new music from Zilched, Troubled Traveller, Dennis Ellsworth, Billy Caden and Pulsations.

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