Archive for the Garage Category
The Oakland-based, indie garage punk quartet Shannon & the Clams, known for a diverse sound that incorporates elements of doo-wop, early rock & roll, classic R&B, garage psych, and surf rock as influences, released its fifth album, Onion, this time working with producer Dan Auerbach and Easy Eye Sound.
REISSUED!!! CHEATER SLICKS’ Destination Lonely is perhaps the most important record of their long and spectacular discography. Their second full length, it marks the beginning of their decision to remain a trio after first Alpo and then Merle Allin departed the band and the inability to recruit any suitable replacements […]
A double-LP domestic pressing of the CD released a few years ago in Europe. Includes the single that came out on tUMULt, the “Stinking Memory” 7″ on Anthem, as well as the Wabana Gun Court single, the Ken Rock single and the Big Brothel single. A collection of totally killer […]
“After Quit While You’re Ahead’s first song, “Kicked in the Head,” it’s pretty obvious where the rest of the album is going — each song highlights a single, gritty, repetitive riff, and a single, screamed melody. The simplicity and repetition give the songs the potential to grow extremely annoying, but […]
“NUN – one of the most powerful bands Melbourne has ever produced, presents their dark-yet-somehow-vibrant vision of electronic pop with their debut self-titled album. Nun’s sound flows from sinister drone-orgy and hyperkinetic synth-punk to saturated new wave worship by incorporating huge, gnarling basslines, shimmering analogue synthesizer, punishing drum machine and […]