December 6, 2019

SPC ECO — Calm

August 30, 2017 Jonathan Rose 1

Over the past decade, Dean Garcia (of Curve fame) and his daughter, Rose Berlin, have been producing alternative electronic pop sounds under the SPC ECO moniker. With dozens of singles, EPs, and full-lengths under their

Interview: Raveen

July 25, 2017 Jonathan Rose 0

Montreal electronic trio Raveen is out with a new album Friday, and the band was kind enough to take the time to answer some of our questions. The album, Always, was teased with a single

Artist of the week: Rachel Mason

July 3, 2017 Mike D 0

It’s absolutely amazing for people involved in the arts when we discover talented artists and are able to recommend them to our readers, who are ultimately our most respected and exacting critics. That said, I’m

Interview: LUCKYandLOVE

June 25, 2017 Mike D 0

A brand new entry into the synthetic universe, LuckyandLove from LA are set to their release Eponymous LP via SRD Music on June 30. It’s a striking record, with a lot of diversity and excellent

Vibrissae — Somewhere Away

August 23, 2016 Alibi Pierce 0

“Wild mood swings” is a phrase that may enter your mind when listening to Portland trio Vibrissae’s debut album, Somewhere Away. Not because it sounds like The Cure’s 1996 masterpiece–though, interestingly, the band cites The

S T F U — What We Want

July 20, 2016 Alibi Pierce 2

Back in the nu-metal era, when white suburban adolescent anger was being expressed by a steady stream of hip hop inspired, baggy-jeaned white dudes with weird beards and questionable mic skills, Wayne Static, the late

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