Yr Parents have joined forces with fellow Seattle punks Difficult Children and the result is a noisy split release called Your Own Good currently available digitally thru Bandcamp. Like most happy families, this union is loud, quarrelsome, and slightly dysfunctional, but we wouldn’t have it any other way. Both sides of the equation here are given four tracks to do […]Read more ›
Post Tagged with: "post-punk"
Vex Ruffin‘s Conveyor LP came out this month on Stones Throw Records. Back in March, we checked out the album’s first single, “Front“, and this week the California-based producer has released a new video for the track. Directed by fellow musician and artist Geneva Jacuzzi, the video stars Ruffin, a mustachioed cop, and a curiously attired band of skateboarders. Jacuzzi […]Read more ›
Pyramid Club is a duo that joins CGI Records‘ label head Matthew Weiner and his DKA Records partner Christopher Daresta in a music project that takes its’ name from the “venue which helped define the counter-culture and queer sound of lower Manhattan in the late 70’s.” The two also play solo as T.W.I.N.S. and Anticipation, respectively, but as Pyramid Club […]Read more ›
Damaged Bug‘s track “Rubber Lips” is on an upcoming split 7″ with Black Pus due out April 7th via Famous Class Records. The release is part of the label’s Less Artists More Condos series that honors the passing of Famous Class partner Ariel Panero. All the past proceeds from the series’ digital sales have been donated to the Ariel Panero […]Read more ›
The Buttertones‘ track “Matador” is off the LA-based five piece’s upcoming LP Gravedigging due out March 31st via Innovative Leisure. The track premiered today via CLASH, where they explained that it was the first song written for their upcoming album. The band goes on to say: “It helped pave the way for a darker direction and is one of the […]Read more ›
The California-based producer Vex Ruffin has a new track called “Front” off his upcoming LP Conveyor due out April 7th via Stones Throw Records. The album was recorded while the musician was working the graveyard shift at his job, and the title references the feeling of being stuck in a continuous loop with no escape. Vex explains: “Recording is very […]Read more ›
Live Eye Tv caught up with The Buttertones live at Chop Suey in Seattle last night and local photographer Jordan Myers caught all the action. The LA-based 5-piece is currently on tour ahead of the release of their upcoming LP Gravedigging out March 31st via Innovative Leisure. The band, which formed back in 2011 in the heart of Hollywood around […]Read more ›