Post Tagged with: "post-punk"

Watch: Iceage "Catch It"

Watch: Iceage “Catch It”

The Danish band Iceage returns today with a brand new single and video for “Catch It,” out now on Matador Records. We last heard from the group back in 2014 with the release of their Plowing Into The Field Of Love LP and a single called “The Lord’s Favorite“–both out via Matador. The label reports that “Catch It” was self-produced […]

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Listen: Miscomings “EWWWW”

Listen: Miscomings “EWWWW”

Seattle noise punks Miscomings have a new song for that icky feeling, “EWWWW,” and you’ll find it on their upcoming Den Tapes release Like Music out March 2nd. Word has it that the band got its’ start when guitarist/vocalist Joe Ross and drummer Nicole Murillo were stuck in traffic. Throwing out goofy words to bide their time, “miscomings” sounded like […]

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Listen: Rose Mercie “Spring And Fall”

Listen: Rose Mercie “Spring And Fall”

Today, let’s meet Rose Mercie–a French quartet together since 2013. Featuring members of the now defunct La Ligne Claire, as well as the on-going projects Belmont Witch and Charlene Darling, Rose Mercie finds Charlotte Kouklia (vocals, guitar, synth, drums), Inès di Folco (vocals, synth, guitar, drums), Louann Djian (drums, guitar, synth), and Michèle Albertini (guitar, drums) sharing instrumental and vocal […]

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Watch: Screature "Waiting for a Light"

Watch: Screature “Waiting for a Light”

The Sacramento-based post-punk band Screature sure taps into a dark vein of death rock on their new LP Old Hand New Wave, out now on the group’s Ethel Scull Records label. Recorded and mixed by Chris Woodhouse (Oh Sees, Ty Segall, Wand) at Dock Studio in March of 2017, the band’s latest effort has a way of sounding like all […]

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Listen: 20 Favorite Albums Of 2017

Listen: 20 Favorite Albums Of 2017

With the year in music drawing to a close, we look back on our 20 Favorite Albums of 2017. While it might be easier to compare apples to apples, this genre-spanning collection compares apples to oranges. We find it a more “fruitful” approach when boundaries are broken down and exceptional, but quite different artists, such as Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith and […]

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Watch: 25 Favorite Videos of 2017

Watch: 25 Favorite Videos of 2017

Watch Live Eye Tv’s 25 Favorite Videos of 2017…This year will definitely go down as one of the strangest in recent memory. As the US and Europe dealt with the political fallout of their reactionary lurch to the Right, progressively minded artists and musicians around the world rose to meet the challenge. It’s only fitting, then, that our year in […]

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Watch: The Soft Moon "It Kills"

Watch: The Soft Moon “It Kills”

Last month The Soft Moon‘s Luis Vasquez announced that he’d signed with Sacred Bones and that he was preparing his fourth LP Criminal for release on February 2nd. With the announcement came the album’s searing first single and video, “Burn,” a brutal and confessional reminder just what dark water Vasquez treads. Claiming “guilt is my biggest demon,” Criminal is a […]

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