It was a legitimate Throwback Thursday in Atlanta. Nineties alt-rock icons Everclear took over the entertainment reins at the Buckhead Theatre, and funneled their contagious raw energy into a gnarly night of grunge that diehards will not soon forget.
To illustrate the message behind CHVRCHES’ Love Is Dead is akin to describing yin and yang as manifested components of the same force. No longer intertwined or complimentary, but broad strokes within a complex mind. Lauren Mayberry’s lyricism comes across as gloomy, aggressive, and, at times, resentful and resigned, yet she never loses that tonal tenderness or benevolent optimism by which her songwriting prowess has operated.
September 29-30, 2018 will be a monumental time to visit historic and beautiful Asbury Park in New Jersey. Sure, the scenery is nice, but that’s not what we were referring to, we are talking about the inaugural run for the Sea.Hear.Now Music/Surf Festival. Yes, fine fans of tunes and waves, this is a dream come true!
Interview: *Repeat Repeat talk about balancing their work and home life, their latest LP, Floral Canyon, and other band names.
The kids are young and the tunes are just a handful, but, if these 4 can keep pace with their strong start and fulfill their promise, the sky is the limit. Calpurnia has been able to catch our attention, now it is just a matter of holding on to it. We trust they can.
This event promises to go out with a big fucking bang. After all, the Vans Warped Tour is still the United States’ biggest traveling rock festival and its oldest. There is absolutely no way it doesn’t go out on top.
Bursting of adrenaline inducing thumpers, Wax Chattels’ debut record is anything but ordinary. This Auckland outfit’s sound is akin to a dark underground-like riot; way of auditory-wrecking drums, a musically empowering bass-line, zippy array of keys, and an enthralling fuck-off attitude of epic proportions.