Week in Pop: Bür Gür, Drew Price, Lore City, Torkelsen
With Glass Gang, J LITT, pictochat, & a Monster Treasure takeover.
Week in Pop: Fury Things, Triptides, The Urge
With Nicholas Nicholas, Tin Desert, & a Satan Wriders takeover.
Eternal Summers, “A Burial”
A familiar suburban drug tale.
Week in Pop: Aunt Dracula, Brett, Dub Thompson, The Other Bones
With Walking Shapes, Young Boy, & more.
Fear of Men, “Luna”
You're gonna want to get these images stuck in your head.
Week in Pop: Cloud Becomes Your Hand, Falling Off Maps, JPNSGRLS
with support from Alsarah & The Nubatones, Broncho, Fielded, & more.
“Oh, no problem, little dude!” by Sarah Everton of Bleeding Rainbow
Equaling the pet names playing field in the service industry.
Beverly, “Honey Do”
Girl group dream team, as far as we're concerned.
Bleeding Rainbow, “Images”
A harsher vibe from a coarse, powerful live band.
Fear of Men, “Alta / Waterfall”
Metaphysical poetics mixed with modern inventive landscapes for lovers.
Bleeding Rainbow, “So You Know”
Bleeding Rainbow doesn't care about the sunshine.
Week in Pop: Le Man Avec Les Lunettes, Peace Creep, Waterstrider
Indie Italy, Bay Area buzz breakers, with support from Puerto Rico's La Quilombera.
The Blow, “From The Future”
A coyly confrontational second single from The Blow's latest.
Week in Pop: Barbarian, Crying, Dream Drunk, Terrace
San Diego sea streams, Game Boy rock, cassette re-creations, & hanging with Vancouver's Simon Lock.
Week in Pop: Au Palais, Castle, Loveskills, Salvia Plath, Winter
Architectural audio, NC's new emcee, NYC dance re-skilled, altered states, Summer's coldest/coolest.