Former indie-folk now alt-rock singer-songwriter Noah Gundersen, just released his long-awaited third full-length album White Noise, to fans curious to hear his new sound. Many were pleased to see that even with his departure from quieter-folk songs to more cranked up rock-and-roll jams, the feeling and authenticity of Noah Gundersen is still heard all over the album. […]Read More
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We haven’t had a chance to dive into the lyrics of the title track from Cannibal Corpse’s new album Red Before Black yet, but we would like to imagine that Corpsegrinder and crew are suggesting that red, and not black, is the most brutal color of all. Cannibal Corpse know a thing or two about […]Read More
Oakland’s Rays Bring Their Banner Year to a Close (Playing GAMH Sun. 10/15 with Protomartyr & Lars Finberg)
A new member, a fantastically received debut album, and a successful recent tour have made this year an important one for Oakland band RAYS, who bridge an artsy folk-psychedelia vibe with proto-punk and garage. After their Midwestern trip to play Cropped Out, the low-key festival for weirdos that’s been happening in Louisville, KY since 2010, […]Read More
Mackenzie Scott, the Georgia-bred artist who records and performs as Torres, set a high bar for herself on her new third effort, the synth-bubbly “Three Futures.” Raised in a strict Baptist household, the Tori Amos-inspired singer, 26, wanted to explore sensual pleasures – visual, olfactory and otherwise — in skeletal tracks such as “Greener Stretch,” […]Read More