Our good friends and San Diego’s own heavy swamp rockers, Blackout Party are putting their next release to vinyl. They have started a campaign on Indie Go-Go to put the much anticipated 'Float on towards our Doom’ on wax. You can be a part of it, and maybe even win a Sector 9!
Last Sunday night we ran head on into Those Darlins at a gig. They came in hot, as they are currently ripping up the countryside in support of their latest release, ‘Blur the Line’. The tough and seductive set had us swaying to their swing rock and roll. Then, before we could ask for their number, they were gone. Next time Darlins.
The band with the name you love to hate, Diarrhea Planet, are back with a free track from the folks at Adult Swim Singles. "Spooners" is a another guitar overloaded, sweaty shredder, from the Nashville six piece. Dramatic pauses and breakdowns included. Make sure to smash up to San Diego’s Soda Bar with us on Aug 10th. Don’t let Monday ruin your Sunday.
California gypsy-rockers, The Growlers, debut their new very summer styled single “Good Advice” on Noisey today. The 5-piece return with the jam-folk sing along that should get all the hipster kids' boots shuffling in the sand. ‘Chinese Fountain’ comes out September 23rd on Everloving Records.
Psych rock saviors, The Black Angels, just released a new EP today called 'Clear Lake Forest', and below is the live video for "The Flop". The clip, which was directed by Bret Zausmer, is everything we could ever want from the Austin band. Trip out man.
Dropping engine grease from coast to coast and rattling cages at every stop, Low Volts is on tour. The one-man lightning storm is on his way through the mid-west with a full schedule ahead. Catch a show and uplift your soul!
Easily the most talked about release this week comes from Toronto’s own Death From Above 1979. The Canadian dance punk duo returns after a long hiatus with the relentless and pounding first track “Trainwreck 1979”. We checked it out, dug it, and think you will too. 'The Physical World' is out Sept 9th on Last Gang Records.