Posts Tagged “Lo-Fi”

WTCHS: It’s Not a Curse, It’s a Cross!

WTCHS: It’s Not a Curse, it’s a Cross! – Is it improper to look beyond an EP to the live show it represents? Not that It’s Not a Curse, It’s a Cross! is a bad release, it’s just a case of animals able to be animals only in the wild. WTCHS by now have quite a following [...]

Dark Mean: Samuel The Phoenix (EP)

Dark Mean: Samuel The Phoenix (EP)- Unassuming yet filled to the brim with musicality; dynamic yet low-key, meshing acoustic folky-ness with distorted guitars, steady bass lines and loose drums. Dark Mean‘s new EP, Samuel The Phoenix, is meant for reflection. With only four songs and clocking in at 18 minutes, you would think this EP would [...]

Perfect Pussy: Say Yes to Love

Perfect Pussy: Say Yes to Love — You’ve undoubtedly heard by now of Perfect Pussy, whether you plumb blogspot music boutiques or Spin magazine. You’ve undoubtedly heard of the blistering live show, heard arguments of the implications of their gendered/ungendered punk, and as a latecomer to the party (and you the late reader) I feel [...]

Zoo Brother: Gemini Girl

Zoo Brother: Gemini Girl – Zoo Brother is out for your summer’s blood. The distortion is dialed down to the slush of the beach, the cymbals shrunken to gentle tinkles like Christmas lights over beer gardens, and the voice of William Karmis is a constant belting chorus, like one-man bar-hopping. Everything is geared to seize [...]

Dog Day: Fade Out

Dog Day: Fade Out- Musical projects featuring members who are romantically linked seems to be more and more common these days. Just look at the members of Cults, who started out as a couple and despite breaking up, have managed to use their experiences to create music that’s better than ever. Though things have worked out [...]