Kiwi kitsch duo Jonathan Bree and Heather Mansfield, a.k.a. The Brunettes are back for round two, following their first album Mars Loves Venus (Lil’ Chief Records) with their newest album, Structure & Cosmetics, their first release on SubPop Records.
His Mischief is a 3-man band hailing from St. Paul, Minnesota. Summer’s Eve, the group’s first release, is a six song mélange of garage rock, ’60s rock fuzz, and a dash of Clash-like punk. The tracks have a very distinctly retro sound; lead singer Sheridan Fox has an uncanny knack for sounding like Britt Daniel […]
Arriving at the Driskill Hotel in Austin to meet with Robbers on High Street during SXSW, I couldn’t help but feel a bit of irony as I entered the classic lobby with early twentieth century Charlestown S.C. It matched the mood and visuals that danced in my brain after listening to the band’s Fatalist and […]
From the opening sample of Sixtoo’s second Ninja Tune release Jackals and Vipers in Envy of Man, its obvious he’ll be giving every geek head electronic junky the fix their collective veins beg for: a quirky little mindfuck of beat-laden experimentalism. What the Montreal-based sound maestro (aka Six Vicious) does on JaViEoM is completely fascinating. […]
ShowBusiness: The Road to Broadway (Dori Berinstein) At the opening of “ShowBusiness: The Road to Broadway,” we see actors and actresses in their dressing rooms, the famous, the soon-to-be famous, preparing to hit the stage, running into the lights and the hearing the applause. “ShowBusiness: The Road to Broadway” is a look at the production, […]