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Hermanos Gutiérrez released their latest single Amor Profundo on November 12, 2021. This lone track has a warm sweeping melody, steady galloping rhythm and haunting guitar that rings out as if into time itself. Each song from the two brothers comes as its own story, an invitation to sneak into the mysterious windy landscape of […]

Hughes Taylor’s 2021 album Modern Nostalgia, features many tracks that demonstrate his dynamic musical capabilities. Not only that, but each track recreates many of the rock classics of the past in Taylor’s own style. Wicked Woman, could be interpreted as a modern interpretation of Santana’s Black Magic Woman complete with the Latin tempo and leading […]

The Gloomies new 2021 album Let Me Know When It’s Over is just the gritty surf rock journey I was looking for. Featuring tracks like I Want To Get Out and Slow Change, the mood of this album strikes a true balance between hopeful and melancholic that is difficult to achieve. From their 2015 single […]

Thunder Cat performed along with opener Channel Tres on his “It Is What It Is” tour at McMenamins Crystal Ballroom this last Friday, December 3rd. Channel Tres When I entered the venue, I actually had no idea who the opener was! That quickly changed upon entering the venue, where I was immediately blown away by […]

Hailing from Tokyo, Teengenerate was a short-lived garage punk rock band from 1993 to 1996, reforming again for a short time back in 2005. According to the message on the CD insert, written by Hiroshi Sekigushi of Screaming Fist Magazine (a publication which I can’t find ANY information on), “Smash Hits!!” is a compilation of […]

In their 2005 album that’s for the most part very radio-unfriendly, Mudvayne utilizes blasting guitar and drum beats to create a blend of heavy and nu metal sounds. As someone who’s really only waded into shallow water in the world of metal, I would immediately recommend this album to a rock fan looking to expand […]

With its simple but effective chord progressions, accented vocals, and breakneck tempos, Subhumans’ “From the Cradle to the Grave” is quintessential British punk. Not to be confused with the Canadian band of the same name, Subhumans have been active and making music, breakups and reunions aside, since 1980. “From the Cradle to the Grave” is […]

Below is my interview with Aaron Bergeson (Survival Skills) about his music and upcoming show at Holoscene, presented by KPSU. By Kryston Skinner Kryston: Ok so I’m just gonna jump, my name is Kryston and I’m the promotions director here at KPSU. Could you tell us your first and last name and what kind of […]

Image courtesy One Beat PR Tonight Cleveland post-hardcore band Cloud Nothings take to the stage at the Doug Fir Lounge in support of their latest studio album, this year’s The Shadow I Remember. The album is the result of the band’s first professional collaboration with acclaimed and outspoken producer Steve Albini since 2012’s Attack on […]


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