“Noah Gundersen is an American indie folk singer-songwriter from Seattle”, is the description one finds when looking up his name on the internet. That must have been true for previous albums, as his newest release Lover from August 23rd of 2019 seems far from being a folk album. It still has a folky side to […]
Infected Mushroom played at the Roseland Theater on Friday November 8th. They have been touring for about 20 years. My dad introduced me to IM and since then I’ve been a fan of theirs. The show began with Randy Seidman’s DJ set. About an hour into the show he swapped with LOWSH. After that OPTIKOS […]
Cincinnati-based indie rocker Curt Kiser, formerly of the band Pomegranates, brought his new project, Carriers, to Portland on Sunday following the release of their debut album earlier this year. The credits on that album are an indicator of Curt’s position within Cincinnati’s music scene: Bryan Devendorf of The National plays drums, with Afghan Whigs bassist […]
Little Hurricane, that’s C.C. and Tone – a wonderful couple from San Diego who started off in 2010 after finding each other through Craigslist on the search for fellow musicians to form a band. A lot has happened since: 4 full-length albums and many live shows around the globe… But their lives had not only […]
This week on The Murky Depths, we played two songs from Lazy Legs off their upcoming album Moth Mother and also highlighted songs from other new albums by Molly Drag, Long Beard, Lilith, and Water From Your Eyes. As always, we also dug deeper into the depths for some older albums and came up with […]
Joined again by DJ Rack! Lots of fun, chaotic chatter and some emotional release.
This week down in the murky depths, we played some favorites including Alien Boy, Strange Ranger, Washer, and Bethlehem Steel, who is playing at the Liquor Store on Tuesday. We also played a song from Boring’s new EP, Indulge Yourself. Thanks for joining us as we listen to bands who deserve to be heard more. […]