After a long absence, the RockaTeens return with their trademark sonic assault, but with the reverb turned down a bit. They kick off this week’s show with “Turn and Smile”.
The Thievery Corporation has institutionalized the plagiarism of genres, and this week’s dub-influenced opener is no exception.
The guitarist for Big Thief has a solo outing, and it’s truly stellar. “Maybe” is a nice groove to kick things off.
In times fraught with misinformation, Ty Richards implores you to seek the truth.
I really love Khruangbin, despite the pronounciation quandary they plunge me into whenever I play one of their songs.
Beach House’s music always rings as the soundtrack to some brain-warped too-much-party film montage. WIth “Drunk In LA”, their song titles are catching up with the vibe.
They’re all over the place, but that’s what I like about Post Animal. “Dirtpicker” owes much to the Jesus Lizard, especially in its title.
Naked Giants remind us that kicking things off with some herky-jerky funk punk beat is never a losing proposition.
“Screaming Females” is a misnomer. There’s only one, and not a whole lot of screaming in “Chamber For Sleep (Part One)”.