Video: Double Dagger – “Vivre Sans Temps Mort”

Great band, video directed by Cat Solen:


Review: All Smiles – Oh For The Getting and Not Letting Go

Jim Fairchild has been playing with Grandaddy, Earlimart, and Modest Mouse over the past few years – and all of these bands are better than his solo project, All Smiles. Read my review here.


Tour Dates: Gang Gang Dance

Gang Gang Dance are touring the U.S. and Canada in August, dates are below:

August 2nd at Pearl Street Nightclub in Northampton, MA
August 3rd at Bug Jar in Rochester, NY (with Hex Message)
August 4th at Kung Fu Necktie in Philadelphia, PA (with Hex Message)
August 5th at Ottobar in Baltimore, MD
August 6th at Circus in Columbus, OH (with Hex Message)
August 7th at Magic Stick in Detroit, MI (with Hex Message)
August 9th at Lollapalooza in Chicago, IL
August 28th at Troubadour in Los Angeles, CA
August 30th at Rickshaw Shop in San Francisco, CA
September 2nd at Depot in Arcata, CA (with Extra Golden)
September 3rd at The Works at Washington High School in Portland, OR
September 4th at Biltmore Cabaret in Vancouver, BC
September 5th at Bumbershoot Festival in Seattle, WA

They will also be releasing a reissue of their first album, God’s Money, on vinyl in the near future.


Video: Wavves – No Hope Kids

Post meltdown, my respect for Wavves has greatly diminished. Seriously, fuck Nathan Williams and his drug and alcohol problems. He’s a little brat who doesn’t seem to appreciate his success. Anyway, here’s a new video for “No Hope Kids.”


Review: Children – Hard Times Hanging at the End of the World (Kemado)

Thrash and speed metal meet classic and psychedelic rock. Read my review of Children’s new album here.


Video: Jason Lytle – “It’s the Weekend”

Jason Lytle has a new video for “It’s the Weekend,” a track off his recent album, Yours Truly, The Commuter (Anti-). In a nutshell, he washes his car. Yeah, it’s boring, but come on, his car was dirty.


RIP MJ

We’ll miss you.


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