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SXSW 2015: Spoon, Speedy Ortiz, BRONCHO, Diarrhea Planet + More Illuminated Austin

Sure, with the passing of every new SXSW, you hear the same gripes. But it’s really not even about how the festival is run or by whom, it’s the deluge of bands that descend upon it more and more each [...]

March 23, 2015 Live, Reviews
Jib Kidder

Jib Kidder Evokes Jack Sparrow/Avey Tare With New “Appetite” Single Ahead Of Teaspoon To The Ocean LP

SIMGE recently introduced you to the state-hopping, Beach Boys-inspired, multi-media artist Jib Kidder by way of his recent single “Dozens” and his coinciding SIMGE Survey. Today the artist has returned with another taste of what’s to come in the form [...]

December 5, 2014 News
Jib Kidder

SIMGE Survey: Get To Know Jib Kidder Who Is Prepping Teaspoon To The Ocean LP

Simply put, Sean Schuster-Craig is an artist, a true creative traveling the musical landscape by his stage moniker Jib Kidder, but ultimately cultivating pieces by whatever means and mediums are at his fingertips. Born in Louisville, raised in Georgia, educated [...]

November 24, 2014 Features, Interviews

Live Review: The Flaming Lips Brought Oczy Mlody To The Fillmore

The Flaming Lips are on the road again and they have a new album. ‘Oczy Mlody’ (Polish for “eyes of the young”) is the fourteenth studio album by the experimental rock band. They played a couple of shows in our [...]

March 8, 2017 Live, Reviews

SIMGE Survey: Getting To Know Wingman // Stream “In Comes Rushing In”

From the severely underrated scene in Minneapolis, MN we now have the latest from the duo Wingman. Comprised of Con Davison and Dan Stewart, the band recently released their new album, HONCHO. To tease a little taste of what to [...]

June 17, 2016 Features, Interviews
Smokey Lenses

SIMGE Survey: Getting To Know Smokey Lenses // Stream “Candle Glow”

Some music is just tailor made for long summer drives. No bands do it much better than those who live where it’s summer all the time, and we have the debut offering from LA rockers Smokey Lenses to back that [...]

June 2, 2016 Features, Interviews
Ian Bern

Listen: Ian Bern Shares “It’s Not You” // Debut 7″ Out On B3SCI Records

It’s a pretty difficult feat in modern times to be able to pull off the throwback//effortlessly cool rock troubadour persona. For every one that rises up with that particular vibe, scores more languish in townie bars ripping the same classic [...]

April 25, 2016 News

Feature: Your Best American Girls On Asian-American Female Identity

Photo Credit: Ebru Yildiz Contributors: Vrinda Jagota & Karen Shibuya Vrinda: It is a funny experience learning you are not white, observing life continue normally as if the axis of your world hadn’t just suddenly shifted. I was 7 years [...]

April 15, 2016 Features
Ben Lorentzen

Watch: Union, NJ Songwriter Ben Lorentzen Serenades “The Ugliest Girl in the World”

People who know me are likely aware I hold a long time affinity for the works of Nick Cave. If you come to my apartment, you’ll find this towel hanging on the handle for my oven. Acoustic-noir is a genre [...]

August 4, 2015 News
The Kickback

Listen: The Kickback Conjure A Dark Indie-Rock Storm With “White Lodge”

I was immediately struck when first listening to Chicago outfit The Kickback’s new single “White Lodge,” the lead single off of their full-length debut, Sorry All Over The Place, out September 18 via Jullian Records. I had entered into some [...]

July 7, 2015 News