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The Y Axes

Stream: The Y Axes – No Waves

Photo Credit: Dave Mcmahon It’s been a few years since we last featured San Francisco rockers The Y Axes, and in that time they seem to have only improved in their craft of creating anthemic alt. Their new album, No [...]

June 7, 2019 New Music, Reviews
The Y Axes

Listen: The Y Axes Shares “Monsters” // New LP Out 11/26

When last we heard from San Francisco-based space-pop-rockers The Y Axes they were releasing a steady stream of promising singles. Now, the band is readying the Umbra LP out November 26th. To kick things off, The Y Axes unveiled “Monsters” [...]

November 3, 2016 News
The Y Axes

SIMGE Survey: Getting To Know The Y Axes // New Single Out Now

Rising up in the Bay Area scene, space-pop-rock The Y Axes have recently dropped some of their most impressive works to date. Formed in 2010 as a side project, the quartet of Alexi Rose Belchere (vocals), Devin Nelson (guitar/vocals/synths) Jack [...]

April 22, 2016 Features, Interviews

Guest Picks: Chris Rockwell Waxes About His Top 5 Releases Of 2013

In 2013 local orator of renowned poetics, Chris Rockwell, continued to take stages and provide captivated audiences with his celebrated brand of spoken word artistry…however, he did so primarily backed by full band, The Stickball Social Club, and in support [...]

December 20, 2013 Features
Will Wood & the Tapeworms

Watch: Will Wood & the Tapeworms Throw A Glam-Rock Circus In “Hand Me My Shovel, I’m Going In!”

Billed as “one-half nightmarish-circus, one-half band,” the NJ-based Will Wood & the Tapeworms have been making a lot of noise since releasing their record SELF-iSH last year. Now, the group’s eccentric, undeniable energy has been put on full display in [...]

June 16, 2017 News
Outer Spaces

Listen: Outer Spaces Shares “Words” // Don Giovanni Debut Out 5/27

Photo Credit: Micah E. Wood Outer Spaces are about to drop their very first full-length LP, and their latest single’s crisp strums and dark undertones suggest that they have more than a few tricks up their sleeves. The strength of [...]

April 28, 2016 News

Live Review: Civil Twilight & Knox Hamilton Played At The Cutting Room in NYC

Photos by: Mike Petzinger I’ve never been to the Cutting Room in New York, but I was definitely excited to venture off into Koreatown and find out what it was all about. As I walked in, I would have never [...]

November 10, 2015 Live, Reviews

Live Review: Such Gold, After The Fall, The Moms & Cicada Radio Played Maxwell’s

All photos by Mike Petzinger As I walked into Maxwell’s in Hoboken on Friday night, Cicada Radio’s lead vox/guitarist, Pat Keefe, and guitarist/backup vox, Matt Keefe, were hoarsely chanting, “I don’t want to die at a fucking funeral, no fucking [...]

August 19, 2015 Live, Reviews
Father John Misty

Album Review: Father John Misty – I Love You, Honeybear

One thing you should do in your free time is go onto Soundcloud and search the artist name, Father John Misty. FJM, real name, Josh Tillman, is the former drummer of the acclaimed indie folk band Fleet Foxes who left [...]

February 11, 2015 New Music, Reviews
Le Rug

Get Your Fuzz Rock Sad On With Le Rug’s “Dipshit”

Sometimes you feel like you’ve lost control of everything inside and out. But who really gives a shit anyway? Such is the existential angst present on “Dipshit”, the second single from Brooklyn artist Le Rug’s forthcoming LP. Fueled by Le [...]

November 24, 2014 News