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All posts by Nate Voss

Talk Time

Talk Time Shares Summer-Ready Debut Single “Year Of Self”

A few days back, I stumbled upon the dreamy single “Year Of Self,” the first from promising LA-based band Talk Time. Since then, I haven’t been able to shake the song’s ear-worm chorus: “Hey misfit, stay true In love with [...]

June 20, 2018 News
Stay Inside

Stay Inside Returns With “Fever And Jealousy” // New EP Out 2/23

Photo Credit: Nick Karp Last year, Brooklyn-based post-hardcore group Stay Inside stormed the scene with their excellent As You Were EP. Since then, the band has only sharpened their edges while smoothing their slick progressions. 2018 brings with it a [...]

February 8, 2018 News
Underlined Passages

Watch: Underlined Passages Share “Your Bedroom” // New LP Out Now via Mint 400 Records

Back in December of last year, SIMGE staff photographer Phil Shepherd caught Baltimore-based rockers Underlined Passages at Wonder Bar. Since then, the duo consisting of Michael Nestor (gutiar, vox) and Jamaal Turner (drums) have been hard at work crafting their [...]

October 6, 2017 News

Listen: Hoeksema Shares “Palais” // Debut EP Out 11/10 via Good Eye Records

Late last week, SIMGE sister company Good Eye Records unveiled plans for its third release, Life After, the debut EP from Hoeksema. The announcement came paired with the release of the haunting, entrancing lead single “Palais,” which you can now [...]

September 18, 2017 News
The Skullers

Listen: The Skullers Share “Meet Me In Memphis” // Debut EP Out 9/22

Nearly three years ago, we introduced you to the then talented and prodigious talent Jack Skuller. The singer/guitarist has since re-emerged with a trio, The Skullers, who contributed to our Wilco tribute compilation earlier this year. The band, rounded out [...]

September 6, 2017 News
French Horn Rebellion

Listen: French Horn Rebellion Step Out With New Single “Presentation”

Photo Credit: Kelly Bolter It’s been quite a year so far for the Brooklyn-based electro-funk group French Horn Rebellion. After launching their unique production studio/label You Too Can Woo and celebrating with a jammed show at Rough Trade, the brothers [...]

August 21, 2017 News
Dalton Deschain & The Traveling Show

Listen: Dalton Deschain & The Traveling Show Shares “Tin Laurels” // Playing Knitting Factory 7/16

If you’re a fan of concept bands with strong visual components à la Coheed & Cambria, look no further than NYC-based sci-fi punks Dalton Deschain & The Traveling Show. Born out of a nightmare had by Deschain (lead vox, guitar), [...]

June 23, 2017 News

Listen: DJ REAL Shares “Pushups” // Record Release Show 9/21 At Doc’s Lab

Much in the same vein as subversive musical auteurs like Frank Zappa or Ween, San Francisco-based multi-media artist DJ REAL deals in songs satirical in themes but serious in sonics. Initially started as a goof in honoring Andy Kaufman, the [...]

September 8, 2016 News
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Listen: Ships Have Sailed Shares An Acoustic Take Of “Out Of Time”

Plenty of bands with infusions of pop or electro stylings catch heat for their “unnatural” sounds. In the case of the band Ships Have Sailed, frontman Will Carpenter took it upon himself to indulge his need to create and be [...]

May 11, 2016 News
Ford Madox Ford

SIMGE Survey: Getting To Know Ford Madox Ford // Stream Debut Single

Photo Credit: Deb Morrison Following about a decade of self-imposed exile from music, legendary LA-based rocker Chip Kinman, of seminal groups the Dils and Rank and File, has just returned chasing his latest muse, the punk-rocked-blues band Ford Madox Ford. [...]

May 11, 2016 Features, Interviews