All posts by Scarlett Ziemba

The Mantles

Listen: The Mantles Bring Jangly Guitars & Vivid Textures On “Hate To See You Go”

Since dropping their latest their last LP, Long Enough To Leave, back in 2013, Bay Area garage-pop band The Mantles put out a 7″ while setting to work on a full length follow up. The result is All Odds End, [...]

September 24, 2015 News
Chief Scout

Watch: Chief Scout Soundtracks A Young Love Break-Up With “Oh Shit”

Chief Scout recently released his music video for single “Oh Shit” and it is a trippy tribute to the trials and tribulations of young love and loss. Chief Scout is the moniker of Trey Rosenkampff on lead vocals and lead [...]

March 25, 2015 Music Videos, News
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Listen: Warpaint Return With The Emotionally Raw “I’ll Start Believing”

This is going to be a busy year for Warpaint. Following their announcement that new songs were going to be released in 2015, two songs have already come out. First, Warpaint premiered a snipped edited version of their song “No [...]

March 24, 2015 Features

Feature: Girlpool Explores Introspective Punk With Their Debut LP

Girlpool have released another new track, “Ideal World,” a few months before their debut LP, Before the World Was Big, comes out June 2nd on Wichita Recordings. Girlpool is a duo made up of Cleo Tucker on guitar and Harmony [...]

March 12, 2015 News
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Spotlight: Stoner-Pop Artist Free Weed Drops Debut LP Introducing

Free Weed’s debut LP, Introducing, just dropped on February 24th. The man behind the illicit moniker is Rikky Gage, who is also the mastermind behind the bands White Fang and The Memories. Ricky’s solo project is not only worthy of [...]

February 25, 2015 New Music, Reviews
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EP Review: Phratry Records Drops New Gazer EP Fake Bulbs

Gazer’s new EP, Fake Bulbs is perfect for those of you feeling homicidal, wanting to rage against the endless cold and snow outside. Formed back in 2013, Gazer is a noise punk band hailing from Cincinnati Ohio. Its members have [...]

February 23, 2015 New Music, Reviews
The Roofer's Union

Album Review: The Roofer’s Union – By Degrees

The Roofer’s Union just released their first album, By Degrees on October 7th, and it is one of the best electronic, psychedelic rock albums I have heard in a while. The band recorded this album in between sessions at a [...]

October 17, 2014 New Music, Reviews
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Split Single Feature: The Mellowells – “Coffee and the Weather” // “So Strange”

The Mellowells have a candid new split single that came out back in July, “Coffee and the Weather” & “So Strange”. The Mellowells are a band from Annville, PA formed at Lebanon Valley College in the spring in 2013. The [...]

October 1, 2014 New Music, Reviews

Live Review: Augustines & The Bots Rocked The Inside & Outside Of Bowery Ballroom

Ex-Brooklyn rockers Augustines & The Bots played Monday night at the Bowery Ballroom and it was nothing short of an epic evening. My cousin Alex, who has seen Augustines before, said that they are one of the best bands to [...]

September 30, 2014 Uncategorized
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SIMGE Singles: Brooklyn Indie-Rockers Happy You Churn Up A Fuzz Wave On “La La La Summer”

It’s now officially fall, and people are deliriously happy that pumpkin flavored everything has returned. If you’re not one of those over-joyed people and you’re feeling those summer blues kick in, give a listen to Happy You’s “La La La [...]

September 25, 2014 News