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SIMGE Stream: School Drugs – Demo

Having been in business since 2014 ripping up the floorboards in venues all over NJ, hardcore punk-rockers School Drugs recently dropped their first bits of officially released music in the form of a Demo. The blistering, blink-and-you’ll-miss-it six song set [...]

September 23, 2016 New Music, Reviews

Album Review: Beach Slang – A Loud Bash Of Teenage Feelings

Photo Credit: Chris Rotolo It’s said that a person’s taste in music develops and grows from ages 14 to 24. Think back to when you first discovered music you liked. It was exhilarating. Picking out your first record, fiddling around [...]

September 23, 2016 New Music, Reviews

Album Review: Pamphleteers – The Ghost That Follows

Stream an exclusive first listen of Pamphleteers’ “L.A. L.A.” below. One word to sum up The Ghost That Follows, the full-length debut by Chicago trio The Pamphleteers? Raw. The band has been exercising its post-punk sound since releasing a split [...]

September 22, 2016 New Music, Reviews

EP Review: Goon – Dusk of Punk

Goon‘s Dusk of Punk is a lo-fi garden, brimming with a plethora of cloudy guitar, elegant cello, dark drums, and smoldering vocals. The album—lovingly spun under an overcast sky—will wrap itself around the pleasure centers in your brain and cause [...]

September 20, 2016 New Music, Reviews

Album Review: Dinowalrus – Fairweather

Dinowalrus are at it again. The Brooklyn-based DIY band are dropping their fourth studio album, Fairweather, on September 23rd, with an album release show at Rough Trade in NYC on September 25th. Fairweather brings the futuristic-psychedelic-pop sound of Dinowalrus to new [...]

September 19, 2016 New Music, Reviews
Nervous Triggers

SIMGE Stream: Nervous Triggers – Demo 2016

Keyport, NJ-based punks Nervous Triggers embody just about everything a rebel-rousing band of their ilk should. Working as Humanists first, the group featuring Jay Insult (lead vocals) Patski (guitar/vocals), J Nixon (bass/vocals) and Eric Truchan (drums) has spread their hard-charging [...]

September 15, 2016 New Music, Reviews

Album Review: Royal Canoe – Something Got Lost Between Here and the Orbit

Photo Credit: Jaclyn Campanaro Royal Canoe is responsible for the production of Indie/Pop gospel. Their latest LP, Something Got Lost Between Here and the Orbit, is pure instrumental bliss. Through ethereal vocals, heavy drums, trippy basses, jubilant tambourines, and a [...]

September 13, 2016 New Music, Reviews

Album Review: Earth Girls – Wanderlust

Earth girls are the best girls, and I only say this because I’ve never met an intergalactic being (although “I want to believe” and I am eagerly waiting for contact, get at me). But these Earth Girls, who hail from [...]

September 12, 2016 New Music, Reviews

Album Review: Os Noctàmbulos – Stranger

Stationed in Paris, the band Os Noctàmbulos- which consists of Baldo (Drums), Coline (Bass), Valentin (Lead Guitar) & Nick (Vox/Rhythm Guitar) -emits a curious energy that encompasses a plethora of psych, surf, and garage. A 60’s vibe, hazy and smooth, [...]

September 9, 2016 New Music, Reviews

Album Review: Gringo Star – The Sides and in Between

Gringo Star are flavorful astronauts, cutting the cord to the Mothership and riding the haphazard waves of time through the boundless void of space. The Sides and in Between is a tribute to diabolically psychedelic, twangy western, indie rock and [...]

September 8, 2016 New Music, Reviews