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Lunch Ladies

Listen: Lunch Ladies Share “Pick Yourself Up” // Debut LP Out 3/10

So, yeah. I’ve been going back in forth in my head as to best present the music I’m promoting on the other side of this fence, Good Eye Records. The label, which is inextricably tied to this blog, wouldn’t exist [...]

January 26, 2017 News
Psychiatric Metaphors

Exclusive Premiere: Psychiatric Metaphors Debut “Black Mass” // New EP Out 8/26

Early in 2015 we first featured Psychiatric Metaphors, the heavy-psych recording project of Brooklyn-based artist Sam Taylor. Now, the band is prepping the release of a new self-titled EP via Little Dickman Records on August 26th. Our good friend CoolDad [...]

August 2, 2016 News
Dentist

SIMGE Stream: Dentist – Ceilings

Chances are if you’ve seen a show in Asbury Park in the past few years you’ve caught a set from rockers Dentist. Following the release of their debut, self-titled LP back in May of 2014 (which was sort of, kind [...]

June 24, 2016 New Music, Reviews
Sharkmuffin

Listen: Sharkmuffin Shares New Single “Red,” Heading Out On National Tour

Photo Credit: Thomas Ignatius Last summer, Brooklyn-based glamgrunge noise-pop band Sharkmuffin dropped their great debut LP, Chartreuse. Wasting none of the momentum gained from that release, the group anchored by guitarist Tarra Theissen and bassist Natalie Kirch will embark on [...]

February 8, 2016 News
Dead Stars

SIMGE Survey: Catching Up With Dead Stars Who Plays Our Showcase Tonight At Pianos

Photo Credit: Mia Min Yen Back in July of 2014, I had the pleasure of speaking with Brooklyn-based fuzz-pop rockers Dead Stars during 4 Knots Festival. Since then, the band has steadily risen locally and nationally with their just announced [...]

January 14, 2016 Features, Interviews
NO ICE

Exclusive Premiere: NO ICE Pays Tribute To Godard In The Video For The Soulful “Eat This Heart (Summer Version)”

With their other band, The Brooklyn What, going on indefinite hiatus earlier this summer, songwriter Jamie Frey and drummer Jesse Katz looked towards their hearts and influencers when plotting their next move. What flowed out naturally was NO ICE, which channels [...]

September 17, 2015 News
Sharkmuffin

Watch: Sharkmuffin Start A Punk-Rock Karaoke Party Riot In “Tampons Are For Sluts”, New LP Out Now

It’s been over two years since we first featured New York noise-punk duo Sharkmuffin and their debut EP, She-Gods of Champagne Valley. We closed that review with hopes for a full LP to follow in the not-too-distant-future with that particular [...]

August 10, 2015 Music Videos, News
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SIMGE On The Scene: Wreaths, Sharkmuffin, & Lost Boy? Davey Jones Jammed Out At The Carousel

Sundown at the Carousel, Part two. While I was not able to attend part one of this new affair, I made sure I was at part two. Cooldad Music, Little Dickman Records and Arcade Radio have put together a really [...]

July 21, 2015 Live, Reviews
Mad Doctors

The Mad Doctors Share New Pre-SXSW Track “Dial M”

Photo by Justin Ferraro Brooklyn’s resident furry dudes who wear lab coats and fling toilet paper at yer filthy face,  The Mad Doctors, are getting ready to schlep their schtick all the way down to Austin, TX. In celebration, the dude’s with [...]

March 3, 2015 Asbury Music, Breaking Rad, Features
Speak Into My Good Eye's Top 50 Albums Of 2014

Speak Into My Good Eye’s Top 50 Albums Of 2014

2014; civil unrest, missing planes, Syria, Ukraine, ISIS. There was plenty of anxiety provoking stories and events that dominated not only headlines, but artistic culture at large. The call and response game of where we’ve been and where we’re headed [...]

December 31, 2014 Features