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April 2016

Prince, Remembered. #RIP

Photo credit: Scott Penner

Early today, TMZ reported that Prince Rogers Nelson, most commonly known only as Prince, had died. We take a moment to remember his career and his legacy. Continue reading “Prince, Remembered. #RIP”


Introducing: MOTHXR

Photo credit: Rodrigo Díaz

MOTHXR is a Brooklyn-based band with a big future ahead. Their debut album, Centerfold (Kitsuné, 2016), is already making waves in both sides of the pond, having scheduled tour dates both in Europe and the US supporting bands like The Neighbourhood and Poliça, as well as being featured in festivals in Mexico City, Sacramento and Dallas. Continue reading “Introducing: MOTHXR”

AOTW: Explosions In The Sky – The Wilderness

After a long 5 year absence, Explosions In The Sky released a new album. That’s not to say they’ve not been busy. From 2013 through 2015, they worked on motion picture soundtracks for Prince Avalanche (2013), Lone Survivor (2014) and Manglehorn (2015). Continue reading “AOTW: Explosions In The Sky – The Wilderness”

TOTD: Madeon – Home

Madeon‘s debut LP, Adventure, is a feel-good electro-indie party for your ears. Granted, it has its flaws – name one flawless debut LP -, but it also has some major anthems hidden within.
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OK, so, Accidents (previously known as Kar Accidents) is not a new band. At all. César Cossio, vocalist, guitarist and songwriter, has been playing under the pseudonym Siempre Me Dejas for quite a while. He was also the lead guitarist in the semi-successful Mexican power pop outfit Insite
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Album of the Week: Deftones – Gore

After a long 4 year wait, Deftones are finally back with a new studio album. Gore has the tough task of following 2012’s wonderful Koi No Yokan, winner of the 2013 Revolver Magazine Album of the Year and, more importantly, of keeping Deftones’s almost 30 year-long career alive and kicking. Continue reading “Album of the Week: Deftones – Gore”

Track Of The Day: Jack + Eliza – Hold The Line

If The Shins and Best Coast hooked up one night, and got pregnant, Jack + Eliza‘s Hold The Line would be their love child. Continue reading “Track Of The Day: Jack + Eliza – Hold The Line”

O’Brother’s Endless Light left us speechless

Atlanta has been home to some of my favorite entertainment: Mastodon, Manchester Orchestra, Injected, Collective Soul and The Walking Dead. The five-piece O’Brother now joins this elite. Ever since I watched them play L.A. in 2012, I was hooked.

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Canvas (CNVS) are a four-piece indie rock band from Queretaro, in Mexico. In a country where quality indie music is few and far between, CNVS stands strong thanks to the long career of their members. Although they are a young band, their members have been active musicians for more than a decade.
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