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The Areola Treat are a close-knit band of punk rockers from the small country of Malta. For those of you not up on your geography it’s right here – off the coast of Italy in the Mediterranean sea.
For those of you into what the kids are calling “stoner rock” then you’ve herd of Kyuss. When the band broke up in 95′ the lead guitarist and main song writer Josh Homme went onto make a little band called Queens of the Stone Age. The singer John Garcia went onto make a band called […]
While stumbling through Old City Philadelphia, freshly filled up on cheese steaks we came across what from the distant looked & sounded like a full band rocking on the sidewalk. Living in cities will get you use to see street performers but when we got close what we saw was a guy with a crazy […]
Everyone has a couple of those bands that they grew up listening to that your not sure how you found out about them or how you ended up with the mp3s or why only you and a couple of your friends remember them. Totally Radd!! is one of those bands. Blending monophonic NES sounds with […]
You know those burnt out musicians that are always like”…I like live to play music, it’s like all I do man.” Well for this robot it’s whole life actually does consists of finding stuff to make music on. With a set of ‘eyes’ mounted in front the robot, it seeks out objects, rolls over to […]
Been working on some music but need some brains behind it? Add some science to what your doing with these sonified data samples from the Large Hadron Collider! The whatty watten? Ok so lets back up, the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) is the worlds largest particle accelerator that resides in a tunnel, 27km in circumference, […]
If you don’t like Wu-Tang then your probably a prick. For those of you that aren’t stupid pricks there is a bunch of jams you have to get into. First off is WUGAZI, a mashup project between Fugazi and Wu-Tang facilitated by Cecil Otter (Doomtree, Rebel Yellow)
Walsh has a new album with a really chill early 90s electro feel to it that makes it a necessary for the low, distant, ghetto blasters on the beach. They are on a pretty unique emerging label called Dracula Horse that describes themselves as a “SUPER AMAZING COMPUTER INTERNET LABEL.”
There is a brave new world of instruments hitting the scene that are becoming less and less recognizable as instruments. One of the newest is the Arc by the same people that made the Monome. The Arc is ultra-high resolution optical rotary encoders with push buttons to be technical, but are really so much more. […]
guilty people “3 Dreams of Black” is a music video of the future. Utilizing the most modern web technologies like WebGL in modern browsers like Google Chrome (not flash), the music video for Rome – Black has transformed from a video into an experience. Not only can you interact with the video as your watching […]
Scatter the Ashes was a post hardcoreishh, Joy Divisionishh, Refusedishh band who’s debut album Devout/The Modern Hymn on Epitaph Records was dropped in 2004. They had a atmospheric spacey heavy sound kinda like a gun fight in fog. They we’re working on there sophomore full length when the band broke up with two of the […]
Tyler Jackson In the middle of one of the not-so-nice parts of York City, in an old converted garage known as Skid Row Garage, the whole Hawthorne Heights tour package from the United Scenes of America Tour played Tuesday night. The switch of venue from Allentown to York happened the night before the show and […]