Archive for April 1st, 2016

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Director John Carpenter streams sequel to ‘Lost Themes’

Film director John Carpenter (Halloween, They Live, The Thing) is streaming his latest solo album, Lost Themes II (via NPR Music), and it stays true to his horror persona. Lost Themes II is the follow-up to last year’s first solo effort, Lost Themes, in which Carpenter recorded with contributions from his son Cody and composer […]

UTG PREMIERE: Two O’clock Courage – ‘Missalette’

Today, UTG is elated to bring you Two O’clock Courage‘s infectious new LP, Missalette, a full week ahead of its official April 8 release. Get in on the action after the break and let us know what you think in the comments section. Speaking on the Los Angeles punks’ latest offering, vocalist James Davidson shares: […]

REVIEW: Polyenso’s ‘Pure In The Plastic’ is purely impressive

Artist: Polyenso Album: Pure In The Plastic Label: Dog Radio, Tone Tree Music Genre: Indie Rock, R&B What’s your favorite piece of visual art? Maybe a Van Gogh painting? What about an intricate, modern art sculpture? It could be an award-winning film or a specific portrayal of Swan Lake or Les Miserables. Whatever it may […]

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Ramsey’s self-produced dark-pop is irresistible

Los Angeles trip-hop/pop artist Ramsey is on a tremendous rise; one we regret to have not been aware of until just recently. Ramsey’s current collection of tracks on Soundcloud contains some of the best material we’ve heard this year. It’s moody, visceral, expertly crafted, and unforgettably affecting. With several of the tracks nearing 200k plays […]

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061180’s ‘The Dream Of A God’ is creepy in tone and theme

Alabama noisemaker John Parnell creates under the moniker of 061180, an experimental project shrouded in ambiguity. With a full title like The Dream of a God, I Must Go and Live.., …or stay and die, Obscenity Leads to Depravity, it’s clear that there’s a lot of ambition involved with Parnell’s newest musical undertaking. Pair that […]