“There’s the argument that great bands let awesome songs slip into non-album b-side status for the benefit of the true fans who will seek them out and hold them close,” Walter Schreifels says of his band’s new non-album track.
Depression and depersonalization have historically set the stage for Planning for Burial’s idiosyncratic fusion of metal, slowcore, shoegaze, post-rock, and drone, something Wasluck calls “Gloom,” but the project’s third album, Below the House, offers a more vulnerable demonstration of its creator’s psyche…
John Nolan releasing ACLU benefit comp ft. Taking Back Sunday, Walter Schreifels, Brendan Kelly, more
‘Music for Everyone’ features rare or unreleased music by Taking Back Sunday, Walter Schreifels, Brendan Kelley, Dave Hause, Chris Farren, Potty Mouth, Allison Weiss, Anthony Green, Fran Iero, Anti-Flag, and more.
Of all the people I admire for their varied contributions to the arts, it dudn’t get any better’dn Mr. Dave Hill. Everything this guy touches turns to gold and I suspect he’s probably the envy of all his peers. Mr. Hill is an established and integral part of the international stand up comedy community. He not […]
The Quicksand/Gorilla Biscuits/Youth of Today/etc member has had a very busy year. To cap it off, here’s his 11 favorite albums of 2016 with commentary.
The tour will be more of their “Corruption Wrecked My Life” shows featuring songs from their early-’90s shoegaze period.
Most of Dead Heavens’ tour is on the West Coast with Strokes side project CRX, but there’s also a headlining Brooklyn show.
Vanishing Life (Walter Schreifels) releasing debut LP & touring; Dead Heavens & Nothing opening for Frank Iero
Vanishing Life’s tour hits NYC for a show with Sierra Kays’ new band Neaux.